Julian Norton will be launching his new book, The Diary of a Yorkshire Vet, with a signing event at the White Rose Book Cafe in Thirsk on the 22nd September. 11am to 1pm. Telephone 01845 524353.
Further events include:
Nidderdale Show: Monday, 24th September.
The Heritage Marquee, between 1:30 and 3:30pm
Waterstones Northallerton: Wednesday, September 26th, from 2pm
Claridges Helmsley: Friday, 28th September. 3pm – 4:30pm
The Devonshire Arms: Sunday, 30th September.
Book signing luncheon
Tickets are priced at £30 per person (£15 per child under 15 yrs) and this will include a two-course lunch, with a glass of wine or a soft drink, and tea or coffee to follow. Arrive at 11.45a.m for midday start. (Booking essential).
To book or for more info, please call 01756 718155
Waterstones York: Monday, 1st October. 1:30pm
Waterstones Harrogate: Wednesday, 3rd October. 6:30pm
Free Evening Talk and Book Signing.
Pre-book in the shop or telephone 01423 531 953.
Dalesman magazine have awarded Paul Dyson’s Who’s Who of Yorkshire County Cricket Club Book of the Month ….
Who’s Who of YCCC
Steam World magazine have given The Last years of North East Steam by Peter Tuffrey and London Midland Steam by Peter Tuffrey and Ben Brooksbank excellent reviews this month …
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Paul Dyson’s Who’s Who of Yorkshire County Cricket Club has received very favourable reviews from the Cricket Memorabilia Society journal and the Association of Cricket Statisticians and Historians.
The Cricket Memorabilia Society journal say it is ‘very well illustrated and a fascinating reference work.’
The Association of Cricket Statisticians and Historians say it is ‘a fine achievement.’
An excellent review of Priestley at Kissing Tree House: A Memoir by Roalie Batten, in the Mail on Sunday Event magazine on Sunday, 29th July, 2018.
Leading critic, Craig Brown gave it four stars out of five, and described it as ‘a very fine piece of writing it is too: quirky, affectionate, unassuming, honest, subtle and, perhaps above all, pin-sharp.’