• Living Life the Essex Way remains at no 3

    04 Jul 2012

    Congratulations to Emma Donnan, the ghost on Living Life the Essex Way which remains at no 3 in the Sunday Times non-fiction hardback chart.

  • Agency title is Radio 4 'Book of the Week'

    03 Jul 2012

    Daniel Tammet’s Thinking in Numbers is Radio 4’s BOOK OF THE WEEK the week commencing 20th August.

  • Foreign rights deals for Roger Crowley

    02 Jul 2012

    Theiss have bought German rights in Lords of the Navigation and Três Estrelas have bought Portuguese rights in Empires of the Sea .

  • Burma Railway memoir bought by Penguin

    30 Jun 2012

    Reg Twigg’s memoir of his time as a Japanese POW and working on the Burma Railway Sleepers of the Silent Forest has been bought by Penguin for publication next year.

  • Three agency titles sold in Poland

    28 Jun 2012

    Polish rights have recently been sold in: Cathy Glass’s m>A Baby’s Cry Claudia Spahr’s Right Time Baby Casey Watson’s Crying for Help
  • Greenpeace undercover memoir sold

    28 Jun 2012

    John Blake has bought Ross Slater’s memoir of his undercover infiltration of Greenpeace The Insider.

  • Living Life the Essex Way remains at no 3

    27 Jun 2012

    Congratulations to the ghost of Living Life the Essex Way which is spending its seventh week in the bestseller chart .

  • Little Prisoners is no 7

    26 Jun 2012

    Casey Watson’s Little Prisoners remains in the paperback non-fiction list at no 7.

  • S&S buy 1960s misery memoir

    23 Jun 2012

    Emily Mackenzie’s I Just Want to go Home, a memoir, set principally between 1966 and 1972 , of her childhood recounting beatings by her adopted mother and father, her time in care , her gang-rape and her subsequent life as a prostitute has been bought by Simon & Schuster.

  • UK rights sold in July 1914: Countdown to War

    23 Jun 2012

    Icon have bought UK rights in Sean McMeekin’s July 1914: Countdown to War which tells the story of Europe’s countdown to war between the bloody opening act on 28 June 1914 and Britain’s final plunge on 4 August . They will tie in with Basic’s US publication next year.