Gillian Philip Visits South West Schools | Scottish Friendly

Press release – 20th October 2011

Over 560 schoolchildren across the South West met renowned Scottish author Gillian Philip, who was visiting as part of the Scottish Friendly Book Tour, run by Scottish Book Trust.

The tour took place between 17 – 21 October 2011, visiting schools, colleges and libraries in the South West.  Gillian read from her novels Crossing the Line, The Opposite of Amber and Bloodstone, providing a fascinating insight into the finely tuned writing process she has established.

Gillian Philip gives an inspiring speech on creative writing to pupils from Hayesfield School in Bath, as part of the Scottish Friendly Book Tour, run by Scottish Book Trust, which has visited nine schools in the region this week.Gillian Philip gives an inspiring speech on creative writing to pupils from Hayesfield School in Bath, as part of the Scottish Friendly Book Tour, run by Scottish Book Trust, which has visited nine schools in the region this week.

Gillian Philip reveals writing secrets to year nine students from Hayesfield School in Bath, part of the Scottish Friendly Children’s Book Tour this week. Names (from left to right): Olivia, Ella, Gillian, Lydia, Emma, Georgina, Sarah.Gillian Philip reveals writing secrets to year nine students from Hayesfield School in Bath, part of the Scottish Friendly Children’s Book Tour this week. Names (from left to right): Olivia, Ella, Gillian, Lydia, Emma, Georgina, Sarah.

For more information please visit www.scottishbooktrust.com