News

  • New Cathy Glass title to Harper Colllins

    10 Jun 2012

    Harper Collins have bought Cathy Class’s latest book Happy Mealtimes - for Kids: Quick and simple meals that children love in which she shares successful recipes, loved by children of all ages (and adults), together with useful information on food, and tips for ensuring children eat healthily.

  • Recent Foreign Rights Sales

    10 Jun 2012

    Chinese deals for Roger Crowley’s first three books - Constantinople, Empires of the Sea, City of Fortune.

    Polish rights in Clare Mulley’s The Spy Who Loved .

    German rights in Maths on Trial by Coralie Colmez and Leila Schneps.

    Danish rights in Sam Pivnik’s Survivor.

  • No 2 Sunday Times bestseller

    10 Jun 2012

    Sam Faiers’s Living Life the Essex Way, ghosted by agency author Emma Donnan, is no 2 in the Sunday Times General hardback list this week.

  • New Words with Jam column

    10 Jun 2012

    Andrew Lownie’s latest column in Words with Jam can be found at issuu.com

  • Three agency titles in best seller lists

    01 Jun 2012

    This week’s Bookseller non-fiction best seller charts has three agency titles:

    Living Life the Essex Way at no 9 in the hardback list

    Cathy Glass’s A Baby’s Cry at no 15 in the paperback list

    The Baby Laundry for Unmarried Mothers, ghosted by Lynne Barrett-Lee, at no 16

  • A Baby's Cry remains in best seller lists.

    31 May 2012

    A Baby’s Cry by Cathy Glass remains in the paperback non-fiction list at no 17 this week.

  • Agency title remains no 2

    31 May 2012

    Sam Faiers’s Living Life the Essex Way, ghosted by Emma Donnan, remains at no 2 in the hardback non-fiction list this week.

  • SS history is Main Selection offer from Military Book Club in the US.

    25 May 2012

    Congratulations to Adrian Weale whose history of the SS has just been chosen as a Main Selection offer from Military Book Club in the US.

  • Three agency titles in best seller lists

    24 May 2012

    Congratulations to Emma Donnan the ghost on Living Life the Essex Way, her first book, which was no 6 in the hardback non-fiction list last week and is no 2 this week.

    Cathy Glass’s A Baby’s Cry remains in the paperback non-fiction list at no 14 as does Lynne Barrett-Lee’s The Baby Laundry for Unmarried Mothers at no 18.

  • Two more foreign rights sales

    12 May 2012

    Portuguese rights in Casey Watson’s The Boy No One Loved and Crying for Help to Presenca and Romanian rights in Daniel Tammet’s Born on a Blue Day to Editura Philobia.