Lin’s Yorkshire Book Tour September 2013


Part of the story in Goodbye, Henrietta Street is in North Yorkshire around the Whitby area.  If you would like to join me for my Yorkshire Book Tour at the following venues I would be delighted to meet with you.

Saturday 7 September Guisborough Book Shop, Chaloner Street, Guisborough, Cleveland from 10.30am.

10 September Whitby Library, behind Whitby rail station between 2 and 4pm

12 September Duke of York pub next to Henrietta Street in Whitby from 11am – come and have lunch with the author and get your signed copy.

13 September Saltburn Library, Saltburn by the Sea, Cleveland from 1.30pm.

 Later on, I shall be touring parts of The Netherlands for the British expats and  Dutch people who love to read English romance.

28 September English Bookshop Amsterdam for a casual evening with like-minded friends. I will be book signing, but the shop is interesting and deserves a visit.

Coming soon in The Netherlands

3rd November at The Irish Cottage pub.  A wonderful place to sit and relax and listen to the Irish session music on a Sunday afternoon. Have your lunch and they do make the most excellent fish and chips!  See you there for a book signing session and a chat with the author.

If you wish to contact me in advance to say you would like to come to any of these venues then please leave a comment and I will reply.



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3 responses to “Lin’s Yorkshire Book Tour September 2013

  1. Book signing events in pubs?? Why has no one suggested this to me yet?
    Brilliant idea!!

  2. This is pub No 5! I did three on Scilly – they are great places to socialise and meet the author’s followers for lunch. I got most of my sales from the pubs.

  3. kimatsafkhet

    Reblogged this on Safkhet Publishing.

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