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Waterstone’s Literary Events for February

Wednesday February 7Wednesday February 21

£3.00 – £8.00

In celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month, on Wednesday, 7 February at 6pm, Waterstones Cambridge is hosting a fabulous panel on Queer Desire in Fiction with authors Matt Cain, Cecilia Vinesse, and C.A. Castle.

Tickets are £8 for General Admission, £5 for Waterstones Loyalty Cardholders.

This pancake day, Tuesday, 13 February at 6pm, author Lottie Hazell will be discussing her debut novel Piglet – a ferocious, propulsive and cunningly crafted debut in which learning an unexpected truth about her husband-to-be sends a woman on a hungry and searing journey of self-revelation. ion.

Tickets are £8 for General Admission, £5 for Waterstones Loyalty Cardholders.

On Thursday, 15 February at 6pm, bestselling SFF writer Samantha Shannon will be celebrating the paperback release of the engrossing prequel to the bestselling The Priory of the Orange Tree – A Day of Fallen Night .

The event is ALREADY SOLD OUT. However, a waiting list will be in effect. Tickets are £8 for General Admission, £5 for Waterstones Loyalty. Cardholders.

Bex Hogan on Tuesday, 20 February at 2pm. Bex, who lives in Cambridgeshire with her beautiful family, is celebrating the publication of her first fantasy middle grade series: Bronte Tepmestra and the Lightening Steeds.

Tickets are £3 for Admission (accompanying parent does not need a ticket). Book and Ticket options are available.

Also on Tuesday, 20 February at 6pm Waterstones Cambridge is hosting internationally bestselling author Olivie Blake. The heart shattering conclusion to the bestselling Atlas series is here! The Dark Academia phenomenon reaches a nerve-shredding climax in The Atlas Complex as betrayal and intrigue abound for the Society’s remaining recruits. The one and only Olivie Blake will be in conversation with Stephen Haskins. Dark Academia dress is encouraged.

Tickets are £8 for General Admission, £5 for Waterstones Loyalty Cardholders.

Get ready for some tantalizing historical fiction on Wednesday, 21 February. Author and award-winning journalist and travel writer Lizzie Pook celebrates the publication of Maude Horton’s Glorious Revenge – a thrilling immersive historical fiction set in macabre Victorian London.

Tickets are £8 for General Admission, £5 for Waterstones Loyalty Cardholders,

For info and tickets go to  events.cambridge@Waterstones.com


Wednesday February 7
Wednesday February 21
£3.00 – £8.00
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