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Sneak Peak of Snuff!
by Kate on Nov 17, 2011 at 10:55 am
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Click here for a sneak peak of Snuff!

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Transworld Vintage Tea Party
by Kate on Nov 10, 2011 at 6:41 pm
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Yesterday afternoon Transworld joined with Vintage Patisserie to create a sumptuous vintage tea party at 93 Feet East on Brick Lane to celebrate our 2012 contemporary fiction list. The party was attended by Sophie Kinsella, Joanna Trollope, Kathy Lette, Sarra Manning, Jo Carnegie, Carmen Reid, Judy Astley, Tamar Cohen, Hallie Rubenhold and Louise Douglas.

Authors and media nibbled on cupcakes, scones and cucumber sandwiches and the conversation flowed as freely as the prosecco and jasmine tea (in vintage teacups, of course!). There was a resident hair and make-up person present and before long there were victory rolls and red lips everywhere…see above for a snapshot of the glamour!

Each party guest received a personalised goodie bag with a bespoke fiction catalogue, cupcake and other lovely treats to make sure that the Transworld tea party would be an event to remember.

Partygoers enjoying the Tea Party

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SJ Watson‘s outstanding debut novel Before I Go To Sleep, recent winner of the CWA John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger was again triumphant last night, winning Crime Thriller of the Year Award at the Galaxy British Book Awards (the Publishing Industry ‘Oscars’)

It’s been a dazzling year for Watson, whose first novel has become an international sensation, both a New York Times and The Sunday Times bestseller.

Even before publication, Before I Go To Sleep was garnering widespread critical acclaim from the most popular and respected writers in the world today, amongst them Dennis Lehane, Tess Gerritsen, Anita Shreve and Lionel Shriver. The literary critics followed with respectful and adulatory reviews when the book was released. Then the reader reactions poured forth, and Watson’s novel was hailed by the fans, winning Amazon’s Rising Stars award for new writing. Read the rest of this entry »

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