It’s a get-together!

It pains me to admit that I can’t attend the Bromley Literature Festival this week, because they’re hosting a day perfect for all Chick Lit and Wine lovers: Saturday, June 25th is “Ladies Who Love Day” – a day full of activities and workshops carefully designed for readers of romance and chick lit.


Even though I can’t go, I want to spread the word about all of the activities. If you’re anywhere near Bromley (in Greater London), it’s worth a look. All of the following events are at the Bromley Central Library: High St, Bromley, BR1 1EX (behind Greggs Bakery). Hall & Workshop – 4th Floor.

Romantic Heroes Workshop with expert romantic novelists Pia Fenton & Sue Moorcroft,
Saturday 25th June 12pm-1pm, Bromley library, £7.50

Have you fallen in love with your hero, yet? And what about your heroine – is he the man she can’t get
out of her mind? Are your readers going to want to spend lovely long hours enjoying his company? Join
this lively workshop to create the hero none of us can get out of our minds.

Acorn’s Self-Publishing masterclass with digital publishing successes Simon Gould & Conrad Jones,
Saturday 25th June 12:50pm-1:50pm, Bromley Library Workshop, free

This self-publishing masterclass will walk you through the basics of just what self-publishing is and how
to do it well. Simon & Conrad have self-published and sold thousands of e-books this year – find out how.

Ladies Who Love Panel Event hosted by Jenni Nock from Novelicious
Saturday 25th June, 2:00-3:15pm, Bromley Library Hall, £4

Put the lovely ladies in the hot-seat, ask them anything from how to get their reader’s pulse racing to how
they warm their hearts. Featuring: Dorothy Koomson, bestselling author of Richard & Judy bookclub
pick, My Best-friend’s Girl; Victoria Fox author of Hollywood Sinners, Julia Williams, author of The
Summer Season; and Juliet Archer, author of The Importance of Being Emma.

Saturday 25th June, 3:45pm-4:45pm, Bromley Library Hall, £5

‘Impromance’ is the new way to create the romantic novel of your dreams (or nightmare depending on the
audience suggestions). Bring us a prop, anything you like, and join our writer du jour for a literary
adventure in romance. Who knows how it will end (or start), but let us help you live happily ever after…
Let there be music…let there be love…
Brought to you by Exquisite Folly Theatre with the Musical Director of award-wining Tony Blair: The Musical

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♥ Syrah