Karen Campbell is a former police officer turned best selling author. Come along to Dennistoun Library, 2a Craigpark, G31 2NA on Thursday 22nd November at 6:30pm and hear how she got into writing and what inspired her latest novel, ‘Rise’.
This is a free event. There is no need to book a ticket, it is drop in.
And don’t forget to pick up your free copy of Rebel at Dennistoun Library, or any other Glasgow Library.
Other Book Week Scotland events at neighbouring libraries:
- Bridgeton Library (6pm, Thursday 22nd November): The Benny Lynch Story – Local historian Peter Mortimer will bring the story of Glasgow’s Benny Lynch to life in an informative and entertaining evening at Bridgeton Library.
- Parkhead Library (1:30pm, Wednesday 21st November): Glasgow’s Rebels – City Archivist, Dr Irene O’Brien, will give an insight into Glasgow’s rebel past through material from our collections, including The Story of the Red Clydeside.
- GoMA Library (6pm, Thursday 22nd November): Graeme Macrae – One of Scotland’s brightest literary talents, Graeme will discuss his novels and share his experiences of the writing process.
Other Free Dennistoun Library Events
- Bounce and Rhyme (1pm, every Friday): A fun activity for parents, carers and children 2 or under with action songs, rhymes and stories that help children’s literacy and numeracy and are a great way for parents and carers to brush up on their nursery rhymes!
- Toddlers Tales (10:30am, every Friday): A fun, interactive, activity for parents, carers and children aged 3-5 years to enjoy together giving them the opportunity to enjoy physical play and help the child build vocabulary and knowledge.
Also at Dennistoun Library
- Glasgow Libraries are working with Macmillan Cancer Support to provide Information & Support Services in your community. If you’re affected by cancer you may want to know there’s someone you can turn to for help. Someone who can help find answers to your questions, whatever they may be. There is a drop in session at Dennistoun Library every Monday from 12:30 to 4:30pm.