EVENTS AT BRDERS
FRIDAY I2TH APRIL 4PM 8. 6PM & SATURDAY I3 APRIL IOAM
CO-ACTIVE COACHING COURSE
Join the CTI Community at one oI their hour workshops to learn more abOut co-active coaching. Ideal for businesses or people in a coaching role. FREE.
SUNDAY I4TH APRIL 2PM
Up and coming Iunk band perform an acoustic, unplugged set.
TUESDAY 23RD APRIL ALL DAY
STUDENT DISCOUNT DAY
?0% off books, CD's, DVD's and Videos Ior students.
SATURDAY 27TH APRIL I IAM
DEEP SEA WORLD
Visit by Deep Sea World. Guaranteed to excite kids oI all ages ab0ut everything under the sea!
Art classes Ior everyone with Lynda Frame providing hints and tips Ior all mediums.
Rock your world with Our prolessional guitar teacher Gordon Ballour. Just bring a Guitar.
MONDAY 20TH MAY 7PM
Bestselling Crime Navelist, Martina Cole in conversation and signing copies at her latest book ’FACELESS'.
THURSDAY I ITH APRIL 7PM
LAST MAN DOWN
Battalion Commander Richard Picciotto ol the New York Fire Department will be discussing his book Last Man Dawn. This is the Iireman's story, in which Picciotto recounts his survival of the collapse oI Tower’I ol the World Trade Centre.
In association with Strathclyde Fire Brigade.
THURSDAY I8TH APRIL 7PM
lsla Dewar will be discussing her new book THE WOMAN WHO PAINTED HER DREAMS with Rosemary Goring of The Herald. Dewar’s combination of brilliant characterisatiOn, beautifully evoked landscapes and incisive humour is honed to its finest in this new navel.
TUESDAY 23RD APRIL I2.3OPM
TV's ever-popular chel will be at Borders to sign copies oI his new book LOW FAT MEALS IN MINUTES.
THURSDAY 25TH APRIL 7PM
The celebrated author at Armadillo discusses his new novel ANY HUMAN HEART the story of one man’s erratic progress through the 20th century. Told through the intimate iournal entries the book's hero Logan Mountstuart, Any Human Heart spans every decade at the last century in all its fantastic and humdrum, dangerous and tranquil, tragic and humorous aspects.
WEDNESDAY IST MAY 7PM
One of science Iiction's Iastest rising stars will be at Borders to talk about his new book THE SCAR. The winner of last year’s Arthur C Clarke Award, China Mieville will be appearing as part of the Borders Science Fiction/Fantasy Discussion group. This event is open to everyone.
THURSDAY 2ND MAY 7PM
The author ol the heartbreaking After You'd Gone will be reading Irom her new book MY LOVER'S LOVER. With the sensuality, passion and emotional acuteness that characterised her debut, Maggie O'Farrell has written a grip- ping exploration ol the ambivalence at the heart of human relationships.
TUESDAY I4TH MAY 7PM
The bestselling author oI Stalingrad will be in conversation with Alan Taylor oI the Sunday Herald to discuss his new book BERLIN.
BOOKS, MUSIC, VIDEO, AND A CAFE
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OPENING HOURS: MONDAY TO SATURDAY 9AM TO IOPM SUNDAY IOAM TO 8PM
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OPENING HOURS: MONDAY TO SATURDAY 8.30AM TO I0.30PM SUNDAY IOAM TO 9PM
TUESDAY 23RD APRIL
STUDENT DISCOUNT DAY
70% oII books, Cl)s, videos, I.)Vl)s and Papercliase items on presentation oI valid student II).
Oller does not in( lude newspapers, magazines, ECCs or book tokens. Not to be used in (()IIIUII( tion with any other otler.