Some Pics From Belfast

25 Jun

Busy writing, packing and – come this weekend – moving (ugh!), so I’m just popping in to share some pics from my afternoon at the LitNetNI event ‘Way With Words’ at Belfast Book Fest on June 14th…


L-R: Alison Baverstock (@alisonbav) sharing the findings of her research into self-publishing and those that indulge in it, and moi and Andrew Moore (@agrmoore) listening intently.

Photo credit: Averill Buchanan (@averillb)


Should we have a caption competition? Note how my top matches my blog. I mean, really….

Photo credit: Averill Buchanan (@averillb)


Andrew shared a moving story about how connecting with his young readers is infinitely more fulfilling than sales.

Photo credit: Averill Buchanan (@averillb)

And the lovely Karen, who was in the audience, shared these pics on Twitter…

Were you there? Do say hi!

In other news, I am still enthusiastically tweeting my #bookadayUK pics on Twitter. Activity-wise, that’ll have to do until this book is finished…

4 Responses to “Some Pics From Belfast”

  1. karenheidirees June 25, 2014 at 12:07 #

    I’ve said it before & I’ll say it again… really inspiring day & it was great finally meeting you! Also rather chuffed to see my dodgy camera skills put to use ;) Good luck with the move x

  2. Roy Sexton (Reel Roy Reviews) June 25, 2014 at 13:33 #

    Fabulous photos! Looks like a fun event


  3. K.J. Bryen June 25, 2014 at 14:55 #

    Sounds great! I’m moving and working on a book too, so I know how crazy it can get! Good luck!

  4. thejuner July 1, 2014 at 18:05 #

    Good luck with the ugh moving!!

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