RARE CASE OF ‘OWT FOR NOWT’ ON YORKSHIRE DAY

Yorkshire-born author Paul Carroll is marking the county’s annual day of celebration by turning against type – he’s giving his new novel, Trouble Brewing, away for free on Tuesday August 1st because it’s a ‘reet good Yorkshire read’. Set in the imaginary White Rose town of Brimdale Trouble Brewing follows disgraced former celebrity chef Brian Parkin as he leads a campaign to save the Brimdale Brewery and its ‘miracle’ Brim ale from closure. This light-hearted, comic and entertaining read, full of quirky characters, twists and turns, has already been dubbed ‘Ready Steady Cook meets the Full Monty’. To help mark…

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Writer’s ‘Have One on Me’ Pub Shout

Leeds born author Paul Carroll has found an unusual way of getting his new novel, Trouble Brewing, into readers’ hands – he’s secretly leaving copies of the novel around West Yorkshire pubs with the message ‘Read Me’ pasted on the cover. Anybody who finds the book is encouraged to take it, read it and then leave it in another location for somebody else to find. Set in the imaginary White Rose town of Brimdale Trouble Brewing follows disgraced celebrity chef Brian Parkin as he leads a campaign to save the Brimdale Brewery and its ‘miracle’ Brim ale from closure. This…

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