Endemol Shine India has optioned Damyanti Biswas’ You Beneath Your Skin (S&S India, 2019) to develop as a multipart drama series, with all proceeds going towards social enterprises in the author’s native New Delhi.
Ulverscroft has acquired the large print, audio and download rights to Captain Tom Moore’s autobiography, Tomorrow Will Be a Good Day.
Irish actor Andrew Scott will narrate an audiobook of Emily Rodda's The Glimme, audio publisher Bolinda has announced.
Blogger and influencer Caroline Hirons' Skincare (HQ) shifted just under 33,000 copies through Nielsen BookScan in its first week on sale to become just the second fashion and beauty title to claim the UK's Official Top 50 number one—and the first for over 18 years.
Indian author Kritika Pandey has been announced as the overall winner of the Commonwealth Short Story Prize.
Survival mode; that’s how lockdown began for me, coming, as it did, off the back of two close family tragedies - the loss of both of my sisters in February and March respectively. “If only,” one family gag went, “we can get through April without anybody kicking the bucket we’ll be okay.”
The Trump family has filed a new lawsuit in the US to block the publication of Mary Trump's forthcoming exposé. It comes after Queen's County Surrogate Court dismissed the first motion on 23rd June.
Jhalak Prize co-founder Sunny Singh has called out the industry’s “moral failure” to reflect diversity at every stage of publishing.
W&N has acquired Jillian, a "savage, hilarious" novel about two employees at a gastroenterologist's office by Halle Butler.
HQ has acquired a memoir by the co-founder of the Women’s Equality Party Catherine Mayer and her mother Anne Mayer Bird, written after they were both widowed within weeks of each other just before the Covid-19 lockdown.