After lunch the author gave an interesting and moving talk to a full house about the book, which was followed by questions and answers on this subject which affects so many of our lives.
Many thanks to author, publisher and pub for a successful and enjoyable event.
Atkinson-Pryce was delighted to welcome this award-winning author to Biggar. "A beautiful, deeply charged story about love and memory, about modern war and the complications of fact". Saturday 7th February 2015 A literary lunch with Sally Magnusson, author of "Where Memories Go".
What a delightful event with a fascinating and engaging author. Journalist, broadcaster and author Sally Magnusson, and publisher Lisa Highton from Two Roads joined us for an excellent lunch in the newly refurbished function suite at the Elphinstone Hotel for the launch of the paperback edition of "Where Memories Go: Why Dementia Changes Everything".
Training Your Puppy is published by Merlin Unwin Books at £9.99. Tuesday 17th February 2015 An evening with Andrew O' Hagan at the Elphinstone Hotel to launch his new novel "The Illuminations".
visited Biggar Library to give a reading and illustration workshop.
Creator of Augustus the tiger, Harris the hare, Solomon the crocodile and Abigail the giraffe among many other adorable characters, Catherine enthralled a crowd of enthusiastic youngsters on Saturday 6th December.
A huge thanks to our panel: Anthony Bowers, Helen Mc Alpine, Hazel Gourlay and Robin Laing, but especially to our illustrious chairman, David Bishop and his glamorous assistant Alison.
All profit from ticket sales will be shared between Friends of the Corn Exchange and the Campaign to Save the Public Toilets.