St Albans author launches second book

15:54 05 June 2014

Dave Weaver displaying the artwork for his third novel

Dave Weaver displaying the artwork for his third novel

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A St Albans bookshop hosted the launch of the second book by the chairman of the Verulam Writers’ Circle last week.

Dave Weaver introduced his second book, Japanese Daisy Chain, a collection of interconnected short stories set in modern day Japan, at Waterstones in St Peter’s Street.

It follows his first book, Jacey’s Kingdom, a time-slip novel for young adults, and precedes his third, presently in preparation, Tales of the Black Hole Bar, a collection of science-fiction stories.

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