Looe literary festival


I have been invited to give a talk on The Last Great Cornish Engineer at the Looe Literary Festival in November. Looks like a great weekend. I will be at the Salutation Inn, on Saturday the 15th at 4 pm. I have been tempted with a venue of a warm log fire, and real ale, now that sounds good.

Looe is linked with some of the mines of William West; its quays used to be covered with their ore, ready for dispatch to South Wales. So, it seems a great place to give the book its first festival airing.

So, if you are in South East Cornwall that weekend, pop along to Looe and I will see you there. I have attached the running order for the weekend in this post.


I am looking forward to seeing David Barrie on the Sunday. His book ‘Sextant’ is a fascinating read for anyone with the slightest interest in Navigation.

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For those passing through Cornwall, then pop into the Liskeard Bookshop, King Edward Mine or Geevor Mine to buy a copy of my books. To buy the books on line, or download the kindle publications then visit my Amazon store to browse through my books.

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