An Extract from ‘A Dangerous Game’ As part of our “Love to Read” campaign which continues through November, we are publishing a series of short videos featuring some of our authors reading extracts from their books Today it is a pleasure to
Arundel Festival a Huge Success! Wow! We were overwhelmed by the great support we received at the Arundel Festival, we smashed our target to sell 100 books and raised an amazing £308.63 for Cancer Research. Thanks so much to CRUK
Proud to be supporting Cancer Research UK CHINDI authors are taking a book stall at the Cancer Research UK shop, 8 High Street, Arundel to celebrate this years ARUNDEL FESTIVAL, a time when the town comes alive with art, music,
One Big Launch On 13th November 2015 9 CHINDI authors took to the stage at One Big Launch. This was a joint book launch at The Pallant Suite, Chichester and turned out to be a lively evening packed with entertainment. It was certainly
This month saw the launch of Chichester Festival 2015 and this year, CHINDI Authors participated in a number of exciting events. Saturday 20 June: From Pen to Publication Writers’ Workshop. This two hour workshop was aimed at anyone who had thought of writing
As Father’s Day approaches, we asked a few of the CHINDI authors what books their fathers read to them when they were younger (or possibly as recently as last week) and what books they read in turn to their children.
With just a few weeks to the General Election, has your inner political animal emerged from hibernation yet? Does it fancy counting down to the Big Night in the company of a political satire, or a Cabinet Minister’s indiscreet diaries?
In a recent meeting, CHINDI members got together and decided to add a new feature to the website by presenting a series of author interviews. In this post we are introducing a new member, Rose Edmunds. Rose writes financial thrillers – her
Another event held by Chindi, this time in conjunction with Chichester’s renowned Woodies Wine Bar and Brasserie in St Pancras. The venue was packed for an evening of wine tasting courtesy of Mason & Mason wine merchants, food tasters from
Once upon a time we were all children and most of us loved nothing more than having a bedtime story read to us. There’s something really powerful about listening to a story rather than reading it. The reader is forced