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Suffolk Libraries lines up more author events!

Suffolk Libraries, the charity which runs the library service in Suffolk, is offering even more engaging talks with top authors in the coming months. Some will be taking place online and some in libraries.

This Thursday (28 April) at 7PM, Suffolk Libraries is delighted to be chatting online to bestselling thriller writer David Baldacci who has sold over 150 million books worldwide. David Baldacci will be talking about his career so far and discussing his latest title, Dream Town. The event will also feature a Q&A with the audience.

The online event is free to join with donations to Suffolk Libraries welcome. Tickets can be booked online.

Suffolk Libraries recently relaunched its DiscoveReads programme to help people broaden their reading horizons and find exciting new reading experiences.

DiscoveReads is a reading programme launched by Suffolk Libraries in 2020. It includes a lively Facebook discussion group with nearly 600 members, and the annual promotion and programme of events focused on six books recommended by readers across Suffolk.

The authors of the selected DiscoveReads books will be visiting libraries for special events over the next few months with the next event taking place this Friday (29 April) when Max Porter, author of ‘Lanny’, will be talking at Beccles Library at 6.30PM.

Other DiscoveReads events will be taking place as follows:

Tickets are only £3 and can be booked online.

This year's chosen DiscoveReads titles, suggested by Suffolk readers, are as follows:

Following the success of this weekend’s Skulduggery in Stowmarket event, Southwold Library is again holding the ever popular Slaughter in Southwold event in June.

A weekend of talking with best-selling crime novelists including Louise Candlish, William Shaw and Rory Clements will be taking place at Southwold Arts Centre from 18 to 19 June.

Find out more about our Slaughter in Southwold.