Thursday, April 21, 2011

Scorpia Rising

Scorpia Rising has regained the No.1 spot this week.
City of Fallen Angels is No. 2

Monday, April 18, 2011

Floor to Ceiling Books

Nice review of Patrick Ness' Monsters of Men.
Review of Ask and the Answer features further down the page.
Lots of fantasy writting covered here too

Floor to Ceiling Books: "Monsters of Men is the third and final novel in the Chaos Walking trilogy by Patrick Ness, and has been shortlisted for the Arthur Clark awa..."

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Michelle Gayle on Tom Dunne Show

Michelle Gayle will be on The Tom Dunne Show, (Newstalk) on Monday 18th April 2011 at 11.05am
Walker Books ISBN 978-1406330885

Upcoming publicity for A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

Patrick Ness will visit Dublin on Thursday 12th May.
There will be a public event in Eason, O Connell St Dublin at 6.30pm on 12th after which Patrick will sign copies of A Monster Calls and his best selling Chaos Walking series.

Publicity on the way for A Monster Calls
The Irish Times Magazine.
Review in Irish Times
The Green Room with Orla Barry - Newstalk.
More updates to follow.

Ladder to The Moon on Tubridy (2FM)

Ryan Tubridy interviewed Maya Soetoro-Ng, sister of President Barak Obama on Friday Morning 15th April 2011
Click here for link. Interview starts 80 minutes into show.

Walker Books ISBN 978-1406333381

Little Island reviews in Irish Times

Both Flick and Thin Ice from Little Island are reviewed today in the Irish Times by Robert Dunbar

Weekend Review
16 Apr 2011

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Ireland Top 10 Childrens Book Chart 11/4/11

No. 1 City of Fallen Angels
No. 2 Scorpia Rising

A first for Walker Books in Ireland - both No. 1 & No. 2 positions!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Anthony Horowitz Straight to No. 1 in Ireland

With only half a week sales, Scorpia Rising by Anthony Horowitz has stormed to the top of the Irish Bestseller charts. Scorpia Rising is the final book in the International Bestselling Alex Rider series published by Walker Books.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Earn your stripes: The Irish Times, 02 Apr 2011

This Where's Wally? flashmob made headlines in all Irish media including the RTE 6 and 9 o'clock news. The world record attempt will happen in June when we will also run a huge month-long Wheres' Wally? promotion in bookshops across Ireland.

Earn your stripes:
Photograph: David Sleator
The Irish Times
02 Apr 2011

Where’s Wally? Announcing details of a bid to break the world record for the most “Wallies” in one place, a flash mob of 150 Wallies hit the streets of Dublin yesterday. The bid will be attempted as part of the Street Performance World more...