Sunday, 25 October 2015

Free Cleckheaton Literature Festival taster event - local author Patricia Adams-Wright book signing/paranormal evening, Thursday 29 October at Cleckheaton Library, starting at 6.30pm

The Cleckheaton Literature Festival is pleased to announce

An evening with Patricia Adams-Wright

Local author, Pat is doing a book signing and a paranormal event at the

Cleckheaton Library, Whitcliffe Road, Cleckheaton BD19 3DX

on Thursday 29th October 2015 (just before Halloween!) at 6.30pm

The event is FREE (donations for the CLF will be gratefully accepted)

Seats are limited so please contact the Cleckheaton Library to book your seat – 01274 335170.

Patricia Adams-Wright was born in Halifax, a town of West Yorkshire, in the north of England. After qualifying as a Home Economics teacher in Liverpool, she moved back to her home town where after a variety of teaching jobs and a bad accident which claimed most of her mobility, she finally began working for Her Majesty’s Inland Revenue.

Patricia has held a disabled status for many years, but running her own paranormal group helped to while away the sleepless nights, but eventually she had to retire, again due to mobility issues.

Her ambitions had always included writing a book and at the age of fifty-eight, she began her first novel, Run.

She now lives quietly on the edge of the countryside with her partner of forty-two years, Denise, her sister, Julie, furbabies Tilly and Willow and cockatiel, Scotty-Pop.

Looking forward to seeing as many of you on the 29 October 2015

Don’t forget to book your seat

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