Narberth Book Fair

Saturday, 23 September 2017 - Presented by: The Queens Hall

The Book Fair was established by author Judith Barrow in 2013. Over the years it has flourished into a highly successful event with an increasing amount of authors eager to participate. As a result of this, we now require the use of a bigger venue and more hours and so we have found the ideal home in the Queen's Hall in Narberth. This venue provides us with a copious amount of space for book stalls, talks and workshops.

The book fair offers a showcase for indie publishers and authors from Wales and further afield. This year, we are expecting a record-breaking amount of authors to attend, participate, sign and sell their books. This event will feature books from all genres.

Additionally, there will be a programme brimming of talks, readings and workshops in the spacious balcony room upstairs (access by stairs and by lift).

This years book fair will feature a special children's corner, a cosy area to sit and listen to stories read by some of our children's authors.

For anyone seeking refreshments, Sospan Fach cafe will be open (and there are many other places to eat and drink in Narberth). Entry to the book fair is free.

Participating Authors:

-Alex Martin - family sagas, thrillers, supernatural

-Alys Einion - contemporary fiction

-Angela Fish - children's books

-Carol Lovekin - writes ghost stories with a hint of magic

-Catherine Marshall - contemporary and psychological crime

-Cheryl Rees-Price - crime, paranormal

-Christoph Fischer - contemporary, historical and thrillers

-Colin Parsons – writes science fiction, steam punk and fantasy novels.

-Dave Lewis - thrillers, travel

-David Jeremiah - non-fiction 

-Geoff Lewis - memoir

-Graham Watkins -  writes about Welsh legends and historical fiction

-Greg Howes - Gothic/Historical/Mystery/Suspense Fiction

-Halo Quin - magic, non-fiction

-Hugh Roberts - short stories

-Jackie Biggs - poetry

-James Morgan-Jones - supernatural

-Jan Newton - detective crime

-Jo Hammond - non-fiction, biographies, history

-John Thompson - contemporary fiction

-Judith Arnopp - writes historical fiction set in the Tudor period

-Judith Barrow- Family Sagas.

-Julie McGowan - historical, romance, short stories

-Juliet Greenwood - romance, historical

-Kate MacCormack - Psychological Drama

-Kate Murray - mystery, horror, short stories

-Katy Wateva - children's books

-Lisa Shambrook - writes in Contemporary Young Adult genre, moving into Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy

-Lynne Benton - children's books

-Owen Jones - thrillers, paranormal, non-fiction

-Phil Carradice - novelist and historian

-Rebecca Bryn -writes mystery, historical and dystopian thrillers

-Sally Spedding -  noir crime

-Sarada Thompson - Indian tales

-Sarah Jane Butfield - writes non-fiction in the form of her travel and nursing memoirs and author self-help guides

-Sharon Tregenza - children's books

-Thorne Moore - psychological crime, short stories

-Tracey Warr - historical novels

-Wendy Steele - magical realism, non-fiction

-Wendy White - children's books, contemporary fiction    


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