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I shall be signing at the UK Indie Literary Festival Bradford, West Yorkshire 23rd July 2016 along with amazing fellow indie authors – self-publishing rocks! It’s a FREE event so come along!

Amanda Green UK Indie Lit Fest 2016

Amanda Green UK Indie Lit Fest 2016

I cannot begin to tell you how lucky I feel to be exhibiting my books at the UK Indie Literary Festival, Bradford on 23rd July! It has been organised over the last year and half but I got my place just a few days ago due to the sad announcement that a fellow author could no longer go.

I have checked out all the other Indie authors going (30 of us), and there really is something for everyone with a huge range of genres, plus readings and workshops and skype appearances and chats with Worldwide authors too!

I am so impressed, I have written a list below of all attending authors and their genres, so you can see why it will be so worth your while to come. And if that wasn’t enough, the event is FREE entry, due to donations from individuals, Cillian Press, who kindly donated, Follow This Publishing, Gillari Books, Mightier Than the Sword UK, Eventispress and The Graphics Shed, as well as key authors attending the event. It was set up by D M Singh, author of YA Gothic and Fantasy and CEO of Follow This Publishing. It is the first event of its kind.

So, here’s the official website for the event – CLICK HERE TO OPEN IN A NEW WINDOW

It is totally FREE but you can register yourself as coming on Eventbrite – CLICK HERE TO OPEN THE LINK IN A NEW WINDOW

Twitter @UKIndieLitFest1



Attending authors

  1. Claire McBride – Romance/New Adult
  2. Irene Lofthouse – children’s ‘spooky’ stories
  3. S. Woolley – Fantasy & Crime plus Children’s
  4. Jason Pinnington – childrens
  5. JG Clay Horror/Dark Fiction/Science Fiction
  6. Glynn Holloway – historical
  7. D M Singh – gothic, folk, fairy tales, YA
  8. Joe Eastwood – young adult, poetry, fantasy, thriller, and even romance
  9. Joe Kipling – young adult
  10. Laura Morgan – romantic suspense and new adult
  11. Steven A Burgess – Heroic Fantasy and Science Fiction
  12. Rose English – short stories
  13. K S Marsden – Fantasy/adventure
  14. Diana Jackson- historical fiction and crime
  15. Alex Brightsmith – thrillers, fantasy and flash fiction
  16. Alex Mellanby – young adult, adventure/mystery
  17. Michael Wombat – Mixed fiction
  18. Joshua Sutton – science fiction/fantasy
  19. Maria Gibbs – Romance, paranormal, psychological thriller
  20. Rachel Cotterill – fantasy
  21. Felicity Snowden – Occult, horror, mystery, historical
  22. Elizabeth Haley-Woods – fantasy, urban, erotica
  23. Victoria Kinnaird – LGBT YA paranormal romance, LGBT YA contemporary romance
  24. Jessica Rhodes – contemporary fiction
  25. Chris Turnbull – science fiction, fantasy, gothic
  26. Victoria Howard – romantic suspense
  27. Roger Barton – southern history
  28. Steven M Caddy – Sci-fi/YA
  29. Claire Colley – women’s contemporary fiction
  30. Amanda Green – memoirs, mental health, self-help books, short stories, gritty drama


Hope to see you there! 🙂

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