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Cambridge writers encourage budding novelists to take on the challenge of writing a 50,000-word book in 30 days

Cambridge writers encourage budding novelists to take on the challenge of writing a 50,000-word book in 30 days

Cambridge writers encourage budding novelists to take on the challenge of writing a 50,000-word book in 30 days

Around half a million people take part every year worldwide and there are groups in most major towns in the UK who attempt the task each November.


“Low expectations are the secret to happiness”

“Low expectations are the secret to happiness”

“Low expectations are the secret to happiness”


Writers gather for a few words

Writers gather for a few words

Writers gather for a few words

Waterstones hosts books evening for seven local authors


Cambridge Lit Fest author Rosie Wilby asks: “Is monogamy dead?”

Cambridge Lit Fest author Rosie Wilby asks: “Is monogamy dead?”

Cambridge Lit Fest author Rosie Wilby asks: “Is monogamy dead?”

Award-winning comedian Rosie Wilby has dived deep into what makes relationships tick in her new book: Is Monogamy Dead?


The 10 questions Professor Stephen Hawking tackles in his final book, Brief Answers to the Big Questions

The 10 questions Professor Stephen Hawking tackles in his final book, Brief Answers to the Big Questions

The 10 questions Professor Stephen Hawking tackles in his final book, Brief Answers to the Big Questions

Win two tickets to Cambridge launch of the book on October 17


A book well worth 50 camels

A book well worth 50 camels

A book well worth 50 camels

Cambridge Writers Network's travelling ladies launch new title at Heffers


Cambridge author John Taylor to sign copies of his book at Heffers

Cambridge author John Taylor to sign copies of his book at Heffers

Cambridge author John Taylor to sign copies of his book at Heffers

The novelist will be signing copies of I Will Find You at the bookshop in Trinity Street, Cambridge from 10.30am on Saturday, October 20.


Cambridge artist Jon Harris has been documenting life in the city through art for more than 50 years

Cambridge artist Jon Harris has been documenting life in the city through art for more than 50 years

Cambridge artist Jon Harris has been documenting life in the city through art for more than 50 years

Published by Cambridge company Lutterworth Press, Artist About Cambridge charts an artistic journey


Plastic education wall at Cambridge Eco Living festival

Plastic education wall at Cambridge Eco Living festival

Plastic education wall at Cambridge Eco Living festival

... and film looks at how to live without plastic


Cambridge author Nicola Upson to give talk on the true crime that inspired her latest book

Cambridge author Nicola Upson to give talk on the true crime that inspired her latest book

Cambridge author Nicola Upson to give talk on the true crime that inspired her latest book

Novel is inspired by Cambridge rapist Peter Cook.


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