Are you a budding author looking for a publisher or do you love reading books about history?
Gravesend author and historian Toni Mount, the historian behind many courses here on MedievalCourses.com, will join 18 other popular history authors at a unique event in central London on 24 September 2016.
Many of us have had a manuscript tucked away or perhaps have aspired to writing a book. Having written several successful non-fiction books, the innovative international publishers MadeGlobal gave Toni the chance to publish her first novel, The Colour of Poison, earlier this year, as well as creating her popular online courses here on www.medievalcourses.com - now studied by students around the world. Toni's next novel, The Colour of Dried Blood, also to be published by MadeGlobal, will be out later this year.
Meet the Authors
Now MadeGlobal are coming to London and holding their first "meet the author event" on 24th September. The event is open to the public who, as well as being able to meet the publisher and CEO Tim Ridgway, will meet nineteen of their authors from around the world; authors, bloggers and novelists from Australia, the United States and Europe, together our own home grown talent such as Amy Licence (medievalist from Canterbury), Melanie V. Taylor & Conor Byrne from Surrey. Toni Mount will also be available to talk about history and writing books.
There will be discussion panels for specific questions: Claire Ridgway is a leading authority on Anne Boleyn and the author of many Tudor books, Beth Von Staats from the USA has just given a paper at Yale on the Tudors and Mel Taylor will be answering questions on medieval and early modern art.
Discuss your book with successful authors and a publisher
However, if you want to talk to any of the MadeGlobal team about publishing your book, or how you go about getting started in writing as a career, or a hobby, come along on the evening of 24th September. It's an unmissable opportunity. The Venue is at UCL, Malet Street, London.
Refreshments are available, together with live period music and artefacts from The Mary Rose. You can talk about the lifting of the ship and the brand new museum with Tudor historian and Mary Rose specialist Phil Roberts. Any profits from the evening will go to The Mary Rose Trust.
Guests can follow the link to book tickets - from just £10. Not bad for an evening that may make you a published author.
I look forward to seeing you on 24th September, but book early, tickets are selling fast