Weekly Highlights (Oct 30th – Nov 5th)
It’s been another busy week at The Blair Partnership as we celebrated Halloween with some pumpkin decorating in the office and shared the agency’s highlights during our November company meeting!
On the 2nd of November, P.A. Staff’s fantastic debut, CASANDER DARKBLOOM AND THE THREADS OF POWER, was published! It’s the first instalment in a fantasy middle-grade series that flips the chosen one trope on its head, and if that isn’t enough to convince you to read, just look at that beautiful cover! Buy your copy here.
Also on the 2nd of November, Sir David Khalili’s memoir, THE ART OF PEACE, was published. For the first time, Sir David shares his extraordinary journey: one that has taken him through the souks of North Africa, the auction houses of Europe and the United States, the bazaars of South Asia, and far beyond. Buy THE ART OF PEACE here.
The love continues for Anbara Salam’s HAZARDOUS SPIRITS, which received a glowing review Scotland’s The Herald newspaper, which you can read here. In even more HAZARDOUS SPIRITS news, Anbara’s Poured Over podcast interview with Barnes & Noble went live this week, which you can check out here! You can also buy HAZARDOUS SPIRITS here.
Take a Break magazine has chosen Ruth Kelly’s THE ESCAPE as a November book club pick, calling the novel ‘atmospheric and darkly twisted!’ Find out what all the hype is about and buy the audiobook or ebook of THE ESCAPE here.
This week’s The Write & Wrong Podcast featured Sue H Cunningham as its star guest! Listen to Sue talk all about her experience as the author of TOTALLY DECEASED here. You can also buy the wonderfully witty YA murder mystery here!
In other news, THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF: KITCHEN CLASSICS has been featured in
Woman & Home’s December issue via its Christmas gift guide! To quote, ‘every kitchen should have a book like this’ (and we wholeheartedly agree!). Buy the cookbook here.
We also have some amazing international news about Robert Galbraith’s THE RUNNING GRAVE, which is that it’s currently #7 on the Spiegel Bestseller List and has sold over 14,000 hardbacks to date!
We had not one, not two, but THREE clients feature in the Rugby World Cup final this year! We couldn’t be more proud of Wayne Barnes, Siya Kolisi, and Ardie Savea.
This week, even more The Little Big Things musical news was shared! Not only has a new trailer for the musical been released, but it was announced that it will be joining the line-up for the 2023 Royal Variety Performance! A huge congrats to Henry Fraser and all that he’s achieved.