Gorgeous messages of enthusiasm have flown into my inbox:
“My copy of Bound was waiting for me when I came back from my forest walk today. I love it. It’s beautifully written, illustrated and produced and is so inspirational.” Jenny
Pre-launch celebrations began in Penzance, where the delectable No.56 hosted an evening of book signings and stationery delight. A local (self confessed) book geek blogger came by for an interview. Unsurprisingly, a quantity of inks and pens were also purchased.
Publication week began with a workshop for seventy in the hallowed halls of Hachette. No no…not daunting at all….
Hand-wrapped bars of Coco’s Gin & Tonic chocolate were delivered to all those involved in the production of Bound.
The London launch of Bound, in the shape of a sell-out workshop, was hosted at the legendary Foyles on Charing Cross Road. There was much folding and creating, all kept safe in a bright yellow origami envelope.
Meeting book-loving people and writing personal dedications on the fly-leaf of Bound is fast becoming a favourite occupation.
Discovering copies on the Golden Hare’s “Books of the Month” display shelves brings all smiles.
It’s such a pleasure to know that people are folding and cutting, sewing and gluing all these books together.
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Publishers Weekly has reviewed Bound.