Signed Books & Online Book Signings 2021
As part of the 2021 online Festival we are delighted to offer virtual signing sessions with selected authors directly after their event (where 'Signed Copy' is the only option, this represents a purchase of a signed copy only with no attached signing event.)
During the signing you will be able to meet the author one-to-one in a video call and get a copy of the book personally dedicated.
If you would like to join a signing please select the "Meet the Author" option when purchasing the book. You will then be prompted for the details of any dedication required.
Your place will be reserved for an hour to allow you to browse the bookshop further. Signing slots are limited to 20 places and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Your link to join the signing will be sent to you after your purchase.
Due to the logistics involved the last opportunity to reserve a spot on the signing will be 5 days before the date of the signing.
Unfortunately only books purchased through the festival can be signed at these events. All books purchased for a Meet the Author signing will be delivered after the end of the festival.
All signings will be held via Zoom. The signings will be recorded for promotional purposes.
Family secrets, sinister murders, a divided Edinburgh - the next thrilling medical mystery in the historical crime series featuring duo Will Raven and Sarah Fisher
The debut graphic novel by award-winning New Yorker cartoonist Will McPhail, In is intimate and accessible, a smart commentary on modern life and a joyful celebration of being human.
A captivating, powerful and luminous story from a bestselling, award-winning author about a mother, a daughter, and the great Greenland shark. With mesmerising black and yellow illustrations and presented as a deluxe hardback with tracing paper inserts, this is a perfect gift for 9+ fans of Philip Pullman, David Almond and Frances Hardinge.
Yet as their love grows, they discover that the world around them is changing - and they cannot escape the curse for ever .
Unfinished. Man Dying. A great painter lies on his deathbed. Max Porter translates into seven extraordinary written pictures the explosive final workings of the artist's mind.
'Kennedy is a superb writer and the canniness of her observation keeps you reading' Sunday Times Humour, fantasy, rage and despair both help and hinder the protagonists of these stories as they navigate changing circumstances, accumulating losses, moments of comprehension and tenderness.
A hug in book form - the number one Sunday Times bestselling author of Reasons to Stay Alive rethinks the self-help book
The true story of the most remarkable escape tunnel under the Berlin Wall, from the creator of the acclaimed BBC podcast.