• Recent UK Sales

    05 Nov 2010

    Major Des Astor’s humorous The Arrse Guide to the British Army to Transworld.

    Juliet Barker’s Merrie England: Everyday Life in Medieval England at the time of The Peasants’ Revolt to Little Brown.

    Malcolm Castle’s memoir of his thirty years service with Shrophire Fire Service All Fired Up to Weidenfeld.

    Patrick Dillon’s children’s history The Story of Buildings to Walker Books.

    Alicia Eaton’s NLP Can Change Your Life to Simon & Schuster.

    Mary Hollingsworth’s The Borgia Chronicles: A year-by-year account of one of the most infamous families in history to Quercus .

    Mei Trow’s A Brief History of Cleopatra for Constable’s Brief History series.

    Mei Trow’s new crime fiction series featuring investigator Christopher Marlowe beginning with Dark Entry, set in Cambridge in 1583, to Severn House.

  • My Connor nominated as hero in Radio 1 Teen Awards

    04 Nov 2010

    Congratulations to Connor Rowntree who has been nominated in the category of Teen Hero, in the forthcoming Radio 1 Teen Awards, to be held at the Hammersmith Apollo on Sunday November 14th. Watch this space…..

    Connor’s story is told by his mother in My Connor.

  • I Won't Forgive What You Did at no 13.

    02 Nov 2010

    Congratulations to Faith Scott and Lynne Barrett-Lee whose I Won’t Forgive What You Did is at number 13 this week.

  • Mummy Told Me Not Tell is still at number 4

    02 Nov 2010

    Cathy Glass continues her long reign in the non-fiction paperback list with Mummy Told Me Not Tell still at number 4.

  • Mike Perham given Maritime Foundation Award

    30 Oct 2010

    Congratulations to Mike Perham who has been given an Outstanding Award by The Maritime Foundation at their Maritime Media Awards Dinner for his book Sailing the Dream.

    “The Certificate of Merit is awarded to the author of the most inspirational work and is written by a teenager whose courage and determination have earned him a place in the annals of outstanding accomplishments. Being alone, coping with life and death situations while always driving for a destination, is not something that can be taught at school. The author sought to make his impression as the youngest person to sail single handed around the world. A voyage described with modesty while also demonstrating a passion and sheer guts.”

    The judges commented: ‘This book will inspire young people to believe in their capacity to accomplish great feats of endurance in pursuit of meaningful purpose. We hope it will be made available to school and college libraries’

  • Three Agency titles in paperback non-fiction bestseller lists

    27 Oct 2010

    Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose Mummy Told Me Not To Tell is at number 4, with I Miss Mummy at number 18, and Faith Scott and Lynne Barrett-Lee whose I Won’t Forgive What You Did is at no 12.

  • What on Earth Wallbook

    25 Oct 2010

    Chris Lloyd launched the Pavement Edition of his What on Earth Wallbook last night.
    There will also be a formal ribbon-cutting launch ceremony on Monday morning (25th Oct) between 10 am and 12 noon where he will be repeating his talk and the gown of many pockets will have its second appearance.

  • Third agency bestseller in this week's list

    20 Oct 2010

    Congratulations to Faith Scott and Lynne Barrett-Lee whose I Won’t Forgive What You Did is no 12 in this week’s paperback non-fiction list.

  • Two Cathy Glass books in bestseller list

    20 Oct 2010

    Cathy Glass’s books continue to fill the charts. Mummy Told Me Not To Tell went to at number 8 ,after only two days on sale , whilst I Miss Mummy is at no 15.

  • Two agency books in paperback non-fiction bestseller lists

    13 Oct 2010

    Congratulations to Faith Scott and Cathy Glass who make the bestseller lists again this week.

    Faith’s I Won’t Forgive What You Didis no 9 in the paperback non-fiction chart, having sold 2,923 copies in the past week whilst Cathy’s I MIss Mummy is just behind at no 13 making it 15 weeks in the top 20.

    I Won’t Forgive What You Did was no 10 in the Sunday Times paperback non-fiction chart last week after only three days on sale.