Recently I read the first chapter of my upcoming novel, MY LIFE AS A BENCH, at literary event Novel London.
Novel London, founded by novelist Safeena Chaudhry, fills a gap in London’s literary scene by providing a platform for emerging authors to read from their latest works. These readings are filmed and can be viewed on YouTube and the Novel London website.
If you’re a novelist and would like to get involved Novel London is open for submissions.
For free tickets to the next event check out the Novel London website.
This Friday I will be reading from my upcoming novel, My Life as a Bench, at Novel London.
Novel London is the brainchild of writer Safeena Chaudhry. Having been to many short story and poetry events she noticed a lack of new novels from new novelists being read on the literary scene and decided to launch a regular event where writers read out their opening chapter.
This Friday, October 7th, Novel London will be celebrating fiction from London and beyond at independent bookshop Travelling Through Bookshop & Cafe in Waterloo. There will also be readings from Ben Starling and Helena Halme, and author Stephen Marriott will be the compere. The event is free and you can register for tickets here.