Win two tickets to the Buckingham Literary Festival 2019 along with the following books:
Victoria Hislop – Those Who Are Loved
Louis de Bernières – So Much Life Left Over
Conn Iggulden – Falcon of Sparta
Christopher Lee – Carrington: An Honourable Man
Fanny Blake – An Italian Summer
The Festival, which this year takes place from Thursday 13th June to Sunday 16th June, will bring a fascinating mix of talks, discussions and entertainment to the beautiful market town of Buckingham.
There will be a host of entertaining and thought-provoking events from bestselling international authors to exciting new voices and talented local writers.
Best-selling author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, Louis de Bernieres, will be appearing to talk about his latest novel So Much Life Left Over, a family drama set in the years following the First World War.
Nick Hewer, former PR man, advisor to Lord Sugar on BBC1’s The Apprentice and current host of Countdown, will also be appearing at the festival discussing his memoir My Alphabet: A life from A to Z.
Conn Iggulden will be talking about his latest blockbuster, The Falcon of Sparta, which draws on one of history’s most epic stories of adventure set in the world of the Ancient Greeks, Persians and Spartans.
The audience will have the opportunity to question the authors, meet them in person and get their books signed.
For tickets please visit www.bucklitfest.org/events-at-a-glance/
For information on additional authors please visit www.bucklitfest.org/our-authors/
Events will be held throughout the town at venues including the Villiers Hotel, the Radcliffe Centre, Buckingham Library and the new Vinson Building.
Christopher Woodhead, co-founder of Buckingham Literary Festival, said:
‘Over the past three years, The Buckingham Literary Festival has become one of the highlights of the summer, attracting visitors from across the county and beyond. We’ll also have a range of activities taking place in schools and will be holding events aimed at aspiring authors and theatre buffs.’
The Buckingham Literary Festival is a not-for-profit, community interest company run by a small team of volunteers.