Talking About My Generation has launched a new book club and wants you to join in.
And to help you get started – we are offering 10 readers a FREE book to join the club.
If you would like to join the My Gen Book Club, you can claim your free book by emailing email@example.com
First up in the My Gen Book Club is Black Moss by Manchester journalist and author, David Nolan.
Synopsis: In April 1990, as rioters took over Strangeways prison in Manchester, someone killed a little boy at Black Moss. And no one cared. No one except Danny Johnston, an inexperienced radio reporter trying to make a name for himself. More than a quarter of a century later, Danny returns to his home city to revisit the murder that’s always haunted him. If Danny can find out what really happened to the boy, maybe he can cure the emptiness he’s felt inside since he too was a child. But finding out the truth might just be the worst idea Danny Johnston has ever had.
If you would like to join in, Black Moss is available online in print or Kindle
We will be choosing a book every two months that will always be themed around Greater Manchester, whether that is due to the author being from one of the ten boroughs or the story or subject matter revolves around the region.
At this time, the My Gen Book Club will be holding its first meeting to talk about the book online via Zoom on Monday, September 14. Please get in touch for details of how to join this meeting at firstname.lastname@example.org