Win places at TheJournal.ie Book Club event for ILFDublin.
If you're a big reader, you probably love nothing more than a chat about whatever book you’re currently devouring.
Here at TheJournal.ie, we know that our readers love books – and we do too. We even have our own office book club, so we know chatting about books is always good fun. That’s why we’ve teamed up with the International Literature Festival Dublin (ILF) – which runs from 21 – 29 May – to hold two book clubs.
They’ll be taking place at the Queen of Tarts café on Cow’s Lane in Dublin’s city centre, on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 May from 6pm – 7.30pm. At the book clubs we’ll have a fun and informal chat about the books over tea and cake. There’s no need to be a literature expert – just bring your thoughts on the book. Plus, the winners get to enjoy complimentary tea and delicious cake during the book club. Nice, right? We have 24 places – that’s 12 per evening – available at each book club. That’s where you come in: all of the places are only available for our reader
For this book club we will be featuring Maeve Brenna's book The Visitor. Winners of the 12 places at this event will also get to avail of a half-price (€6) ticket to the accompanying event on Friday 27 May, featuring Brennan’s biographer Angela Bourke and journalist Sinéad Gleeson.