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Louise Beech Author in Residence 2020 Louise Beech Author in Residence 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Author in Residence 2020

Louise Beech once bet her mum ten pounds that she’d be published by thirty – her first newspaper piece was published at thirty-one. But it took many years, many rejections, and four novels to finally get a book deal in 2015. Her debut, How to be Brave, got to No4 on Amazon and was a Guardian Readers’ Pick; Maria in the Moon was described as ‘quirky, darkly comic and heartfelt’ by the Sunday Mirror; The Lion Tamer Who Lost shortlisted for the Popular Romantic Novel of 2019 at the RNA Awards and longlisted for the Polari Prize 2019; Call Me Star Girl longlisted for the Guardian’s Not The Booker Prize and was Best magazine’s Best Book of the Year 2019; and I Am Dust was a Crime Monthly Pick. Louise still hasn’t given her mum the tenner.

 

 

I Am Dust - The Big Read 2020 I Am Dust - The Big Read 2020

 

Welcome to the Festival of Words 'Big Read 2020'

This year we are delighted to have local author Louise Beech as our 'Author in Residence.'

Her latest book 'I Am Dust' will be the East Riding's 'Big Read' 2020.

Read the book and on Thursday October 15 from 7 - 8 pm you can join in the online conversation with Louise and Radio Humberside presenter Fiona Mills who will be talking about 'I Am Dust,' books and all things writing!

Find out how Louise got started, where her ideas come from and what she is working on next.

'I Am Dust' is availabe to read as a book, EBook or EAudio book.

You can reserve a copy HERE!

'When iconic musical Dust is revived twenty years after the leading actress was murdered in her dressing room, a series of eerie events haunts the new cast, in a bewitching, beguiling and terrifyingly dark psychological thriller....'