Pictures of the week

Pictures of the week

Author Samantha King (left) had a Q&A session with her editor Emma Beswetherick at the launch of her latest title The Choice (Piatkus Fiction) at Waterstones Richmond on Thursday 20th April. 

 

The Importance of Being Ernest the Earwig (Kings Road Publishing) was launched at Daunts, Marylebone on Tuesday 18th April. Guests included (from left) Nanette Newman, Templar’s publishing director Lisa Edwards, Lindsay Branagh, freelance senior editor Alison Ritchie and art director Genevieve Webster.

 

Meurig and Rachel Bowen celebrated the launch of The School of Music (Wide Eyed Editions) with family and friends at Waterstones Cheltenham on Tuesday 18th April. They are pictured alongside their daughter and Rory MacPhearson (far right) from Waterstones Cheltenham.

 

Buddhist nun Emma Slade signed copies at the launch of her new book Set Free (Summersdale), which took place at The Yoga Studio, Harbledown on Thursday 12th April.  

 

Author Angie Thomas spoke about her novel The Hate U Give (Walker Books) at an event at City Hall, hosted by deputy mayor of London Matthew Ryder and his peer outreach team.

 

On Saturday 8th April, Penguin Random House collaborated with creative agency Jack Arts on a set of four chalk murals outside Waterstones Tottenham Court Road to celebrate the reissue of Malorie Blackman’s Noughts & Crosses series with new jacket designs.

 

On Sunday 9th April, author Daniel Rachel (second left) won the Penderyn Music Book Prize 2017 at the arts festival Laugharne Weekend. Pictured (from left) are Penderyn Distillery’s media manager Jon Tregenna, Rachel, Penderyn c.e.o. Stephen Davis, and founder of the Penderyn Prize Richard Thomas.

 

Writer Eimear McBride (right) was in conversation at the Review Bookshop in Peckham with its manager Katia Wengraf on Thursday 6th April. 

 

Hannah Witton (right) celebrated the launch of her book Doing It (Wren & Rook) at Waterstones Piccadilly on Thursday 6th April, alongside her editor Beth Brent.