Hot Key Books, Templar Publishing & Piccadilly Press Blogger Brunch

On Saturday I was back in London for the Hot Key Books, Templar Publishing & Piccadilly Press Blogger Brunch, after having such a great time previously I’d been looking forward to it for weeks.

It was awesome! I feel to privileged that I get to go to these.

This time I knew people (so cool and weird), which made everything doubly (it’s a word!) brilliant. With a room full of bloggers, authors and of course the publishers you couldn’t have custom-made me a better morning. But you guys want to know about the books…

So –


Let’s start with Hot Key.
There are so many titles coming out that I want to read including:

Leopold Blue by Rosie Rowell
Little Celeste by Dawn McNiff
Tribute by Ellen Renner
Boys Don’t Knit by T.S. Easton
The End of the World as We Know It by Iva-Marie Palmer
The Madness by Alison Rattle
The Midnight Dress by Karen Foxlee

Apart from the above there are also a whole bunch of sequels I’m really excited about, just to mention a few:

Diamonds and Deceit (At Somerton #2) by Leila Rasheed
Burn (Stray, #2) by Monica Hesse
Blindsided (Transparent #2) by Natalie Whipple

Templar Publishing came with a great catalog but my favourites were:

Bombmaker by Claire McFall
Fleeced by Julia Wills
Daughters of Time – An anthology of The History Girls
Stitch Up by Sophie Hamilton

Most of the Piccadilly books I liked the sound of are already out, such as Firewallers by Simon Packham & Hold Your Breath by Caroline Green   but there below are some treats for 2014:

Counting by 7’s by Holly Goldberg Sloan
A Pig Called Heather by Harry Oulton (so cute, started reading this on the train)

Some of these aren’t on Goodreads yet but I’ll be talking about them closer to publication anyway 😉

Thank you so much Hot Key Books, Templar Publishing & Piccadilly Press

2 thoughts on “Hot Key Books, Templar Publishing & Piccadilly Press Blogger Brunch

  1. Ohmygosh, how are all of those covers so pretty?!?! I’m going to have to go look all of them up now… Well, the ones that are on Goodreads at least – trying to keep that ‘to read’ list down 😉

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