(Or ebook, if you’re that way inclined.) To celebrate World Book Night, we’re bringing back literary speed dating.
Broadcaster Jess Mc Guire will be your host, giving you five minutes with each potential paramour – plenty of time to talk love, life and literary predilections.
The following is a chronological list of literary works up until the 5th century AD.
Literature of the 6th to 9th centuries is covered in Early medieval literature.
First I went to the Association of American Publishers’ Children’s Author event. Hoover’s new title, is the first of a steampunk trilogy about the Septemberist Society, a secret society of monster hunters.
The Wheeler Centre’s match-making sensation is back for 2011, and as part of our Big Gay Week, this time we’re offering the chance for those same-sex inclined book lovers to find that kindred spirit.
With a plethora of exciting titles on the horizon, a quick and fun way to get the word out is through literary speed dating—the first of its kind at Annual Conference.
I had the opportunity to attend two of these whirlwind events, and they were quite the experience.
Tip: if they’re holding , you might want to avoid marriage down the track. So, ladies, don’t book as a man – unless you’re a man.
We will be flying the rainbow flag in a Literary Speed Dating event later in the year. Do tell your eligible single man friends, and next time, get in quick!