The first London gig from the Fun Lovin Crime Writers (Billingham, Brookmyre, McDermid, Neville, Johnston and Veste) took place at The Islington in north London on Thursday 11th January.
Emily Barr celebrated the launch of her second YA novel The Truth and Lies of Ella Black (PRH) at Temakinho in Soho on Thursday 11th January.
The Scottish Friendly Children’s Book Tour launched its 20th anniversary celebrations on Thursday 11th January. To mark the occasion, authors Lari Don and Ross Collins visited pupils at Shawlands Primary School in Glasgow.
Jenny Quintana centre launched her debut novel The Missing Girl (Mantle Books) at Belgravia Books on Thursday 11th January. Guests at the celebration included Sam Humphreys left and Sophie Lambert.
Nadia Narain left and Katia Narain Phillips centre launched their title Self-care for the Real World (Hutchinson) at Daunt Books Marylebone on Wednesday 10th January. They are pictured alongside their editor Pippa Wright.
Author Sarah Vaughan launched a fleet of black London taxis advertising her debut novel Anatomy of a Scandal (Simon & Schuster).
The Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards revealed its 2018 shortlists at an event held at The National Liberal Club in Westminster on Wednesday 10th January. Pictured are L-R Novin Doostdar, Dr PK Mahanandia and his wife Lotta, Juliet Mabey and Karl von Schedvin.
Creative Industries Federation held their third anniversary party at the Natural History Museum on Tuesday 9th January.
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