Saturday, 23 February 2013

Cereal Murder

Another Twisted Tales event last night. First one in awhile and a bit of a landmark as before snagging the Bestwick, I used to meet him for coffee in Liverpool before Twisted Tales events and then we'd go to the readings.

This time the guests were Adam Nevill (always charming), Stuart MacBride and Steve Mosby. The theme, as you can guess from the poster to the left, was serial killers. Each author read a piece from their books and then David McWilliam hosted a discussion on serial murder, crime and its connection to horror, before opening the questions for the audience to ask the authors.

I haven't read anything by Stuart MacBride or Steve Mosby before so I'm looking forward to checking out their books, especially as I haven't read any crime/thrillers in a wee while. Stares at to read pile. Falls over.

After the event, we went for a meal in China Town with several awesome people including Ramsey & Jenny Campbell, Marie O'Regan, Paul Kane, David McWilliam, Stuart MacBride, Adam Nevill and Glynn Morgan. Lovely food even if I did have a minor spat with the Bestwick over what I was eating because I couldn't make up my mind. I can be annoying. Also good to see Priya Sharma  and Roy Gray again. Hopefully, I haven't missed anyone out.

Actually, food caused me no end of problems yesterday including the death of my porridge. It went splat all over the work kitchen sink. Guess, I'm a cereal killer. You have permission to groan.

6 comments:

priyasharmafiction said...

It was really lovely to see you again too, beautiful!
Congrats again on your story in Shimmer. I'll check it out.
All the best and hope to see you again,
Priya

Cate Gardner said...

Thanks, Priya. Hopefully we'll bump into each other at another event.

Lee Thompson/Thomas Morgan/James Logan/Julian Vaughn said...

Sounds like a good time, Cate!

Deborah Walker said...

These events looks fabulous. Very jealous.

Cate Gardner said...

Always, Lee :D

They are, Deborah :D

Kim Kasch said...

Love the "cereal" murder - no groaning here.