Prizes, publicity and publications – we’re kicking off this week’s highlights with a gorgeous cover reveal…

Just look at this stunning cover for Ella Carey’s Beyond the Horizon, which is published by Bookouture on 26th August. We couldn’t love it more!

It’s been yet another wonderful week for Alexandra Wilson, whose brilliant memoir, In Black and White was published this week by Octopus. Following on from her interview and an extract from the book being published in the Sunday Times Magazine last week, she was this week featured in Grazia Magazine, The Telegraph, and did an interview on BBC Radio 4 Women’s Hour on Thursday. In Black and White was also featured as an Audible Top Pick.

We’re are thrilled to announce that Holly Bourne was the 4th bestselling UKYA author in 2019 – an incredible achievement!

Hannah Tovey’s moving, funny debut, The Education of Ivy Edwards, was published this week by Piatkus.

Abigail Mann’s hilarious debut, The Lonely Fajita (HarperCollins / One More Chapter), was published in audiobook this week.

Kathryn Foxfield took part in a brilliant interview with #UKTeenChat on Tuesday, talking all about her newly published YA horror, Good Girls Die First (Scholastic).

Miranda Malins was featured in the BBC History Magazine this week, talking about her debut historical novel, The Puritan Princess (Orion).

We are over the moon to announce that two Agency authors have been longlisted for the Historical Writer’s Association Debut Crown Award:

Jane Healey’s gothic debut, The Animals at Lockwood Manor was published in March by Macmillan / Mantle.

And Elizabeth Macneal’s historical debut, The Doll Factory, which was published by Macmillan / Picador in May last year.