Pictures of the week

Pictures of the week

James Patterson left was in conversation with Mark Lawson at the Theakston Old Peculiar Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate.

 

Rob Biddulph and Katie Piper celebrated the launch of Easyjet's Flybraries campaign at Luton airport on Monday 15th July, reading and drawing with local school children.

 

Between the 12th and 14th of July, Mslexia welcomed over 200 women to Devonshire Hall in Leeds for its inaugural women's writing weekend, Mslexicon.

 

Rwandan author Yolande Mukagasana far left visited London, Bristol and Edinburgh as part of a UK tour celebrating the new English translation of her seminal memoir Not My Time to Die (Huza Press). Mukagasana is pictured alongside L-R Louise Umutoni, translator Dr Zoe Norridge and Eric Murangwa Eugene MBE at King's College London. (©Keon West)

 

Greg James left and Chris Smith were among the authors snapped in their favourite summer reading spots, promoting new research from the National Literacy Trust which reveals children's favourite places to read.

 

Jilly Cooper centre won the inaugural Comedy Women in Print Lifetime Achievement Award on Wednesday 10th July. Cooper is pictured alongside entrepeneur Theo Paphitis and comedian Helen Lederer.

 

"Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans" premiered at the Odeon in Leicester Square at the beginning of July, with many of the all-star cast in attendance. (©Liam Arthur)