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YA Romantasy Panel: Rachel Greenlaw, Bea Fitzgerald, Kika Hatzopoulou and Shade Lapite in conversation with BookTok’s Cal Taylor, @libraryofcalcifer

Wednesday 28th February 2024
19:00 at Waterstones, London - Trafalgar Square

YA Romantasy Panel: Rachel Greenlaw, Bea Fitzgerald, Kika Hatzopoulou and Shade Lapite in conversation with BookTok’s Cal Taylor, @libraryofcalcifer




To celebrate the publication of Compass and Blade, j
oin us in welcoming YA authors Rachel GreenlawBea Fitzgerald, Kika Hatzopoulou and Shade Lapite in conversation with Cal TaylorBookTok's @libraryofcalcifer, to discuss the panel's latest releases and all things YA Romantasy!

 

Rachel Greenlaw’s hotly anticipated Compass and Blade is her debut YA fiction, and the first instalment of a brand new, highly original YA Romantasy trilogy.

 

Bea Fitzgerald is a Sunday Times bestselling author and content creator, writing romantic YA fantasy and entertaining followers on TikTok with her mythology-themed comedy account @chaosonolympusGirl, Goddess, Queen is her debut novel.

 

Kika Hatzopoulou is the bestselling author of Threads That Bind and its upcoming sequel, Hearts That Cut, out in June 2024.

 

Shade Lapite, in her debut novel Goddess Crown draws on her British-Nigerian heritage to create the world of her fast-paced, romantic and feminist YA fantasy. 















London - Trafalgar Square Waterstones, London - Trafalgar Square
Wednesday 28th February 2024
19:00

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