Pictures of the week

Pictures of the week

Tom Fletcher launched his new novel The Creakers (PRH) with London school children at KidZania on Thursday 5th October.


The team at PRH invited Del Boy along to celebrate the publication of David Jason’s Only Fools and Stories (PRH) on Thursday 5th October. (L-R) Demelza Griffiths, Charlotte Bush, Del Boy, Fergus Edmondson and Ben Brusey.


On Thursday 5th October, IBBY UK celebrated Melvin Burgess's nomination for the Hans Christian Andersen Award at Waterstones Piccadilly.  Joining Melvin on the panel were fellow authors Lucy Christopher (left), who chaired the discussion, and Juno Dawson. (Credit: Lina Lordanki)


Francis Spufford (left) celebrated the launch of his latest title True Stories & Other Essays (Yale University Press) with his editor Julian Loose. The launch took place at the YUP office in Bedford Square on Wednesday 4th October.


Sandi Toksvig (right) joined Lilja Sigurdardottir at the launch of her novel Snare (Orenda Books). The event took place at the Icelandic Embassy on Wednesday 4th October.


Rick Edwards (left) and Dr Michael Brooks (centre) launched their new title Science(ish) (Atlantic Books) at Daunt Books Holland Park on Tuesday 3rd October. Guests included comedian Charlie Higson (right), Jess Cave and George Lamb.


Transworld celebrated the publication of Dan Brown’s latest novel Origin on Tuesday 3rd October.


Kaye Umansky celebrated the launch of Witch for a Week (S&S) at Waterstones Kensington High St on Monday 2nd October.


Penelope Lively was awarded the Charleston-Bede Lifetime’s Excellence in Short Fiction Award 2017. Nathaniel Hepburn presented the award at the annual Small Wonder Short Story Festival in Charleston, East Sussex on Sunday 1st October.


Ewan Briscoe organised a surprise martial arts demo for the 100-strong crowd at the launch of his memoir Kick Start Your Life (Filament). Guests included comedienne Angie Le Mar and the event took place at the Institute of Directors in London. (Credit: Rudy Harding)