A venue fit for a king! It was a fantastic evening, they had arranged it all perfectly. I am gobsmacked and over the moon all at once!
— H.M. Castor, Author

Let’s talk about Mental Health  - Meet the authors Sarah Windrum & Jenny Wren-Patrick

Wednesday 13th November, 7pm at Warwick Books


Join authors Sarah Windrum & Jenny Wren-Patrick as they discuss mental health and present their books:  

‘The Superhero I was born to be’ by Sarah Windrum who believes that everyone can be a Superhero. In this personal development book she talks about discovering her own superpower and learning to harness and use it.

‘Mending Broken Lives’. After suffering years of anxiety and abuse, Jenny Wren-Patrick was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. And while learning about her condition helped to explain a lot of her confusion and mood swings, her consultant psychiatrist advised her to take another step forward and start to write down her life’s story. Mending Broken Lives is the result, and for Jenny, writing it has unlocked many memories both good and bad, helping her to deal with the things she had buried deep down. With the right support and understanding, there is light at the end of this long black tunnel. 

Tickets £5 including refreshments

Booking essential on Ticket Source or at Warwick Books 01926 499939 info@warwickbooks.net

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The House of Grey: Friends and Foes of Kings - Meet the author Melita Thomas

Wednesday 20th November, 7pm at Warwick Books

The Grey family was one of mediaeval England's most important dynasties, serving the kings of England as sheriffs, barons and military leaders from the reign of William the Conqueror. In Henry IV's reign the rivalry between Owain Glyndwr and Lord Grey of Ruthyn was the backdrop to the Welsh bid to throw off English dominance. His successor Edmund Grey played a decisive role at the Battle of Northampton when he changed allegiance from Lancaster to York.

Tickets £5 including refreshments

Booking essential on Ticket Source or at Warwick Books 01926 499939 info@warwickbooks.net

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Printed Books in the Digital Age: A reading and discussion with Jonathan Simons, founding editor of offline publishing house Analog Sea.

Thursday 21st November, 7pm at Warwick Books

 

One of our favourite reasons to hit the road is hosting bookshop readings in which we introduce our offline literary journal, The Analog Sea Review, and discuss topics related to offline culture and the printed word. We want people to think more about what it means to have human librarians, booksellers, and professional writers working within a community, and what the impact of their disappearance might be. We also enjoy discussing the effects ‍of carving out offline space in our lives, and how our use of technology impacts on the way we think, dream, and create.

Analog Sea events are a fabulous way to bring together like-minded readers who value the printed word. If you want to join us to listen and discuss about these topics, please don’t forget to book your ticket.

Tickets £5 including refreshments

Booking essential on Ticket Source or at Warwick Books 01926 499939 info@warwickbooks.net

Ticket Source Link: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/warwick-books/t-ngnvnx



We are delighted to host a rich series of literary events in and around Warwick. These include our popular 'Meet the author' events. The talks usually last about an hour, followed by questions, and then there is an opportunity to meet the speaker and have a book signed. Previous authors Melvyn Bragg, Jodi Picoult, Kate Williams, Professor Edith Hall and Dr Elizabeth Goldring. These events take place across Warwick including the beautiful Lord Leycester Hospital. We also support Warwick Words Festival. Read about our previous events in our blog.

Refreshments provided by local independent businesses are served at all of our events!

Huge thanks for a fab event yesterday!
— Warwickshire Schools Library Service