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Fri 6 Oct 2017 4:00pm – 5:30pm

Cheltenham Literature Festival

The Bookseller’s Associate Editor Caroline Sanderson presents three Distinctive authors for 2018 from Two Roads – a new imprint of John Murray Press. The Sealwoman’s Gift, set in 17th century Iceland, is the debut novel from Sally Magnusson, bestselling author of Where Memories Go. Twitter superstar Aaron Gillies’ The Anxiety Survival Guide is a funny, reassuring and helpful book for when your brain is your worst enemy, and Sarah Haywood introduces the prickly heroine of her sparkling debut The Cactus.

Venue
The Nook, Montpellier Gardens, Cheltenham GL50 1UL

Tickets
01242 850270 or boxoffice@cheltenhamfestivals.com

Price
£15 plus transaction fee* Ticket includes refreshments and a goody bag of limited edition proofs.

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There’s no better feeling than spotting your book as soon as you enter a bookshop in your home city. Really delighted to see The Cactus on the front table in Foyles in Birmingham (where I grew up and where much of the book is set). I love #Birmingham. I love @Foyles.

Very happy to see #TheCactus is one of @BestMagOfficial’s best books for November, in the ‘Heart-warmers’ category. Their advice is to read it if you loved a certain very popular novel