I went books shopping and spotted in the Foyle’s window display These Dividing Walls hardback I designed.
It was also a part of the new titles special promotion display inside the store.
Harmless Like You paperback makes an appearance.
The hardback is also a part of the front of store display.
Harmless Like You is shortlisted for The Desmond Elliot Prize 2017 and see my paperback cover design in the banner. I have said this numerous times but I’ll say it again anyway, this book is AMAZING!! (Not just saying it because I designed the cover.) Click on the image to go to the website and read more about this here.
The new paperback edition of Frostblood has an added special finish of a lovely shimmering red foil.
In the 07.04.17 issue of Evening Standard Magazine featuring actress Gemma Arterton, my cover design for The Lovers is picked as the top five books the ES team are reading right now!
I have proudly got my cover designs for the Inspector Chen series on display at the Daunt Books China section.
I have designed a new cover for the paperback edition of Harmless Like You. I am really pleased with the outcome and the book is an amazing read. In the past 1960s narrative, a Japanese girl has an ambition to be an artist, in the present day narrative her son is dealing with his feelings from his mother’s abandonment. I love how each chapter beginning, beautifully describes a different colour of paint that sets a particular mood. You can read examples of this on my Quotes page.
At Stanfords bookshop, we are globe trotting my book cover designs.
In Iceland, there are copies of Moonstone by Sjón. This is illustrated by the wonderfully talented Owen Gent.
Moonstone is also proudly part of The Best of European Literature display.
In Switzerland, there are multiple copies of The Gilded Chalet by Padraig Rooney displayed facing out in all its glory. The portraits of Byron, Mary Shelley and James Joyce are illustrated by the speedy and super talented Alan Vest. Alan also illustrates author portraits regularly for The Guardian, so it was great to have him on board with this project.
In Russia, two of the Irina Ratushinskaya fiction collection is spotted: Grey is the Colour of Hope and In the Beginning.
And among the Middle East and Central Asia section, The Lovers by Rod Nordland paperback edition sits beautifully.