Society Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators @SCBWI_BI ~ #Edinburgh #AuBar #Afterparty #Event

I was invited to the after party of the Edinburgh Society Of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators convention by Sarah Broadley. Who I met the weekend previously at the Authors lunch.

It was lovely to meet so many new people and discuss possible blog reviews and interviews.  To my surprise, Keith Gray who interviewed Patrick Ness was there are we had a lovely chat.  He’s extremely funny and very humble.

I’m afraid I don’t know everyone’s names, but here is a whole host of snaps I took from the event.


© Left to right – Geoff Barker, Laura Clay, Miranda Moore, Elizabeth Ezra


 Sarah Towle, Ruth Horne & Moira
Hannah Sanguinetti, Sarah Davies, Anna Levin, Sarah Towle, backs to you are left to right Natalie Poster, Roxie Munro and Anita Gallo



Moira KC & Laura Clay
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Sarah Broadley


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Elizabeth Frattaroli


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Keith Gray

It was a lovely evening, thank you to Sarah Broadley for the invitation.

To find out more about the  Society Of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, please visit Website

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3 thoughts on “Society Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators @SCBWI_BI ~ #Edinburgh #AuBar #Afterparty #Event

  1. I’m so glad you could make it. We’re a very sociable group and after Sarah Davies’ event we had so much to talk about. I’ve passed your details on to some members who have recently been published too. Thanks for coming along!

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