EVENTS

Storytelling requires an audience. That audience can consist of one or of many. From time to time, the opportunity arises to share stories directly with that audience, be it reading to a child at bedtime or to an audience of strangers at international book festivals…


An excerpt from Remember To Forget Me as part of Story Shop 2015 – Edinburgh International Book Festival 2015


EIBF 2016

A reading of Remember To Forget Me as part of UNESCO’s Story Shop 10th Anniversary – Edinburgh International Book Festival 2016.

ALICE READ-A-THON

Taking part in the Alice in Wonderland READ-A-THON in support of the Children’s Giving Tree, celebrating 150 of Lewis Carroll’s classic at Blackwell’s, Edinburgh, 2015.

(Photo credit: Olga Wojtas)

EIBF 2015

Reading Remember To Forget Me as part of UNESCO’s Story Shop event in the Spiegeltent – Edinburgh International Book Festival 2015.

EIBF 2015

Author’s Reception for UNESCO City of Literature’s Story Shop at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2015. Lanyard makes it official – AUTHOR!

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