Angus Bell Comes To Quebec City

Angus Bell Comes To Quebec City

WE’VE GOT HIM!!! After many delays and way too much to-ing and fro-ing, AngloStore.com has finally managed to secure the services of Angus Bell for one night only.

Angus, a Scotsman, travel writer, Montreal resident, incredibly funny man and obsessive cricket fanatic (not necessarily in that order) will be coming to Quebec City to talk about his book ‘Batting on the Bosphorus’.

Miss this guy speaking and miss out. Angus is genuinely funny and his book is too.

Angus will give a talk for about an hour about his travels and exploits.
He’ll also sign copies of Batting on the Bosphorus for those who would like to purchase one (from AngloStore.com).

Event Information:

Place: Quebec High School Library*
945 Belvédère, Québec (Québec) G1S 3G2
Date: Thursday 21st October 2010
Time:  From 6pm

Details:
6 pm – Doors open and you will be able to browse the AngloStore.com stock and catalogues that we will have available for you.
You can purchase or order any book on the night.
7 pm – Angus will begin his talk.
8 pm – Question and answer session.
8.30 pm – Angus will sign copies of Batting on the Bosphorus.
9 pm – End.

If you would like to attend the event please email info@anglostore.com or call (418) 948-4144 to register your interest.

Be sure to get your copy – You can pre-order Batting on the Bosphorus from AngloStore.com – just call the number above or email us and we’ll do the rest.

See you there.

The AngloStore.com Newsdesk
English Bookstore Quebec ONLINE.

* AngloStore.com would like to thank Quebec High School for agreeing to allow the use of their library for this event.
A percentage of every book sold or ordered during the evening will go to Quebec High School.

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