Monday, 27 February 2017

Meet the participants of the #LlandeiloBookFair / #LlandeiloLitFest: Phil Carradice

Image result for call up phil carradiceProlific and acclaimed author Phil Carradice is another new addition to our Book Fair in April. In addition to his presence there, he will also be part of the Lit Fest itself, with a reading from his newest novel "Stargazers" and an event with Judith Barrow about WW2 Fiction.

Image result for stargazers phil carradiceHere is a note from Phil about his presence at the Book Fair:
"Books I'll be bringing are 
The Call Up, Stargazers and several others.

The Call Up is adult history, a study of National Service in Britain.

Stargazers is a novel for adults/ young adults. 

Stargazers is the story of Yaniv Sharon, a 16 year old who joins the Palace Guard in an unnamed Middle Eastern country. His first job is to help escort two stargazers on a mysterious quest. It is a tale of adventure, romance and intrigue - but above all it is a "coming of age" story.

I'm proud of all my books but, as you might expect, the latest is always a favourite - in this case The Call Up and Stargazers.

Saturday April 29th at 4pm at the Fountain Fine Art Gallery
Phil Carradice reads from his new young adult novel Star Gazers
Eventbrite - Reading by Phil Carradice from his latest novel “Star Gazers”  Admission is Free Star GazersPhil Carradice reads from Star Gazers, his latest novel for young adults. In the Middle East, Yaniv yearns for adventure, so he welcomes the chance to escort some star gazers on a mysterious journey. But what are they really looking for?
Darlleniad o nofel ddiweddaraf Phil, Star Gazers, stori am daith antur llawn dirgelwch yn y Dwyrain Canol.
Eventbrite - Judith Barrow and Phil Carradice discuss the powerful influence of World War 2 on literary inspiration  £5,90 The Influence of World War II on Literary Inspiration.Authors Phil Carradice and Judith Barrow discuss their works set during the war that still has a powerful grip on our imaginations. Phil has written fiction and non-fiction books on the subject matter and Judith’s Pattern of Shadows, the first part of a trilogy, is set in the war in a Lancashire town with a POW camp.
Pam bod yr Ail Ryfel Byd yn dal ei afael mor dyn ar ein dychymyg? Mae’r ddau awdur wedi ysgrifennu yn helaeth ar y mater.

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