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UK Indie Lit Fest 2019


Rose English and Maria Gibbs are among thirty published authors attending the UK Indie Lit Fest 2019.

Also Rainne from the wonderful blog Rainne Ramblings writes:

‘So excited to be attending the UK Indie Lit Fest FREE #BookEvent once again this year.’

These are just three of the supportive folks I’ve ‘met’ on the internet who you can all meet in person at this exciting Lit Fest. I believe it is the third year that it has been held.

The event is free and is

to be held in Kala Sangam Bradford

on Saturday 27th July 2019

I’m afraid I can’t be there this year but hope to rejoin next year.  Best of luck everyone and have a Fab Day!

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UK Indie Lit Festival ~ 23rd July 2016

ukiNDIElITFESTThis exciting event will be held on 23rd July this year in:

St James Hall

Bolton Road


Click on this link for a video which gives you a snapshot of the participating authors and their novels.

You can link up on twitter too which will give you up to the minute information about the event:


Although the event is free you do need a ticket to attend. Here’s the link where you can book your ticket on line to give the organisers an idea of number attending :

For Free Tickets Click Here

In my next posts I will begin to introduce you to the inspiration behind this event Dawn Singh and some of the participating authors.


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UK Indie Lit Fest 2016

In the next couple of months I will be writing several posts about this exciting summer writing event to be held in July.

Individual writers and authors from small indie press are travelling from all over the country to be at the first festival of this kind in the UK. (as far as I know)

The best place to keep in touch and find out more information is on their

Facebook page

but there’s lots of information about participating authors and the rationale behind the event on their website

It is free but you do need a ticket to attend. My next post will give more details and share some links of contributing authors.

Watch this space!


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