Sunday, 16 March 2014

Hot Key Books, Picadilly Press, Templar Publishing: Spring Blogger Brunch

Last weekend I made the trek down to London to attend the Spring Blogger Brunch held by Hot Key Books, Piccadilly Press, and Templar Publishing. We got to hear about some amazing books coming out in the next few months, some of them I am desperate to read, and we also got to here some authors read from their books (check out my photos below), and get to chat to them after the event.

I had a plan of videoing this trip, thanks to Jesse's idea, but it takes me forever to wake up of a morning and I was going to take photos instead. Considering I was still waking up on the train down to London this plan also went out the window. So instead of some not so fabulous photos and books, I am just going to show you the books we heard about, and also what we got to take home. Some of the books we took home were published last year but I will link them all to goodreads.

Hot Key Books

Goose by Dawn O'Porter
The Black North by Nigel McDowell
Awe of Mercury by Elon Dann
Scarlett Fever by Maureen Johnson

An English Boy in New York by T.S. Easton
As Red as Blood by Salia Simukka
Foulsham by Edward Carey
The Illusionists by Laure Eve
Vivian Versus America by Katie Coyle

Run by Gregg Olsen
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
Clockwise To Titan by Elon Dann
Say Her Name by James Dawson
Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira
Fearsome Dreamer by Laure Eve
The Lovely and The Lost by Page Morgan
American Savage by Matt Whyman
Heap House by Edward Carey

Piccadilly Press

Counting By 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan
Trust Games by Simon Packman
Unstoppable by Liz Bankes
The Return of a Pig Called Heather by Harry Oulton

Fragments by Caroline Green
Firewallers by Simon Packham

Templar Publishing

Stitch Up by Sophie Hamilton
Graduation Day by Joelle Charbonneau
No Going Back by Alex Gutteridge
Arcadia Falls by Kai Meyer

The Jade Boy by Cate Cain

Simon Packham
James Dawson
Sophie Hamilton

1 comment:

  1. Good roundup! I'm really looking forward to the new TS Easton, Stitchup and Counting for 7s.


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