Bracknell Book Fair 2024

Bracknell Book Fair 2024

At the back end of last year, frustrated that I couldn't find any local book fairs to attend, I decided to organise my own. As you do. Fast forward a few months and preparations are in full swing for Bracknell's first ever Book Fair on 20 July 2024.

I don't know about you, but as a reader,  if I love a book, I don't really care whether it was published by the author, a small independent press or one of the Goliath's of traditional publishing, so at the fair, we're taking an 'everyone welcome' approach. 

We have a fantastic line up of authors too! See below for a summary. There will also be author talks in the library next door. Details and timings to be announced. 

Whether you're a book lover, aspiring writer, or searching for some literary fun for the whole family, we'd love to see you at Bracknell Book Fair on Saturday, July 20th anytime from 10am-4pm.

Follow Bracknell Book Fair on Facebook for updates. 

Where to find us

Easthampstead Works

Town Square


RG12 1BH

(past Fenwicks, next to Bracknell Library)


Admission is free!

Meet the authors  

Adam D. Searle


Ana de Andrada

Domestic suspense, family drama

David Palin


E. L. Williams 

Magical fantasy fiction (Fair organiser) ME! 😁

Elise Noble

Romantic suspense, romcom

Fiona Barker 


Helen Garraway

Epic fantasy/fantasy romance/dystopian

Isobel Shirlaw

Thriller/crime/psychological suspense

J A Crawshaw

Contemporary Fiction/Romance, memoir, non-fiction

Julia Boggio

Romantic comedy

Julie Pike


Katharine Johnson

Psychological suspense; local history (Windsor)

Lee Allen

Dark Fiction; Horror; Thriller; Children's horror

Marisa Noelle

Young adult fantasy, dystopian, sci-fi & horror, adult steamy fantasy

Mark Blackburn

Creative nonfiction, fiction, politics, children’s

Michelle Douglas


Nicola May

Romantic Comedy

Paul Ferguson


Paul Kelly


 SP K-Mushambi


R A Harrison

Science fantasy

Sarah Harper

Domestic Psychological thriller

Stella Azzini

Low fantasy - paranormal romance

Stuart Young



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