Monday, 11 October 2021

Revealing the secrets of succesful crime writing

 

Saturday 13 November 2021 - Portsmouth Library 10.30am -12.00


 

Crime author Pauline Rowson will be revealing the secrets of successful crime writing and talking about her fictional sleuths at Portsmouth Central Library on Saturday 13 November between 10.30am and 12 noon. Her talk will be followed by a book signing. All proceeds to the Read Easy Charity. Read Easy UK is a national charity which provides free, confidential one-to-one reading coaching for adults from trained volunteers, through locally-run, affiliated volunteer groups.

Tickets £5.00

To book a place e mail:  portsmouthadmin@readeasy.org.uk



Crime author Pauline Rowson provides a fascinating insight into the world of crime writing. She talks about the secrets of successful crime writing; how she plots, researches and writes her internationally acclaimed mystery novels; and the inspiration behind her fictional sleuths - DI Andy Horton (15), Art Marvik (4) and her 1950 set Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Ryga (3) 

Pauline is a very entertaining, inspiring and much-in-demand speaker. She gives talks to many organisations, including U3As, Womens Institutes, Probus Clubs, charities, retirement associations, libraries and others.



If you would like to book Pauline Rowson to give a talk to your organisation, or at your library then please Contact Us.

 

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