Book Worms head to Felixstowe this weekend

This weekend its the greatly anticipated Felixstowe Book Festival organised by Meg Reid and her team. The event is a really popular one with top name authors visiting the town to give talks about their latest book. Felixstowe Book Festival exists to spread a love of reading and writing. Whether you're a bookworm, aspiring writer or occasional reader then this festival is for you! From vintage tea parties to crime fiction, bedtime stories to poetry, they have something for everyone. It's this weekend at various places around the town - that's 25th & 26th June 2016 - find out more about the Felixstowe Book Festival by the seaside by going to their website 

One of the authors is local man Edmund NIcholls who's second book is being launched this Saturday night by candlelight! His Haunted History of British Pubs will be featured from 8.30pm at His Lordships Library at the Orwell Hotel. Ed will be talking about this latest book and also his first book The Haunted History of British Theatres with candlelit tales of the ghosts he's discovered in this atmospheric room - tickets are available here