This week we are excited to share an apocalyptic cover reveal, award nominations, epic television series news and more!

We were beside ourselves with excitement at the MM agency this week as it was announced that Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson (Penguin Random House / Michael Joseph) is going to be adapted by Hulu! You can read more about it here.

The cover of the final instalment of Ben Oliver‘s The Loop trilogy (Chicken House) was revealed this week, The Arc is set to close out the series in style!

Inga Vesper was on Alex Gray’s New Crimes panel at Bloody Scotland talking about her atmospheric murder mystery The Long, Long Afternoon (Bonnier / Zaffre) last weekend. Inga’s novel was also included in the the Love Reading Debut Books of the Month.

We were thrilled to see YA author Danielle Jawando’s And the Stars Were Burning Brightly (Simon & Schuster) on the Diverse Book Awards shortlist, congratulations Danielle!

We also shared the exciting news that there is another Anna Fargher book on the way, The Fire Cats of London (Macmillan Children’s) is an inspiring story of daring and courage and we can’t wait for you to read it.

Katie Kirby‘s The Extremely Embarrassing Life of Lottie Brooks (Puffin) is back at #15 in all books on Amazon, which is extremely brilliant indeed!

Good news too for Rona Halsall as her psychological thriller, The Liar’s Daughter (Bookouture) continues to entertain and surprise at #18 in the charts.

Julia Stone embarked on the blog tour for Her Little Secret (Orion Dash) this week; head over to Twitter to check it out and join in for reviews, questions and an insight into the writing process.

Clare Pooley‘s The Authenticity Project is storming the charts on the continent, it’s now at #17 in the German Der Spiegel Bestseller List.

We’re super proud of our amazing colleague Hayley Steed who has written an article for The Bookseller Disability Issue on how the industry needs to become more open and flexible in its approach to health and disability; you can read Hayley’s piece here.

We also closed this fantastic international deal:

Estonian rights to The Last Library by Freya Sampson have been sold to Eesti Raamat.