Sue France annual literary lunch, Belle Époque, Knutsford
PUBLISHED: 11:59 22 November 2018
How to become an author was the topic of discussion at Belle Époque restaurant in Knutsford as Sue France held her annual literary lunch.
Sue France annual literary lunch
Caroline England, Chrisoula Sirigou, Sue France, Amanda Berriman and Irene Remelie
Katrina Hukin with Sue Miller, Emma Dalzell, and Emma Guy
Sian-Elin Flint-Freel, Joy Pearson and Amanda Berriman
Catherine Sandland, Emily Dean, Clare Matthews, Jane Burkinshaw and Sally Anne Bedford
Sarah Lewis, AmandaFarrington, Rebecca Jones and Alison Blackler
Lynn Robinson, Jane Hawkes, Fay Evans, Imelda Summerton-West and Lisa Williams
Emma Guy with Sue Williams and Susan Brookes
Louise Presley-Turner and Michala Leyland
Maggie Hollinshead, Sue Richie, Sheena Cantar and Chrisoula Sirigou
Imelda Summerton-West, Emma Blantern and Sue Miller
Irene Remelie talking about her book 'Time To Wake Up
Children's book authors Lorna McCann, Emma Blantern, Leslie Rawlinson and Jude Lennon with their works
Having run a networking group for many years under the banner of ‘Sue France’s Creative Connecting in Cheshire’, this concept was developed into a workshop offering advice about how to publish a book.
Seventy-eight ladies attended the lunch and heard from bestselling authors Caroline England, Amanda Berriman, Irene Remelie and Chrisoula Sirigou.
With talks from those who are represented by prestigious publishing houses as well as those who have self published, guests left with a wealth of information and the inspiration to start writing their own book.