Local novel launches in paperback in London and Longton, Stoke on Trent.
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The Walnut Tree travels from 
London to Longton in a week...

Caroline at Bar Topolski in London
The London launch of The Walnut Tree was held at Bar Topolski, along the Southbank on 12th October.
Caroline was thrilled to read sections from the novel, explain her self-publishing journey thus far and sing the new song 'You Don't Need Words.'

Lauren Ashi, Journalist and Author;

"Meeting you has definitely inspired me to put my own ideas on paper, and I've finally begun to make a start, so thanks again for being such a brilliant example of what's possible :) "
Dr Kate Romano, Musician and Producer; 
"Thank you for a truly lovely evening. All book launches should have singing and art by Authors! The extracts you read have made me want to dive straight into it - exactly what a book launch should do! I was very moved by the way that your clearly inspired the young girl sitting next to me - she said it had been the catalyst she needed to start being creative and writing again"

Helen Cooper, Playwright;
"You were fantastic at your book launch. Your strength, your radiance and your determination were not a surprise. Bon voyage with The Walnut Tree and beyond. Keep me posted."
Caroline and Emma at Longton Market
Last week ended on a similar high, with 2 days in a traditional indoor market in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent.

Caroline explains: "Wherever where I am, I always experience the same feelings of excitement and privilege to read from and talk about The Walnut Tree trilogy. Longton Market was one of the friendliest places I've ever visited. I've spent 2 very happy days signing 25 books"

A crowd gathered as Caroline sang The Walnut Tree love song with Michael, aged 82. Youngest customer of The Walnut Tree so far, Jacob, aged 5, bought a book for his mother's birthday on the Sunday.
If you have read The Walnut Tree as an eBook, and would like to post a review, please visit Amazon to add your comments or
contact Caroline directly through this contact form.
Venues and events:
Friday 23rd & Saturday 24th October (10am - 6pm)
Tesco Uttoxeter
Book signing with £1 from every book sold here donated to their Community Fund.

Saturday 31st October (11am - 3pm)
The Book Shop, King Street, Belper, DE56 1QA
Book signing and readings at 12pm and 2pm.

Sunday 1st November (10am - 4pm)
Knutsford Makers Market

Friday 6th November (7 - 8 pm)
The Quinto Lounge, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham
Book readings, Q&A session, perform song and signings.

The Little Paperie, Ashbourne
The Watermark Bookshop, Carsington Water
The Belper Bookshop
Sharon & Emma's Traditional Cheese Stall, Longton Market
Andrew Charles @Visage, Swadlincote 

Also available to order through the post via The Walnut Tree website £8.99 + £3.30 P&P
eBook available from Amazon £4.99
Caroline Wedd lives on the Derbyshire/Staffordshire border with her family; she is available for interviews and appearances.

Tel: 01889 590465   Mob: 07864 019644   Email:
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