#UKIndieLitFest take-over, Sunday 26 May at 7pm – be there! #giveaways #HistoricalFiction

Now that all the submissions for ‘Right Trusty and Well Beloved…’ are safely gathered in (bar one or two possibly…I’m not so strict that I can’t extend the deadline a little  ), my thoughts are turning to my next event (mainly to distract me from the very difficult process of selecting the pieces for inclusion…)
Next Sunday evening 26 May from 7pm BST, I’ll be hosting a one-hour take-over of the Indie Lit Fest social group in advance of attending the festival on 27 July this year – and it would be lovely to see some of my WordPress, Twitter and Facebook friends and fellow authors there!

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It’ll be on the first anniversary of my first virtual launch – of ‘The King’s Man’ – and I’ll be celebrating that anniversary – and another very important anniversary from some 30 years ago…more about that on the day.

There will be competitions, giveaways and general chat. So why not come along and see what’s going on – even if you can’t make it to the festival itself in July!

I’ll be taking the liberty of inviting a few friends along to join the group in advance, as you have to be a member to participate – so please don’t be surprised at any invitations you might receive! Of course, you don’t have to wait to be invited… 
Hope to see you there 😃🐗📚🖋🍾

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A Ricardian since a teenager, and following stints as an archaeologist and in publishing, Alex now lives and works in King Richard’s own country, not far from his beloved York and Middleham
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