After the very successful launch of her newest book at the Glenisle Hotel in July, local author Alison Page has been busy out on tour with The Tattoo Tourie. Alison says, “It’s been a very busy but wonderful July. Launching The Tattoo Toorie was a highlight and my CC selfie frame has been so popular at events and signings. Thanks to Graham at Arran Graphics for making it for me!”
Here are a few of the photos from the launch, all credits to Cams Campbell (featured image also).
Over the last month Alison, and star of Westie Fest books, Corrie, have been out and about, from Kilmartin museum to Edinburgh, doing readings and book signings, meeting lots of children and families. One of the upcoming highlights for Alison this autumn is a visit to the children’s event at the Wigtown Book Festival, in Dumfries and Galloway.
Founded in 1999, the 10-day Wigtown Book Festival is now one of the UK’s best-loved literary events and this year has more than 200 events and activities for all ages, including music, theatre, food and visual arts.
Alison will be reading the The Tattoo Toorie on Monday 30th September in the Church Hall in Wigtown