Another fun-packed day in store! You’ll be getting used to thing now I expect, but if you’re new or unfamiliar, remember that the way to get the most from the Festival experience is to click the MAIN event TABS and read them first before you dive into the DropDown menus (updated daily) Today our Dropdown Features will be as follows:
11.15 Mr McStoryteller Brendan Gisby makes his first appearance at the festival with his short story The Race
At 12.30 Join the festival’s Doyenne of Crime Chris Longmuir for a writer’s piece. Chris will also be hosting a twitter chat between 12.45 (once you’ve had a chance to read her piece) and 3pm. To take part you need to use @ChrisLongmuir and #edebookfest in the tweet to make sure you arrive in the right part of the twitterverse.
3pm We change tone from Crime to Romance as the work of Janice Horton is peer reviewed at Writers Reviewing Writers (Auld Lums)
5pm @the Festival brings you indie publisher Wordarts. Find out about the brainchild of Catherine Czerkawska and her reason for going ‘indie.’
7pm We link with the Indie Ebook Review site for a review of Alternative Dimension by Jack LeFebre
8pm – stay with IEBR and browse the site across all the categories. We have six months of indie reviews for you to explore.
9pm – Our poet in residence Dan Holloway brings you tonight’s poem: ‘We Were Making Fairytales’
We hope you enjoy today’s festival features and don’t forget to browse around and catch up on earlier features you may have missed. It’s all free and still available once the ‘event’ has happened. So no excuse to miss out then. See you again tomorrow.