News

  • More bestsellers this week

    21 Jan 2010

    The agency’s ‘misery memoirs’ continue to dominate the paperback non-fiction charts this week with

    Cathy Glass’s Hidden at no 7

    Cassie Harte’s I Did Tell, I Did at number 10,

    Harry Keeble and Kris Holington’s Baby X at no 11

    Cathy Glass’s Damaged at no 14

    Alice Jamieson’s Today I’m Alice at no 33

    Cathy Glass’s Cut at no 38

    Congratulations to all the authors.

  • Sunday Times bestsellers

    13 Jan 2010

    Bestseller lists vary. Here are figures for Sunday TImes non-fiction paperback this week:

    No 6 – Cassie Harte’s I Did Tell, I Did

    No 18 – Alice Jamieson’s Today I’m Alice

  • Six books in top 45

    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

  • Never Say Die in Amazon Top 50

    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

    http://www.itv.com/lifestyle/thismorning/more/mikeandmelaniedavies/

  • Two authors in top ten

    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.

  • Another no 1

    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.

  • I Did Tell, I Did remains in top ten

    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 .

  • Recent Deals

    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.

  • Two books in top twenty

    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.

  • Three authors in top thirteen paperback non-fiction list

    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.