I’m meeting with:
At Coventry Phoenix Rotary Club on Wednesday 30th November, 2016, 7.30 pm. Rotarians welcome.
WE’RE TALKING MURDER!
DEAD keen on books?
Talk by local crime and thriller writer
At Oldbury Library (near Birmingham)
Monday, 14th July 2014, 2.00 pm
For readers, for writers, for everyone!
In new DCI MATT PROCTOR crime series novel ‘IN IT FOR THE MONEY’, Brum/Black Country cop Proctor investigates murder, match and spot fixing – and he needs to ‘fix’ his personal life!
Writing West Midlands-Digbeth, Birmingham
‘The Writers’ Toolkit’
Panel Member – ‘Self-Publishing, Self-Promotion’
Saturday, 17th November, 2012
Birmingham Breakfast Rotary Club
Friday, 5th October, 2012
‘Smartfest’ Stourbridge Festival
Fri., 10th August 2012
Stourbridge Rotary Club
1.00pm, Wed., 1st August 2012
Bridge Radio (Stourbridge)
interview –2.00pm, Fri., 27th July 2012
Dudley Library – Crime Writers’s Panel
Sat., 30th June 2012
Dudley Crime Readers – Dudley library
Sunday, 13th May 2012 1.00pm
Birmingham – West Heath Library Book club
Tuesday, 13th March 2012, 10.30am
Kinver Library Reading Group
Tuesday, 8th November, 2011 10.30 am
Lye Library Readers
Wed., 28th September, 2011, 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Kinver Library Open event
Tuesday, 2nd August 2011,10.30 am
Halesowen Library Reading Group
Friday, 15th July, 2011, 10.30am – 11.30 am
Tom Bryson can talk about novel writing,
publishing his crime/thriller novels as
print and e-books, read short extracts
Would your group/organisation like a talk?
‘E-books vs Print – Friends or Foes?’
MISSED IT? – Listen here to the radio broadcast –
audio link below
Bridgnorth Music and Arts Festival
Thursday, 1st September 2011 (11am TO 12.30pm)
Tom Bryson presented and chaired a discussion on the
changes facing publishers, writers and readers in the digital
age. He shared his own journey from writing his crime/thriller
novels TOO SMART TO DIE and SARCOPHAGUS to publishing
them as e-books on amazonkindle and as print books on
Lulu.com. He also read short extracts from his book.
If your group/organisation would like a similar discussion
please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org