Talk with Debut Author, Emma Healey & the Return of #Bookpool

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Friday 4 July 1pm Central Library

Successful debut author Emma Healey is listed in The Guardian‘s top seven debut authors of 2014. Already being tipped for literary stardom, nine publishers fought for her debut novel at the London Book Fair last April. Elizabeth is Missing is her debut novel,  an inspiring novel centred around an elderly woman with dementia as she tries to track her missing friend. Keep a look out in your TV Guides as well- the rights for this fantastic book have already been sold!

All tickets £2 including refreshments

To guarantee a place at this event book your ticket through Eventbrite or pop into any Blackpool Library. 

Twitter Book Club Poster

Love the book? Why not get involved in our Twitter Book Club? Follow @bpoollibraries or #bookpool and join the conversation Thursday 3 July 8-9pm on Twitter

Like the look of this event? Have a look what else is happening at this year’s Wordpool Festival…

FULL WORDPOOL FESTIVAL PROGRAMME

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