** BOEKPRESENTATIE DE STEENSCHUIT – donderdag 8 oktober 2020
** LEZING BOEKHANDEL MALPERTUIS – 04-11-2020 20:00
https://www.boekhandelmalpertuis.be/nl/evenementen/lezing-door-jolien-janzing-over-haar-nieuwe-historische-roman-het-tij-hoog-de-maan-blauw-.-toegang:-5-euro Lezing door Jolien Janzing over haar nieuwe historische roman “Het tij hoog, de maan blauw”. Toegang: 5 euro
** CULTUURHUIS WARANDE TURNHOUT – 8 november 2020 10:30 tot 12:00
** Saturday 3 October 2015: Talk at the Brontë Society Literary Luncheon
Charlotte Brontë in Brussels: Love and Literature
The Brontë Room – Hollins Hall Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Baildon – Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD17 7QW Tel. 01274 530053
We are delighted to invite you to the Brontë Society Literary Luncheon on 3rd October 2015 at Hollins Hall Hotel in Shipley. Guest speaker is Jolien Janzing, author of Charlotte Brontë’s Secret Love, which is due for release in the UK on 1st October. This fascinating lecture is accompanied by music, rare images and enthralling excerpts from the novel.
The programme includes tea and coffee on arrival and a three-course luncheon.
Tickets cost £45 and can be booked until midday on 28 September via Linda Ling, Bronte Society Membership Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01535 640195.
** Thursday 8 October 2015 – 6:30 pm
Book Launch London – Charlotte Brontë’s Secret Love
Rpsv at email@example.com. As seats are limited, please reply early.
Flanders House – Embassy of Belgium GENERAL REPRESENTATION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF FLANDERS 1A Cavendish Square – London W1G 0LD www.flandershouse.co.uk
** Thursday 29 October 2015: Book Launch Waterstones Brussels Boulevard Adolphe Maxlaan 71-75 – 1000 Brussels – Belgium Tel: +32 2 219 27 08
Publishing house World Editions and Waterstones Brussels are pleased to invite you to the book launch of Charlotte Brontë’s Secret Love by Jolien Janzing
Join us on Thursday, October 29 at 7.30 pm at Waterstones Brussels for the book launch of Charlotte Brontë’s Secret Love (translated from the Dutch by Paul Vincent), a captivating novel, based on true events of a forgotten chapter in Charlotte Brontë’s life and the secret love Charlotte harboured for the man who would inspire her to write The Professor, Villette and Jane Eyre.
This fascinating literary evening will be filled with music, rare images from historical Brussels and enthralling excerpts from the novel.
Entry is free! RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 20.