I lived there for seven years and my last Middle Grade mystery "The Shiver Stone" is set on this coastline.
Tenby is a delightful, picturesque
Early on the gloriously sunny Saturday morning we met up with sixteen other authors and began setting up in the church hall. It was a
colourful affair - tables stacked with books from many different genres ensured
a variety of covers, posters and banners. Sci-Fi nudged shoulders with
Romance, Poetry cosied up to family sagas and thrillers nestled next to local
From the minute the doors opened people flooded in. The warm weather ensured that the town was bustling with tourists and locals and many of them came to browse, buy books and engage with the authors.
Midway there were poetry readings and then Janet Thomas of Firefly Press and I handed out prizes to the winners of the “my
essay - a competition held in conjunction with local schools.
The event was professionally filmed by showboat tv – and there’s a short video here if you fancy a peep: https://www.facebook.com/showboattv/videos/503015573209148
The Tenby Book Fair was a great success - it was buzzing and busy and there was plenty of good-
humoured camaraderie. I thoroughly enjoyed my day and I’ve already signed up
for next year.