By Haddenham Webteam - 14th January 2014 5:00pm
Did you miss the visit of author Jennie Rake, a former long-term resident of Haddenham, who returned to the village in November to host a 'Meet the Author' afternoon at Haddenham Community Library?
If so, you may be interested to know that Jennie is returning to the area for a similar session, but this time in Thame.
Jennie's visit on this occasion will be on Saturday 25th January at Thame Library, from 11.00am until 12 noon.
She will be talking about the writing process and will have books to sell and sign.
For more information, please see here
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