Events & Publicity
Publicity Update for Constable & Robinson: Books and EbooksFriday 19th Oct 2012
Some good events this week. The launch party for The Art of Being Middle Class was a big MC success, with salt cod crostini, cold white wine and Sagres beer! Guests included the artist Grayson Perry and lots of Guardian journalists.
Anton Du Beke’s event at The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival on Sunday night was a huge success with a nearly sell-out event of over 600 people. He was also featured in British Airways High Life.
DJ Taylor wrote an article for The Guardian about his top ten literary parodies featuring his book What You Didn’t Miss. He also reviewed this week for The Independent.
BBC Countryfile reviewed Paw Tracks by Dennis O’Connor.
Robert Whiting was interviewed by Nuts about Japan’s gang culture, featuring Tokyo Underworld.
Stephen Jones’ Zombie Apocalypse! Fightback was reviewed in SFX Magazine – ‘wit and ingenuity is abundant’.
Jonathan Downs author of Discovery at Rosetta: The Stone that Unlocked the Mysteries of Ancient Egypt has been reviewing for History Today.
Military History reviewed Saul David’s Military Blunders – ‘a fascinating and thought provoking book!’
Contemporary Review reviewed An Officer and a Gentlewoman: The Making of a Female British Army Officer by Héloïse Goodley.
Contemporary Review also reviewed Tim Newark’s The Fighting Irish: The Story of the Extraordinary Irish Soldier.
Barbara Delinsky’s Escape was reviewed by Shropshire Star.
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