Book and Brew takeover

Book and Brew takeover: what’s on

September is the first ever Book and Brew takeover. And it’s going to be good…

…so bloody good!

I’ve created a cracking collection of posts from guest writers that will sustain your love of books, reading and writing throughout the autumn.

So, what’s on, I hear you cry? I’m getting to that bit.

I have readers, writers, children’s authors and bloggers talking about their love of literature. I also have tips from a publishing recruiter if you’re looking to break into the industry.

Grab your diary and get these beltas on your schedule.

Takeover schedule


If you’re a reader then there’s plenty to get your teeth into. TripFiction have given me some tailor-made recommendations for my trip to Belfast later this month, and you can discover reams of inspiring books with The Reading Lists.

We’ll spend a day in the life of a book lover with the delightful Grace Olivia Parry, and come out in support of the short story as Emma Whitehall defends the tiny literary marvel.


Vic Watson will tell us about being a creative writing tutor, and share some of the tips and techniques that have worked for her band of Elementary  Writers.

We have candid tales from Catherine Hokin and Jo Worgan on their journeys to authorhood, while Jennifer Wilson talks us through the perils of finding time to write.

Book and Brew book club founding member, Rebecca Sowden, will also talk about starting to write and how you can face your fears when sharing your words with the world.


And, if that wasn’t enough, top-notch recruitment agency Atwood Tate will give you valuable advice on getting your first job in publishing. These guys know their stuff so be sure to come armed with a notepad and ambition to take the publishing world by storm.

Wow! What a month it’s going to be.

Please share your thoughts and appreciation for these guest writers by commenting on their posts.

If you’d like to get involved in future Book and Brew takeovers, then get in touch and let’s talk.

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