• Agency titles in bookseller charts

    15 Jun 2012

    Hardback non-fiction

    3 Living Life the Essex Way ghosted by Emma Donnan

    Paperback non-fiction

    13 Little Prisoners by Casey Watson

  • The Daily Beast's Father’s Day 2012 Gift Ideas: 13 Best Books for Dad:

    14 Jun 2012

    Congratulations to Geoff Roberts whose life of the Russian commander Zhukov , Stalin’s General, just published in the US by Random House, has made The Daily Beast’s Father’s Day 2012 Gift Ideas: 13 Best Books for Dad:

  • Living Life the Essex Way was no 1

    13 Jun 2012

    The Sunday Times best-seller list was, I’m told, incorrect and Living Life the Essex Way was actually no 1 last week.

  • The Girl with No Name sold in US

    13 Jun 2012

    Marina Chapman’s memoir of being brought up by monkeys in the Columbian jungle , already sold to UK, Canadian, Australian and several European publishers, has been bought by Pegasus who will publish next spring.

  • Living Life the Essex Way remains at no 2

    12 Jun 2012

    Sam Faiers’ Living Life the Essex Way remains at no 2 in the hardback non-fiction list.

  • Little Prisoners goes straight into top ten

    12 Jun 2012

    Congratulations to Casey Watson whose Little Prisoners has entered the paperback non-fiction list in its first week at no 9.

  • Jimmy Tippett Jnr memoirs to John Blake

    10 Jun 2012

    John Blake has bought Born Gangster, the memoirs of Jimmy Tippett Jnr ghosted by journalist Nicola Stow, which takes the reader from the mean manors of South London, to the gloomy underbelly of Hull and the glitzy, sun-drenched millionaires’ playgrounds of the Costa Del Crime.

  • 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.