Getting this in before it risks becoming an April Fool post: here is a round-up of what Crime Cymru members are up to in April.
April 3rd, Philip Gwynne Jones is exchanging Venice for Swansea, for the official launch of his new thriller The Venetian Masquerade, which will be published on April 4th.
A game of blackmail and betrayal is played among the backstreets and canals of Venice . . .
Philip will be in Taliesin Create at Swansea University for the launch, after which he’ll be giving a lecture to the MA creative writing students.
Philip will be at Waterstone’s in Swansea to sign copies of his new book on April 5th, and on April 7th, between 4 and 6pm he’ll be interviewed on Radio Wales, on the Roy Noble show.
Leslie Scase, author of Fortuna’s Deadly Shadow, is also featuring on radio. He’ll be interviewed on GTFM at 10am on April 5th.
April 4th sees the publication of B E Jones’s new thriller, Wilderland.
It’s easy to die out there. It’s easy to kill too.
We are being disgracefully lazy through the middle of the month, but busy again at the end.
An appetising session on April 28th, at noon, when Phil Rowlands and Sally Spedding will be at Llandeilo Lit Fest, discussing their work in Crime and Cocoa, in conjunction with Heavenly Chocolates.
On April 30th, at 1pm, Alison Layland will be at Wrexham Carnival of Words, to talk about her new book, Riverflow, which will published this summer.
For full details of all publications, launches, talks and signings, check our events calendar.