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Hythe Late Summer Market – Authors to Showcase Their Latest Work!

by | Sep 22, 2020 | Event Information

We are delighted to announce that 14 authors will be attending the Hythe Late Summer Market to showcase their latest work. All of the authors will be based in open sided gazebos with tables spread apart for social distancing. This is a great opportunity for those who love a great read to chat directly with plenty of interesting writers and purchase signed copies of their books. Come along and find out more about the motivations behind some fantastic creative work.

Below is a selection of the authors you can expect to find on Holman’s Field this weekend plus the titles they will be bringing. We have listed the days they will be with us, but please note that these may be subject to variation.

Friday 25th September

  • DA Kent – Dateline Haifa
  • Mark Brophy – The Princes’ Parade
  • Emma Rosen – Lily the Limpet Gets Lost and Milk
  • Emma Batten – A range of historical fiction set on Romney Marsh
  • Paul Robinson – Charlie series (Children’s historical fiction)
  • Diana Darke – (morning only until 1pm) – Stealing from the Saracens, How Islamic Architecture shaped Europe, The Last Sanctuary in Aleppo, My House in Damascus
  • John Mchugo – (morning only until 1pm) – A Concise History of the Arabs and Syria
  • Lynzi Heartfield – Homecoming on the Marsh
  • Jo Bavington-Jones – Lucy Shaw romantic fiction books

Saturday 26th September

  • DA Kent – Dateline Haifa
  • Joy Gerken – Time’s Pendulum Swings Again
  • Emma Rosen – Lily the Limpet and Milk – afternoon only
  • Emma Batten – A range of historical fiction based on Romney Marsh
  • Paul Robinson – Charlie series (Children’s historical fiction)
  • Jana Chatters – Goodbye Comrades
  • Lynzi Heartfield – Homecoming on the Marsh
  • Diana Darke – (morning only) – Stealing from the Saracens, How Islamic Architecture shaped Europe, The Last Sanctuary in Aleppo, My House in Damascus
  • John Mchugo – (morning only) – A Concise History of the Arabs and Syria
  • Jo Bavington-Jones – Lucy Shaw romantic fiction books

Sunday 27th September

  • DA Kent – Dateline Haifa
  • Rosie Wilby – Is Monogamy Dead?
  • Colette Kebell – Arbitrage, The Retail Therapist, I don’t do Mondays
  • Emma Rosen – Lily the Limpet Gets Lost and Milk
  • Paul Robinson – Charlie series (Children’s historical fiction)
  • Jo Bavington-Jones – Lucy Shaw romantic fiction books

Hythe Books for Change will also be with us over the course of the weekend chatting about their work within the local community. They will be running a raffle to raise money for books to go into local primary and secondary schools.