New book, The Harm Tree is described as an epic new fantasy series by author Rose Edwards.
Published by UCLan, the Northern Launch of the book will take place on Wednesday 24 July between 6 and 8pm at Waterstones in Preston.
The event is being hosted by Preston Book Group who are working with UCLan Publishing and Preston Waterstones with a common goal of bringing more book-related events to Preston.
Although there’s a campus launch to celebrate with staff and students who helped publish the book.
Read more: New book that will ‘delight Game of Thrones fans’ is launching in Preston
The official launch takes place on the 24 July at Waterstones in Preston, there will be complimentary refreshments and snacks but booking is essential.
During the evening, Rose Edwards, author of The Harm Tree, will talk to Preston Book Group founder Lucy Sunderland about the book and her writing process.
Rose will then read some extracts of the book to the audience, ending with a Q&A.
Book FREE tickets to the launch on eventbrite:
Preston Book Group was founded in January 2018 as Lucy hoped to meet like-minded people who are interested in attending book talks and literature events.
Although she found other book clubs in the area, she wanted an online community as well as a social group to ensure that people could still contribute, even if they had missed a meeting.
The book group now has around 25 people regularly attending meetings, while the Facebook community has over 200 members.
Preston Book Group meet on the last Tuesday of every month at UCLan’s Harrington Building Social Space (new members are advised to check social media as time and venue occasionally change).
The group welcomes new members and is open to everyone aged 16 and above. Their next meeting takes place on 30th July, where they will be discussing, A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson.
On the 27th of August, 6pm – 7:30pm Preston Book Group will celebrate the launch of Margret Atwood’s latest book, The Testaments, a sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale. The event is at Preston Waterstones, where there will be a discussion on Atwood’s books and a quiz. There will also be refreshments available.
Free tickets and more information can be found here:
Join Preston Book Group’s on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/313532052469653/
Read more: Cold Bath Street sequel to be launched at Halloween