Evesham Library welcomes authors to mark World Book Night

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EVESHAM Library will be celebrating World Book Night with visits from two Midlands based authors next month.

On Wednesday, April 23, the library in Oat Street, Evesham, will be welcoming the hugely successful Birmingham based author Annie Murray.

The author of books including the Woman of Lilac Street and Chocolate Girl will be at the library from 2.30pm to 3.30pm, selling books, talking to the audience and answering questions.

Tickets will be £3 per person and this will include a drink.

In the evening, between 7.30pm to 8.30pm, Worcestershire based author Lindsay Stanberry-Flynn will be at the library.

Her second book is currently available from several libraries around the county and people can come in to see her for just £2.

All tickets are available to purchase from the library now and seats are limited.

For more information visit worcestershire.gov.uk/libraries or call 01905 822722.

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