Bookface Sip & Swap

Dive into the world of brilliant books at the eagerly anticipated Bookface Sip & Swap event featuring renowned psychological thriller author Harriet Tyce on Saturday, April 20, at for an unforgettable in-person gathering hosted at August House in Glasgow.

Bookface is the online book group which was founded in 2020 by Heather Suttie. With 3500 members in 48 countries, the Bookface Sip & Swap events sell out each month.

The events deliver a unique blend of stimulating discussions, a sustainable book swap, and an exclusive Q&A session with the accomplished author, Harriet Tyce. She joins a list of impressive authors who’ve been guests at previous events. This includes Helen Fields,  John Niven, Alan Parks, Lisa Gray, Susannah Constantine, Doug Allan, Karen Campbell, Billy Sloan and many more.

Harriet Tyce, a former criminal barrister turned bestselling author, will grace the stage for a captivating 45-minute Q&A session. Delve into the intriguing journey that led her from the courtroom to the realm of crime fiction. With her debut novel, “Blood Orange,” receiving acclaim in 2019, Tyce has since become a Sunday Times bestselling author, enchanting readers with compelling narratives in “The Lies You Told” and “It Ends at Midnight.”


Witness the unveiling of her latest masterpiece, “A Lesson in Cruelty,” promising yet another thrilling addition to her impressive body of work and in the spirit of sharing and connecting, guests are encouraged to bring 2-4 books of any genre, in good condition for an informal swap.

Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to meet Harriet Tyce in person, gain insights into her literary journey, and connect with like-minded book lovers. Tyce’s educational background at Edinburgh and Oxford Universities, along with her decade-long career as a criminal barrister, adds a unique layer to her storytelling, making this event a must-attend for those who appreciate the art of words and storytelling. Save the date for an afternoon filled with literary delight and shared passion for the written word!

Tickets priced £20 are available from Eventbrite.