13 Jan 2010
Congratulations to Cathy Glass who has three books in the paperback non-fiction list:
Damaged at no 7
Hidden at no 12
The Saddest Girl at 45
Three other agency authors make the top forty:
Cassie Harte’s I Did Tell, I Did at no 18
Alice Jamieson’s Today I’m Alice at no 33
Harry Keeble and Kris Hollington’s Baby X at 40
12 Jan 2010
Mel Davies’s appearance on This Morning discussing her memoir Never Say Die immediately propelled her into the Amazon top 50 . More details at
07 Jan 2010
Cassie Harte’s I Did Tell, I Did is at no 10 in the paperback non-fiction list giving the agency two authors in the top ten list this week.
06 Jan 2010
Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose memoir Damaged is no 1 in paperback non-fiction this week. Her other memoirs Hidden and The Saddest Girl in the World are respectively no 11 and no 22.
31 Dec 2009
Cassie Harte’s I Did Tell, I Did remains in the top ten for paperback non-fiction this week at no 8 .
30 Dec 2009
Tim Newark’s sequel to Highlander, The Fighting Irish, to his regular publisher Constable.
Claudia Spahr’s Good Time Baby: The essential Guide to mums over 35 to Hay House.
Frank Ledwidge’s Emperor’s Old Clothes, a critique of recent British military policy, to Yale.
17 Dec 2009
Congratulations to Cassie Harte and Cathy Glass whose memoirs, I Did Tell, I Did and The Saddest GIrl in the World, remain in the top twenty respectively at no 7 and no 19.
09 Dec 2009
Cassie Harte’s I Did Tell, I Did is at no 5.
Alice Jamieson’s Today I’m Alice is no 12.
Cathy Glass’s The Saddest GIrl in the World is no 13.
09 Dec 2009
Congratulations to MIke Perham who has been chosen by Time Magazine third in a list of heroes for 2009.
03 Dec 2009
Mel Davies’s memoir Never Say Die was launched in Swansea last night.
A double spread feature in the Daily Mail appeared today and she is due to appear on This Morning later this week.