There are four of the best authors in Scotland for you to meet at Greenwood Conference Centre on the 26th November, 9.30-3.30. They will talk about what they write and what they read. Author Keith Charters will host the event and quiz the authors about their reading influences and writing methods. The authors attending will be
North Ayrshire libraries are getting ready to celebrate Book Week Scotland from the 21st of November. There are three authors visiting in our local libraries: Ayrshire's War of the Roses with Louise Turner at Beith library 21st; Empire Antarctica: ice, silence and emperor penguins with Gavin Francis at West Kilbride library 23rd and James Oswald: crime writer and
Help us celebrate Read an ebook Day by setting up your mobile device with our ebook service, Overdrive and your library card. If you already use our ebooks, join the conversation with the hashtag #eBookLove and tell us about your favourite ebook.
Do you wear a NHS hearing aid? Did you know that Hear to Help clinics, run by Action on Hearing volunteers, run in some of our local libraries? Find out when they next visit a library near you for batteries, tubing and advice.
Look out for the Tidelines Book Festival coming to Irvine Harbourside, 23rd-25th September. There is everything from: cycling to rugby; crime to 80s rock: Scottish history to Scottish politics. Wee ones and their families can enjoy the storytelling cook, Mrs Mash, and adults can enjoy a Christopher Brookmyre dramatisation. Tickets are available from the Harbour Arts Centre or Ticketweb.