The Dance of Love book launch by Angela Young Last Thursday my second novel, THE DANCE of LOVE, just published by Buried River Press, was launched from the Barnes Bookshop (which is owned and run by a wonderfully enthusiastic bookseller, Isla Dawes). May the book travel far and wide, gathering readers as it goes. It […]
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THE DANCE OF LOVE Angela Young 4 September 2014 6.30pm – 8pm The Barnes Bookshop, 60 Church Road, London, SW15 0DQ www.barnesbookshops.co.uk RSVP to Angela Young: 07778 934873 or firstname.lastname@example.org Invite only so no gatecrashers, please!
Angela Young is a graduate of Middlesex University’s MA in Creative Writing and her first novel, Speaking of Love, was published in 2008. The Dance of Love is her second novel. Angela lives and writes in south-west London. The Dance of Love The Dance of Love is a coming-of-age tale that spans more than two […]
Juxtabook describes The Dance of Love by Angela Young as ‘a delight from cover to cover, a bringer of pure pleasure’, adding that ‘this is a truly charming story, beautifully told’. The review goes on to say that this ‘great treat’ will soon be working its way into ‘becoming a timeless classic’. The full review […]
Angela Young is a graduate of Middlesex University’s MA in Creative Writing and is the author of two novels. In 1995, BBC Books published Angela’s 30,000-word ending to Edith Wharton’s last, unfinished novel, The Buccaneers, a story of love and marriage set among the British aristocracy and the American moneyed classes in late nineteenth-century England. […]