Little Quakes Every Day Launch with live illustration from Chris Riddell

It’s finally time to announce the details for my online launch for Little Quakes Every Day on 20th November, and I’ll be joined by some very special guests indeed…

Little Quakes Every Day by Caroline Hardaker

Hosted online by Northern Writers Studio, from 7.30pm UK time we’ll be chatting about the book and writing in general, before being joined by guest readers Jo Brandon and Russell Jones (both of whom write some pretty special stuff) to share some of our poetry.

And then, INCREDIBLY, we’ll be joined by award-winning illustrator and author Chris Riddell OBE as he live illustrates poems as they’re read from my new collection! How amazing is that? Not long ago, I blogged about Chris’ illustrations around my poetry, so I literally couldn’t be more thrilled to have him join us! How lucky am I? It’s going to be so, so lovely.

The whole thing is free to attend and will stream via Zoom. I always get nervous for these things, but I’m biting the bullet and having a go! And I’m so lucky to have such amazing, talented, and wonderful guests to join me. Will you be joining us too? I hope so!

Book your free ticket via Eventbrite here to join us on 20th November from 19:30 – 20:30 GMT for an hour of poetry, live illustration, and chat. It’d be lovely to see you there!

C.x

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