Cheltenham Literary Festival
An evening with Téa Obreht
We are delighted to welcome the Orange Prize-winning author Téa Obreht to talk about her first novel since 'The Tiger’s Wife' which went on to become an international bestseller.
In Conversation with Patricia Cornwell
Patricia Cornwell, the queen of forensic crime writing, will be discussing her new Kay Scarpetta novel, 'Chaos', at the University of Leicester.
Richard Ayoade - Ayoade on Top Book Signing
Blackwell's are delighted to announce that we will be joined by comedian, director and writer, Richard Ayoade, who will be signing his new book, 'Ayoade on Top'.
Neil deGrasse Tyson: Letters From an Astrophysicist
He is the world’s most beloved scientist – an inspiration for all who seek understanding, meaning and truth in the vastness of the cosmos.
Hallowe'en Eve at Heffers with Laura Purcell & Ruth Ware
Laura Purcell and Ruth Ware will be at Heffers in conversation on Halloween Eve.
Meet Debbie Harry
Waterstones Piccadilly is delighted to welcome the legendary music icon Debbie Harry to celebrate 'Face It: A Memoir'.
An evening with Jonathan Van Ness
The breakout star of Netflix phenomenon Queer Eye, Jonathan van Ness will be discussing the relevant, raw and rambunctious memoir, 'Over the Top'.
An Evening With Joanna Cannon
Joanna Cannon will be discussing and signing her memoir 'Breaking and Mending'.
Steal As Much As You Can: Nathalie Olah in conversation with Luke Turner
Nathalie Olah sits down with author and co-founder of The Quietus, Luke Turner (Out of the Woods) to talk about her new book.
An Evening with Stephen Chbosky in Bath
'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' author returns with the new novel 'Imaginary Friend'.
An evening of folk horror with Lucie McKnight Hardy & Andrew Michael Hurley
Blackwell's Manchester are delighted to be hosting a special evening of folk horror with Lucie McKnight Hardy and Andrew Michael Hurley.
An Evening with Garth Nix and V. E. Schwab
Come along and hear all about Garth Nix's 'Angel Mage and the second volume in V. E. Schwab's graphic novel series of 'The Steel Prince'.
Paul Tremblay in conversation with Rosie Fletcher
The brilliant Paul Tremblay joins us for an evening of conversation with Den of Geek's Rosie Fletcher.
Patti Smith comes to Brighton
Patti Smith presents her new memoir 'Year of the Monkey' at this very special event.
An evening with Katy Brand in Waterstones Sauchiehall St
We are very pleased to welcome Katy Brand with a talk and signing in store for her new book 'I Carried a Watermelon: Dirty Dancing and Me'.
Olivia Gatwood: Life of the Party in Bristol
Join internationally renowned poet Olivia Gatwood for an exclusive Bristol event celebrating the publication of her new collection 'Life of The Party'.
An Evening with Nicci French
We are thrilled to welcome Nicci French to St Peter's Church, Ely, for a chat about their latest book, 'The Lying Room', their first standalone thriller in 10 years!
Martina Cole signing No Mercy
Come and meet the Queen of Crime writing Martina Cole! Martina will be signing her forthcoming book, 'No Mercy'.
Dark Stories and Disturbing Tales - Emily Koch, Jane Corry, Jane Shemilt & Melanie Golding
Emily Koch, Jane Shemilt, Melanie Golding and Jane Corry discuss the art of writing and why psychological suspense is so popular in these troubled times
Crime and Wine: Lucy Foley and C.L Taylor.
We're thrilled that the wonderful debut author Lucy Foley, author of the bestselling 'The Hunting Party' and award-winning C. L. Taylor will be joining us for Crime and Wine.
An Evening with S. J. I. Holliday and M. J. Cross
Join us for an evening of 'Train Noir' with authors S. J. I. Holliday and M. J. Cross.
Mark McCrum - Writing a Whodunnit
Mark McCrum will tell us how to write a whodunnit and talk about his books.
Returning to Other Worlds with Sibéal Pounder, Hilary McKay, Amy Wilson and Robin Stevens
Our panel of bestselling middle grade authors have all chosen to return to familiar stories, places and characters, which were first created by other writers.
Meet Lisa Thompson
Join us in store to meet one of our favourite authors, Lisa Thompson!
An afternoon with Jacqueline Wilson
The award-winning and bestselling author will discuss her career and brand new book, 'We Are the Beaker Girls'.
Launch of The Tzar's Curious Runaways by Robin Scott-Elliot
Join us for the launch of 'The Tzar's Curious Runaways' which has been described by Clare Balding as a 'vivid and vibrant adventure celebrating difference and friendship.'
Zanib Mian: Planet Omar
Omar is an accidental trouble magnet with a huge imagination, who has to change schools when his parents decide to move house.
Sophie Anderson Signing
Come along and meet local author Sophie Anderson in store!
Helping the Planet: an afternoon with Lauren St John, Abi Elphinstone, Piers Torday and Nicolette Jones
Join us for an evening of stories and activism as beloved bestselling authors Lauren St John, Abi Elphinstone and Piers Torday discuss what they’re doing to help our planet.
A Spectacular School Trip with Liz Pichon
Bestselling author Liz Pichon is celebrating the publication of the 17th Tom Gates adventure, 'Spectacular School Trip (Really...) with an exclusive biscuit decorating event.
Michael Morpurgo: 75th Anniversary Tour
To celebrate his 75th birthday, Michael Morpurgo will be interviewed by award-winning actor and comedian, Katy Brand at The Storyhouse in Chester.
An Evening with Danny Weston and Melinda Salisbury
Join Danny Weston in conversation with Melinda Salisbury as they introduce you to the mysterious Scottish island of Inchtinn.
Bibliophile Live! Golden Hare Books’ very own podcast
Did you know Golden Hare Books has its own podcast? Come along to our very first live show!
Katy Brand: I Carried a Watermelon
We're destined to have the time of our lives with comedian and Dirty Dancing fan Katy Brand as she joins us to talk about her new book, 'I Carried A Watermelon'.
Meet Lorraine Kelly
Lorraine Kelly visits Waterstones on Princes Street to sign copies of her new book.
My Last Supper with Jay Rayner in Edinburgh
It’s your last meal on Earth. What are you going to have?
It’s the question award-winning Observer restaurant critic, MasterChef judge and writer Jay Rayner has been asked most often by audiences across the UK. It happens so often that he has decided the time had come to investigate the concept of the last supper and why it intrigues us so.
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