Christie's auctioneers in London was the prestigious venue for our most recent book launch this week. Ann Allestree has just published her second book with Book Guild, Louis PhillipeD'Orleans, King of the Fren
Two of the best respected museums in London have taken stock of one of our history titles - Twenties London by Mike Hutton. Both the Tate Britain and the Museum of London are now holding copies of the Book Guild 2011 title, which brings the roaring twenties back to life.
Andrew Lowe's taut new thriller The Medusa Conspiracy was launched to a large crowd in London last week. WaterstonesIlford had created a window display for the event, and sold out of their entire stock in one evening.
Queues wound round the block for Book Guild's Victorian Monster Hunting Tea Party over the weekend. The sell-out Brighton Fringe Festival event was held in the Hendricks Library of Delightfully Curious Writings to celebrate the publication of Major Jack Union's book "How to Bag a Jabberwock".
Whether bounding after Bandersnatch, flying after Air Kraken or staking out vampires, the Major has seen it, shot it, and mounted it on his wall. Hear his tales at a special Victorian Monster Hunting Tea at this year’s Brighton Festival.
One of Book Guild's most prolific authors launched their newest title at the world renowned Daunt Bookshop in Chelsea last week. Daunt gave over a whole window to display John Piper's Second World War fiction "25 kilos of Butter". The bookshop was full of well wishers, most of whom bought a copy of the book.