Virtual launch of ‘Right Trusty and Well Beloved…’ -charity anthology inspired by #RichardIII

I’m delighted to announce that ‘Right Trusty and Well Beloved…‘, the new anthology of short stories and poems inspired by King Richard III, to be sold in support of Scoliosis Association UK, will be officially launched on Facebook next Sunday 3rd November between 3 and 7 pm GMT.

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A gaggle of authors will be hosting the event – do come along and show your support! There will be chat and debate, competitions and giveaways – something for everyone, just like the stories and poems in the book! Do sign up at the ‘event’ page as ‘going’ or ‘interested’ and you’ll be sent a reminder to come along on the day. Please invite any friends who may also be interested and share the event in any groups you may belong to!
The book itself will be available as an ebook and paperback from Friday 1st November via Amazon at mybook.to/RightTrusty (or direct from me).
And the previous anthology is of course still available at mybook.to/GrantMetheCarving

And don’t forget, if you’re in the area, a bricks-and-mortar launch event will be held at York’s central library, York Explore, on Saturday 14 December from 2 pm. Six of the contributors will be attending for talks, readings, Q&As and book signings – ideal for picking up a few Christmas presents!

Loyalty binds us! 😃🐗📚

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Alex Marchant is author of two books telling the story of the real King Richard III for children aged 10+, The Order of the White Boaand The King’s Man, and editor of Grant Me the Carving of My Name, an anthology of short fiction inspired by the king, sold in support of Scoliosis Association UK (SAUK). A further anthology, Right Trusty and Well Beloved…, will be published on 1 November…

Alex’s books can be found on Amazon at:

myBook.to/WhiteBoar

mybook.to/TheKingsMan

mybook.to/GrantMetheCarving

mybook.to/RightTrusty 

My Facebook author page 

My Twitter handle  and Matthew Wansford’s

About alexmarchantblog

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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