Category: Festival in the Media

Flamstead Book Festival in the media

Festival in the News #2

There has now been a lot more media coverage. See for example: Flamstead Book Festival returns with a bang, Welwyn-Hatfield Times, 2nd June 2015 Best-selling authors Jane Hawking and Sophie Hannah will headline the second Flamstead Book Festival later this

Festival in the News #1

As the Festival draws near it has been gathering a lot of coverage in the media, including the following: The Flamstead Book Festival Returns, eastlife – guide to the East of England Top authors head this way for book festival,

In the news #6: all over the media

The Flamstead Book Festival continues to get media coverage, in many different formats. Here are the details from the past few days Tuesday 3rd June: Our Vikki Orvice was interviewed on Three Counties Radio at lunchtime Sunday 1st June: The

In the news #5: all over the net

As well as being covered in the press the Flamstead Book Festival has a growing online presence too. Here are some of the main sites (all open in new window/tab): Twitter – you can follow us as @FlamsteadBkFest for all the

In the news #4: all over the local press

The Flamstead Book Festival has had coverage throughout the local press in  the last few days – as anticipation builds with just over a week to go – and as two of our authors make the headlines: Tony Parsons is number one

In the news #3: Added Time shortlisted for prestigious award

The Flamstead Book Festival has been in the local news again in the past couple of days, featuring in particular two of our authors: Mark Halsey and Ian Ridley. Of particular interest is that their book “Added Time” has been short-listed

In the news #2: Watford Observer

See the Watford Observer Top-selling St Albans authors to headline new book festival article.  

In the news #1: St Albans Review

The Flamstead Book Festival is beginning to get media coverage. I’ll post a link to anything significant from now on. See the article Top selling St Albans authors to headline new book festival in this week’s St Albans Review.