Sandstone Press has acquired world rights to Puffins: Life on the Atlantic Edge directly from photographer and author Kevin Morgans.
PRH imprint Vermilion has scooped a “landmark” new full-color book from five-time number one New York Times bestselling author Dr Brené Brown.
I’ve waxed lyrical about The Wheel of Time on Book Riot before. It’s been a big part of my reading life and I’m approaching the end of my grand re-read, with less than 700 pages to go before I reach the end (again). I doubt it will be my last re-read. When you follow something so avidly for more than half your life, and there’s constant chatter about adaptations for film and tv that never come to pass, you start to think it will never really happen. But here we are, sixteen years since I picked up The Eye of...
Sir Quentin Blake has designed the cover for Tamesis Street, a forthcoming climate change story by global disaster relief organisation ShelterBox featuring an all-star list of contributors.
Reading Time: 3 minutesThe Best Book Marketing Minisode Round-Up is a recap of several minisodes on our Book Marketing Tips and Author Success podcast. Did you know you can listen to the best book marketing tips in under 10 minutes? It’s true–while our full length episodes are great for really digging into a topic, we also produce short and sweet “minisodes” where we focus on one particular aspect of book marketing or authorship and give it to you straight. Below is a short intro to a few of our minisodes, so if one or more of them piques your interest,...
Critics have dubbed Sally Rooney’s third book, Beautiful World, Where Are You (Faber), a “tour de force” with one calling it the author’s best novel.
American writer Janice Deal’s “Lost City” has won the Moth Short Story Prize 2021, judged by Ali Smith, while Stratford-upon-Avon butcher Kathy Stevens has scooped second prize.
Amazon is planning a global recruitment drive to hire 55,000 staff, including 2,500 in the UK, to accommodate the demand for online retail and digital advertising.
Trigger warning: unpopular opinion. I have long despised the idea of writers’ retreats. I entirely agree with the concept itself but felt it was in desperate need of diversification in order to suit different personality types and minds.
HarperCollins has launched its entry-level training programmes for 2022, including a traineeship scheme for those from underrepresented backgrounds.