Come and join five authors of the paranormal, crime, horror, and young adult fantasy for a blockbusting Halloween book giveaway event, running from 18th October to 1st November 2015.
Chandler’s Ford based author, Richard Hardie, invites young readers to join him and four of his fellow authors for a special Halloween celebration.
Richard, Gina Dickerson, Shani Struthers, Sarah England, and Catriona King write horror, detective and some very creepy fantasy books, ideal for the lead up to Halloween.
The Facebook event – A Lucky Dip – Halloween Giveaways! – starts on 18th October and ends on 1st November 2015.
There will be lots of prizes, including free copies of all the authors’ books, quizzes and spooky stories for everyone to enjoy.
What’s the rule?
The only rule is that no one can hide behind the sofa.
You can join the fun and games by going to the event page on Facebook – A Lucky Dip – Halloween Giveaways!, and help spread the word.
Dare you enter the Scary Dip?
Meet Richard Hardie at Chandler’s Ford Library on Thursday, 29th October
Don’t forget Richard Hardie’s book signing and talks at Chandler’s Ford Library during the half term.
Chandler’s Ford author Richard Hardie will be signing copies of his Young Adult novels, Leap of Faith and Trouble With Swords, at Chandler’s Ford Library.
Richard Hardie will be hosting two sessions on Thursday, 29th October. The first one will be between 10.30 and 12 noon and is called Let’s Write A Book. This session is aimed at 10 to 12 year olds.
After a break for a well earned lunch, the second session is at 2 to 3.30 p.m. and called So You Want to Be an Author? This is aimed at 12 to 14 years old.
About Richard Hardie
Richard started writing Young Adult novels while flying on multiple business trips. His Temporal Detective Agency series comprises Leap of Faith and Trouble With Swords. Richard hopes to write more for the series and maintains Young Adults can be of (almost) any age to enjoy his books.
Richard was also a Scout Leader for 15 years and some of his main characters were developed during his time writing for the local Gang Shows.
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