With almost 5,000 members, UK Crime Book Club is one of the country's largest book clubs in any genre.
Voted as one of the club's top ten favourite crime authors, David Videcette will be talking about his Detective Inspector Jake Flannagan thriller series based on real events and all aspects of crime fighting and crime writing. There will be prizes and giveaways for the best questions, so do come along and join in the fun.
For the online event link, click here.
Not a member of UK Crime Book Club, but would like an invitation to take part? Drop David an email at: Events@DavidVidecette.com
WHEN: 3.30pm on Sunday, 10th September 2017
WHERE: Curly Coo Bar, 51 Barnton St, Stirling FK8 1HH
As part of Bloody Scotland, David Videcette will be appearing on the Indie Authors panel to talk about life as a crime fighter turned crime writer, all aspects of the writing and publishing industry, and his new thriller The Detriment set against the backdrop of the 2007 Glasgow Airport attack.
David will be in conversation with Alan Jones, author of Bloq, and Alison Baillie-Taylor, author of Sewing the Shadows Together.
The panel will be hosted by crime fiction expert, Sharon Bairden of Chapter In My Life blog.
This is a free event full of writing and publishing tips, from people who've been there and done it. If you're an aspiring author, but don't know where or how to start, this is the perfect event for you.
The panel will cover writing, marketing, social media, writing a series vs. standalones, cover design and brand building.
Learn more about Bloody Scotland. Visit the official website by clicking here.
Best-selling thriller writer, David Videcette (ex-Scotland Yard detective), talks about his detective series based on true events. "He can't tell you the truth, but he can tell you a story..."
The Theseus Paradox is "a stunning police thriller based on London's summer of terror!"
The second annual Deal Noir Crime Fiction convention taking place in Deal, Kent, features best-selling authors speaking on crime fiction in all its forms.
12.35 'May The Force Be With You' Discussion Panel.
Crime fighters turned crime writers: David Videcette will be in conversation with Lisa Cutts, Michael Fowler and Matt Johnson about how their careers have influenced their writing. Moderated by William Horwood.
WHERE: The Landmark Centre - 129 High Street, Deal CT14 6BB, United Kingdom - View Map
For tickets, CLICK HERE
For the full programme and more info, CLICK HERE
For a map of the location, CLICK HERE
'BLOODY BRIGHTON' - This summer's hottest, free, crime-fiction event!
With over one million books sold, David Videcette will be in conversation with six other, major British crime writers, including Alan McDermott, Alex Shaw, Stephen Edger, Paul Grzegorzek, Charlie Flowers and William Shaw.
Get your hands on a signed copy of THE THESEUS PARADOX, chat about detective work and discuss crime writing with a panel of experts.
Don't miss it!
(This is a free event and no ticket is required, please be aware that due to overwhelming demand, the venue may curtail numbers and initiate a first come-first served policy. The authors taking part in this event reserve the right to charge for signed copies of their paperback novels.)
UK Crime Book Club will be hosting an online event for readers and fans of The Theseus Paradox to chat to David Videcette about his books and life as a crime fighter turned crime writer.
Come along, post a question, and you could win a selection of goodies in some fun giveaways!
Join us for a panel discussion on the plans to memorialise 7/7 at Tavistock Square and the possible consequences of these plans for the square’s other memorial traces and markers. The panel brings together some of those who were first on the scene and later investigated the bombing with those responsible for the recent memorial campaign and a number of academics working in the field of memory studies.
The event participants include:
Philip Nelson: Chair of the 7/7 Tavistock Square Memorial Trust
Alex Marshall: 7/7 Witness
David Videcette: Former 7/7 Scotland Yard Investigator and Crime Novelist
Silke Arnold de Simine: Reader in Memory, Media and Cultural Studies at Birkbeck University
Gabriel Koureas: Senior Lecturer in Visual and Material Culture at Birkbeck University
Andrew Smith: Teaching Fellow in History at University College London
Katia Pizzi: Director of the Centre for the Study of Cultural Memory at the School of Advanced Study
Samuel Merrill: Visiting Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Cultural Memory at the School of Advanced Study
WHERE: Birkbeck, University of London - The Keynes Library 46 Gordon Square, London , United Kingdom - View Map
For more information and to book your free place, CLICK HERE