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Sunday, November 24, 2013

Scottish Book Week - Reminder

Just a reminder, that Scottish Book Week kicks off this week - on the commonty features include:
 Book Week in Wigtown
Skylight, Crichton Writers and Southlight 14
and the Wagtongues event
But there are many more across the region, From pointy toed pyjama thieves, book making and Iron Age fiction in the west to new anthologies, story time, writers sharing their new books for children in the east, and crime writers popping up everywhere,  Dumfries and Galloway celebrates local writing talent in an amazing programme right across the region. Go to Book Week Scotland, Scottish Book Trust website, and search Dumfries and Galloway (here, we've done it for you!) - Two whole pages of events to scroll through, many of them in a local library near you. PLUS a copy of ‘Treasures’. All FREE!

Treasures is a free book for all of Scotland to share, celebrating the nation’s most loved possessions.
Available from bookshops and libraries across the nation, Treasures collects together stories and poems from the Scottish public with pieces from some of Scotland’s best-loved personalities.
The book is the culmination of a nationwide writing project, where members of the public were asked to submit their memories of their most treasured items online. You can read over three hundred stories submitted to the project in our ‘Read Stories’ section.
Over 150,000 copies of Treasures will be given out to the public during Book Week Scotland 2013. The book will be available for the duration of the week only - keep an eye out for copies around the region!

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