We’re kicking off this week’s highlights with two gorgeous cover reveals…
The cover for Caroline Bishop’s The Other Daughter, has been revealed and it’s gorgeous. This brilliant novel is being published in July this year by Simon & Schuster.
The cover for Anya Glazer’s stunning new picture book, Thesaurus has a Secret, was revealed this week and it’s brilliant. This gorgeous book is published by HarperCollins in October this year.
It’s been a fabulous week for chart positions for two of our brilliant authors.
Beth Morrey’s Saving Missy, which was pudlished last month by HarperFiction / HarperCollins, is back in the Top 10 of the Sunday Times bestseller list at an incredible No. 10. This marks Morrey’s third consecutive week in the Top 20.
Leah Hazard’s Hard Pushed, which was published in paperback last week by Arrow / Penguin Random House, has hit the Non-Fiction paperback list at No. 10 this week.
We’ve also had six hugely exciting publications…
Manjeet Mann’s stunning YA novel, Run, Rebel, was published this week by Penguin Random House Children’s.
Jane Healey’s incredible gothic novel, The Animals at Lockwood Manor, was published this week by Mantle / Macmillan. Ahead of publication, the novel received some brilliant review quotes from Library Journal and Crime Reads, as well as being featured in the Sunday Times over the weekend.
Stephanie Wrobel’s twisty thriller featuring a toxic mother/daughter relationship, The Recovery of Rose Gold, was published this week by Michael Joseph / Penguin Random House.
Elizabeth Macneal’s The Doll Factory was published in paperback this week by Picador / Macmillan. This stunning novel is currently being featured in the most gorgeous window display in Waterstones, Piccadilly, and has been chosen as Waterstones “Fiction Book of the Month” for March.
Danielle Jawando’s fantastic middle grade novel, And the Stars Were Burning Brightly, was published this week by Simon & Schuster Children’s.
Andrea Michael’s stunning novel, The Book of Us, was published this week by One More Chapter / HarperCollins.
Both The Animals at Lockwood Manor by Jane Healey and The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal have been featured in this gorgeous display in Waterstones Edinburgh this week…
C.L. Taylor’s chilling thriller, Sleep (Avon / HarperCollins), is currently only 99p in the Amazon Kindle March sale! Get your copy here.
Clare Pooley’s The Authenticity Project, which was published in the US last month by Pamela Dorman Books / Penguin Random House, is currently celebrating its third week in the Indie bestseller list!
Namina Forna has made a BRILLIANT video ahead of the UK publication (Usborne) of The Gilded Ones in July…
UK & Commonwealth rights to Freya Sampson’s stunning “ode to libraries”, The Last Library, has been snapped up at auction by Zaffre / Bonnier and US rights have sold to Berkley / Penguin Random House in a major deal.
And on the international rights front…
Chinese Complex rights to The Recovery of Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel have sold to Faces.
Ben Creed’s City of Ghosts has gone to De Fontein in Holland.
Korean rights to How The Stars Came To Be by Poonam Mistry have gone to EduNTech.
Korean rights to Melissa Hogenboom’s The Motherhood Complex have gone to Hanmunhwa.
Czech rights in The Last Library by Freya Sampson have gone to Albatros Media.