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Delighted to see from our partner in Japan that the Waverley real cloth tartan notebooks are featured this month in ‘Onkul’, a Japanese fashion magazine. ‘Onkul’ is produced by the hit Japanese mag ‘Fudge’ (it's bigger than Vogue or Elle in Japan).
Sue Reid Sexton will be at the South Side Festival on Tuesday 16th May 5.30pm – 7pm at Blether Cafe, 49 Sinclair Drive, Glasgow G42 9PR
'Saving your sanity: how to use your campervan as a creative space and escape hatch. A book event about travelling solo in a tiny van and in life, about staying creative against all odds, the don’ts and dos in campervans, the dangers of campervan dopamine and how not to be scared in the dark. Want a campervan? Just do it. You know you want to.'
Sue is author of ‘Writing on the Road: Campervan Love and the Joy of Solitude’, and the novels ‘Mavis’s Shoe’ and ‘Rue End Street’. There is a charge on the door £3 to help pay hire of the space. Please join us for an inspirational event.
This recipe for haggis, should you wish to make it at home, is reproduced from The Glasgow Cookery Book by kind permission of the copyright holder, Glasgow Caledonian University.
Delighted to announce Waverley Scotland and real cloth tartan notebooks will be represented by our managing agent in Germany, Dinu Popa, at the Leipzig Book Fair:
Sue Reid Sexton appears at the Dundee Womens Festival on Thursday 15th March 2018 from 6 – 7pm, in her event: “Writing on the Road: staying happy and creative in a campervan - book event with Sue Reid Sexton – ‘Writing on the Road: Campervan love and the joy of solitude’ ”
Place & booking in: Please contact Central Library, Dundee to book a free space on 01382 431500
Sue Reid Sexton travels solo in a tiny campervan and uses it as a creative space and general escape hatch. For a day or weeks at a time, she disappears up glens and over mountains to write novels. ‘Writing on the Road’ is about these flights, but it’s also a travel journal, a guide to living in the moment, to coping when your marriage unravels and staying creative against all odds, campervan don’ts and dos, and how not to be scared in the dark.
“Sue Reid Sexton speaks with a courage and humour that shine through this inspirational, honest and moving story. “ – The Sunday Post