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Fulham Library still has some tickets available for a Mills & Boon Workshop, taking place on Monday September 26, from 6pm -7.30 pm
Mills & Boon authors are running writing workshops as part of programme to find a new author.
For more information and bookings please email clare.edgson@lbhf.gov.uk

Meg Gardiner, author of the Evan Delaney novels, is coming to Hammersmith Library on Tuesday September 27, from 6.30pm -7.30 pm. For more information and to book tickets contact clare.edgson@lbhf.gov.uk or telephone 020 8753 3812/3823

Change of date: Misha Glenny is visiting on Monday October 3, from 7pm - 8pm (with doors open at 6.30pm).

Misha talks about his new book Dark Market-CyberThieves, CyberCops and You (published on September 15 by Bodley Head). In his talk, Misha investigates the dangers of living online and explores the question: "Have we become complacent about our personal security?"

Misha Glenny is a journalist and historian, and the author of the Sunday Times bestseller McMafia: Seriously Organised Crime. He is regularly consulted by the US and European governments on major policy issues. Foyles at Westfield are pleased to be the bookseller for this event and will be offering £3 off the RRP of the book on the evening.
For more information and to book tickets contact elin.jones@lbhf.gov.uk  or telephone 0208 753 3812/3823

Louise Levene is coming to Fulham Library Thursday October 13 from 6.30pm - 7.30 pm (with doors open at 6.00pm).

Louise Levene reads from her latest book Ghastly Business (published July 2011, Bloomsbury). ‘It is a deliciously wicked, witty tale of villainy, scandal, sex and science’. Louise is also the author of A Vision of Loveliness, a BBC Book at Bedtime. She is a columnist for The Sunday Telegraph and lives in London with her husband and two children. For more information and to book tickets contact gaynor.lynch@lbhf.gov.uk, telephone 0208 753 3812/3823