Tune in to Hannah’s Bookshelf, Saturday 29th May, 2-4pm

“Join me on Saturday at 2pm on North Manchester FM for more NewsReviews and Short Interviews on Hannah’s Bookshelf. Here’s what’s coming up on this week’s show…” writes presenter Hannah Kate.

A review of a new book by Christopher Mooney I’ll be reviewing Whisky for Breakfast, the debut short story collection from Christopher Mooney (out now from Bridge House Publishing)” adds Hannah.

An interview with Caroline Kelly about the upcoming Festival of Libraries Caroline Kelly is the Creative Producer of Manchester City of Literature‘s Festival of Libraries, taking place across Greater Manchester on 9th-13th June this year. I’ll be talking to Caroline about what’s coming up at the festival and finding out more about this project”.

A review of a history book by Stephen Carver I’ll be talking about The Author Who Outsold Dickens: The Life and Work of W.H. Ainsworth (out now from Pen and Sword Press)”.

“And What Are You Reading?… the section of the show where I ask writers about the books they’re reading at the moment. This week I’ve got another selection of reviews and recommendations. And if you’re a writer who’d like to take part, check out this post with details of how to join in!”

“Plus… you can hear my round-up of news from the World of Words. If you’ve got a news story you’d like to share, please use the News Form to submit it to the show. For review requests, please get in touch via the Contact Form“.

Catch Hannah’s Bookshelf on Saturday at 2pm on 106.6FM (if you’re in the North Manchester area) or listen online (if you’re further afield).

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