Friday, 5 January 2018

Crime at the Castle


Do you read crime novels?  Do you fancy trying your hand at writing a crime novel?

If the answer to either of those questions is “YES” then Crime at the Castle is a must.

You have a chance to hear the very best Scottish crime writers as they tell you how it is done in a series of talks and writer’s workshops in what must be one of the most inspirational venues imaginable. 

Glamis castle is holding its very first crime writers festival in the castle on Saturday the 24th February 2018.  This is the only crime writer’s festival in Angus-our very first. 

Speaking are a veritable who’s who of the Scottish Crime writing world. These include

Alex Gray, Caro Ramsey, Caroline Dunford, Chris Brookmyre, Chris Longmuir, Craig Robertson, Denise Mina, Douglas Skelton, Frank Muir, Jackie Mclean, Lin Anderson, Michael J Malone, Sandra Ireland, Shona MacLean, Val McDermid and Wendy H. Jones.

As an “all in” day, you will have a chance to hear 4 speakers (or 3 speakers and a writer’s workshop), meet the writers at book signings in between sessions AND we are offering lunch in our restaurant as part of the “all in” day.

The total cost of this extraordinary opportunity is £55.00.

We have a limited number of tickets and interest is keen. Book your tickets soon to avoid disappointment.

Here’s how it works:

Below you will find a link to the list of the speakers, the time of their session and the number of tickets available.  You must book 4 sessions-one in each time slot (or 3 and a workshop).  Lunch is provided in the middle of the day along with book signing opportunities and tea breaks.

Please phone 01307 840393 and a member of the Glamis Team will assist you with your booking. Once you have registered your authors and timeslots we will request your payment of £55.00 by credit/debit card and  any dietary requirements for your lunch. We will send you a “ticket” either by post or email which will confirm the sessions and lunch time.  Bring the ticket with you on the day.

This promises to be a wonderful day for anybody who likes writing or reading crime.  Come and join us at what promises to be a very exciting day.


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