Seven unmissable book events this autumn!

This autumn is full of brilliant book events, including Claire Barker, Raynor Winn, Todd Gray and Miriam Darlington at the shop and many more as part of Exeter Festivals. With so much going on we've done a brief round-up for you here; hope to see you!


Animal Antics!

Thursday 25th October 1 - 2.30pm at CCB

Half term fun for 7-11 year olds!
Learn to draw cartoon animals with illustrator Kev Payne.
Event details

£8/child, booking essential

Meet the author - Claire Barker

Saturday 27th October 1pm

Claire Barker (author of Knitbone Pepper) will be at CCB with her new book Picklewitch & Jack.
Suitable for ages 7 - 11.

Free event, all welcome!

Exetreme Imagination

This year's festival is from Saturday 20th to Saturday 27th October at various locations around Exeter.

Full brochure here.
Some events are free and most (but not all) need to be booked to ensure a place.
You can book here.

Choosing to Walk - Raynor Winn

Thursday 8th November 7.30pm at CCB

We are delighted to be hosting Raynor Winn to talk about her highly acclaimed debut, The Salt Path, shortlisted for the 2018 Wainwright Book Prize.

We asked Raynor: What book changed your life? Read her answer here.

Tickets £3 (redeemable against book purchase)
Event details ~ donation bar

Exeter Literary Festival 2018

Friday 16th - Sunday 18th November

Over 25 events with well-known authors, new writers and guest speakers taking place at locations all around Exeter.

More details.

Not One of Us - Todd Gray

Saturday 1st December 4.30pm at CCB

Join us for mulled wine, mince pies and an illustrated talk with Exeter historian Todd Gray about his fascinating new book, Not One of Us.

More details here, tickets £3

Owl Sense: The thrills and spills of international owl watching

Thursday 6th December 7.30pm at CCB

We are delighted to be hosting Miriam Darlington: avid bird-watcher, expert owl-finder, and top otter-spotter. Her first book, Otter Country, was published in 2012.
Owl Sense (2018) was a BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week.

Tickets £3 (redeemable against book purchase)
Event details ~ donation bar