z 01 WORLD BOOK DAY
As part of Edinburgh Waterstone's celebration of World Book Day, we will be hosting various author events for schools, throughout the day. Please ask in-store for promotions/events that are open to the public.
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MACALLAN MASTERCLASS WITH ALAN SPENCE
6pm. The Masterclass is your opportunity to learn differ— ent aspects of writing from people who have been pub— lished to high acclaim. Alan has had work published from across the genres - short stories, poetry, plays, novels and has a great wealth of experience to share with us all. Tickets Free.
ANGELA BEST A Change for the Best
6pm. Ex-wife of footballer George Best who started up her own highly successful exercise business in California. Here to discuss the knowledge she has gained through a lifetime of working with the rich and famous to show
women that the second half of their lives can be better than
the'first. Tickets Free.
GUY COOPER and GORDON TAYLOR The Curious Gardeners
7pm. Guy Cooper and Gordon Taylor are two of the most original and entertaining BBC presenters to hit our Screens in many a year. Passionate about gardening, outspoken in their views. Guy and Gordon look at some of the most grand and some of the most eccentric gardens Britain has to offer. Tickets Free.
Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
The Cat Mummy and The Dare Game
2pm. Bestselling children's author Jacqueline Wilson will be here to sign copies of her brand new book 'The Cat Mummy' [Doubleday £10.99] and the paperback release of 'The Dare Game' [Doubleday £9.99]. Signing only.
George Street, Edinburgh
83 George Street
GAVIN BELL Somewhere Over The Rainbow
7pm. Local travel author reads from his new novel, which is a compelling portrait of a country in search of an identity Tickets Free.
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SCOTTISH BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR MARCH The Fanatic
7pm, Our regular Tarot reader, Mikhael, will be giving an informative talk on the intriguing world of the Tarot, and will offer advice to anyone from a complete novice to expe- rienced Tarot readers.
INTERNATIONAL PEN SCOTTISH CENTRE presents 'Men Reading Women Speakeasy'
7pm. To mark International Women's Day, we are delight- ed to welcome some of the best male authors around to read the words of their favourite female authors. Join Edwin Morgan, James Robertson, Chris Dolan, Tom Bryan and Matthew Fitt for a night of poetry, song and story from the best women's writing past and present.
TRACY-EDWARDS at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
1pm. The captain of the all-women Whitbread Round the World Cup sailing crew will discuss her new autobiography. Tickets are available only from the Concert Hall.
7pm. The award winning author joms us to celebrate the publication of his latest work 'Thmks...’
Two distant and turbulent periods in Scottish History [the late seventeenth century and pre-referendum 1997] ravel fascinatingly together as one of the players on an
Edinburgh ghost tour becomes obsessed with the real life character he is portray-
intensly personal level. Price £4.99
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