With the London Book Fair a mere two weeks away, the International Rights Department have been on fire! But first, a cover reveal:

The beautiful cover for Miranda Malins’  historical novel, The Puritan Princess, was revealed on Monday, and we absolutely love it. The book is published on 2nd April by Orion.

Clare Pooley’s The Authenticity Project, which was published in the US and Canada on 4th February, has hit No. 10 on the Canadian Bestseller lists!

The novel is also currently at No. 3 in the “Contemporary” category in the Canadian Amazon charts, alongside Gail Honeyman’s Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, which is at No. 2. The Authenticity Project is published in the UK on 2nd April by Penguin Random House / Transworld.

Beth Morrey’s Saving Missy, which was published by HarperCollins / HarperFiction this month, is at No. 12 on the Sunday Times bestseller list this week. The novel sold an incredible 1,266 hardbacks this week, bringing total sales to 4,404.

Bestselling author Fiona Valpy is going from strength to strength. This week, it was announced that she has reached 1 million readers across all of her titles with Amazon Publishing! Huge congratulations, Fiona.

Love, Unscripted by Owen Nicholls has received the most stunning review in the Canadian Globe and Mail: “a bittersweet, searching comedy with strong echoes of Nick Hornby’s 1990s classic High Fidelity”

Elizabeth Macneal’s The Doll Factorywhich is published in paperback next week by Pan Macmillan / Picador, is currently featured in the most stunning display at Waterstones Aberdeen – head down to check it out!

Daisy Pearce’s fabulous psychological thriller, The Silence, is back in the Kindle Bestseller Charts at No. 1 this week! Daisy is also the next author in our author interview series – check it out here.

Leah Hazard, whose bestselling novel, Hard Pushed (Penguin Random House / Cornerstone), was published in paperback last week, was featured in a fabulous article in Marie Claire this week, titled “Secrets of the labour ward – a midwife tells all“.

Melanie Golding’s Little Darlings has now sold an incredible 10,000 copies across paperback, ebook and audio.

Fiona Barton’s twisty psychological thriller, The Suspect, was published in paperback in the US this week by Penguin Random House / Berkley.

And on the international rights front, Macedonian rights to Sea of Memories, The Beekeeper’s Promise and The Dressmaker’s Gift by Fiona Valpy have sold to Kultura.

The Perfect Mother by Caroline Mitchell has sold to Kontinents in Latvia.

Miranda Malins’ The Puritan Princess has sold to Rowholt in Germany.

Czech condensation rights in The Echo Killing by Christi Daugherty have gone to Tasargo.

Hebrew rights to The Last Library by Freya Sampson have gone to Tchelet.

Good Girls Die First by Kathryn Foxfield has sold to Newton Compton in Italy.