I went along to Waterstones Piccadilly’s midnight launch for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald, I went to their launch event for Cursed Child which was so much fun, so it took very little to convince me to buy a ticket. Waterstones announced all the interactive fun they had planned a the week leading up to it, including props from the film and a bakery!
I was invited to Hot Key Books All Hallows Eve proof party, hosted at their office on Wimpole Street. I read an E-ARC recently and jumped at the chance to attend, especially as Rachel Burge would be there.
October has been another busy month, from events to new new books, so it’s been hard to pick out the highlights. I can’t for the life of me work out why some people find books and reading boring. I hope you enjoy my October highlights!
I was invited to Hot Key Books Blogger Brunch, held at their HQ on September 29th. I adore both the Spellinger series and To Kill A Kingdom so this was an event not to be missed and replied immediately.
Today I have my monthly wrap-up post to share with you all. It’s been a fun and busy month with all the awesome events and new books so I’m only going to run through the highlights.
I was invited to an exclusive blogger screening for The House With A Clock in its Walls hosted at Entertainment One’s HQ in London. I first saw the trailer for this movie when I saw Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and was instantly sold, not to mention excited after finding out it’s based on a book by John Bellairs. I’m also a huge fan of Jack Black and Cate Blanchett so when the invite dropped into my inbox, I couldn’t turn it down. It’s full of everything I love, magic, scares, weird and funny. I can confirm it didn’t disappoint.
August has been a fairly quiet month, which was handy as I was exhausted after YALC and definitely needed the break after a very busy July.