Tales for you to travel by
READERS in Frome have got the chance to take part in the South West libraries reading passport initiative this summer.
All Somerset libraries are taking part in the regional scheme and inviting people to take a reading journey with the help of authors who have either lived in or written about the area.
Each page of the passport will have a list of six authors from the various library services in the South West. There will also be longer lists of suggested authors displayed in libraries.
The aim is to promote the wide range of fiction and non-fiction that has come out of the region and give people some new reading ideas.
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There is a tear-out page in the passport for recommendations of a favourite book. Each review handed in before September 30 will be entered into a prize draw in Somerset to win a selection of signed copies of books by county-based authors – one prize for 12 to 15 year olds and one for over 16s.
Authors who have contributed prize books so far include Sue Purkiss, Michael Malaghan, Kate Maryon, Charlie Higson and David Gatward, Gavin Extence and John Payne.
For more information visit www.librarieswest.org.uk.