The first ever Bromley Literary Festival is underway!
The brainchild of local brother and sister Ali and Leila Dewji, it’s designed to appeal to readers and would-be readers of all ages. With Bromley Library as the main venue, it’s also a way of demonstrating the central role that libraries play in their local communities. Between 15th June and 10th July there’ll be something for everyone - history, crime, comedy and ROMANCE.
25th June is the big day for romance and three Choc Lit authors are taking part. Whether you’re a reader, a writer or a romantic, here are just THREE reasons to come and join us at Bromley Library:
- Christina Courtenay and Sue Moorcroft are giving a Romantic Heroes Workshop from 11.45 until 12.45. Christina and Sue will show how they create their irresistible heroes in this lively workshop - and you can have a go at making your own! (Ticket required.)
- Juliet Archer is appearing on the Ladies Who Love Panel from 2.00 to 3.15, along with Dorothy Koomson and Victoria Fox – your chance to ask us what we do and how we do it! (Ticket required.)
- It’s the ideal opportunity to buy signed copies of our books!
Other events include a FREE self-publishing masterclass, and ‘Impromance’, where Exquisite Folly Theatre will create a romantic interlude inspired by whatever props and ideas the audience gives them.
For more information and tickets, go to www.bromleylitfest.co.uk or phone 0208 249 7474