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Granite Noir:

Influencers, Activists and Rebels

Chaired by Katalina Watt

  • 27 Feb 2022
  • 2:00pm
  • Central Library

Overview

Granite Noir: Influencers, Activists and Rebels

Dead Lucky is Andreina Cordani’s second novel, a thriller set in the glamorous cutthroat world of influencers. In Green Rising by Lauren James we meet Gabrielle, a climate-change activist who shoots to fame as a teenager with supernatural abilities. And Laura Lam shares the explosive finale of the Sunday Times bestselling Seven Devils series. We are thrilled to welcome these three top young adult writers to Granite Noir for the first time.

Price

£9.50

Further Information

Granite Noir Discounts

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Does not include film screenings or Locked Door Games.

About the authors

Andreina Cordani

Andreina Cordani has a background in journalism, working for women’s magazines including That’s Life, Cosmopolitan and Good Housekeeping. Specialising in ‘real life’ stories, she interviews seemingly ordinary people about their extraordinary lives – most of which you wouldn’t believe if you read it in a novel. 2K Twitter followers.

Lauren James

Lauren James is the twice Carnegie-nominated author of The Reckless Afterlife of Harriet Stoker, The Quiet at the End of the World, The Loneliest Girl in the Universe and The Next Together series. She has been shortlisted for the YA Book Prize and the STEAM Children’s Book Award. Lauren teaches creative writing for Coventry University, WriteMentor and Writing West Midlands, and has written articles for numerous publications, including the Guardian and the Children’s Writers’ and Artists’ Yearbook. She is the founder of the Climate Fiction Writers League, and a passionate advocate of STEM further education. She lives in the West Midlands

Laura Lam

 

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