Inverurie’s second World of Words festival is underway with a great week of events, including how to write a crime story in an hour. Family history drop-in sessions, childrens rhyme times, a Philosophy Cafe and a bookbinding craft session. It’s all going on in the library
We had a lovely afternoon on Saturday with historical mystery writer Shona MacLean, and still to come, authors Paul Smith, James Oswald and Bill Kirton
If you missed Shona on Saturday, then do come to our Readers Day in Fraserburgh on the 28th. September and meet her there.
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