Independent publishing house L.R. Price Publications held its latest book launch in Bloomsbury, London.
The event was hosted by presenter Amelia Mary. Special guest authors included: Angelique Manon, Jeremy Cameron; Michael Irwin and Matt McAvoy.
Among the books launched were the crime comedy Wider Than Walthamstow by Jeremy Cameron; the gritty prison biography My Life Began at Forty by Michael Irwin; the adult horror Granjy's Eyes by Matt McAvoy; and the erotic true life novel The Mirrored Box by Angelique Manon.
The event was introduced by the company's senior editor Matt Vidler and its managing editor Russell Spencer.
Russell Spencer explains why he started L.R. Price Publications.
"It was because of the quality of the literature out there and the lack of diversity in publishing.
We all know people with the most fantastic stories to tell and you always think to yourself that should be a book. But even when these people take the amazing step to write down their stories, they are often stopped from getting them published by a very closed off industry who aren't willing to help outsiders.
That's why we set up LR Price Publications to help talented but unknown authors, from all walks of life and backgrounds, to get their stories told and their words published to the wider world.
Over the last five years L.R. Price Publications has established itself as one of the leading independent publishers in London. One of our core principles of L.R. Price is that we give all authors a fair chance to present their stories to us."
If you are an author and would like L.R. Price Publications to consider publishing your book. Visit their website today: http://www.lrpricepublications.com