Zephyr, Head of Zeus' children's imprint, will publish two middle-grade children's books set in Ancient Rome from Annelise Gray.
Clerkenwell Films has optioned the TV rights for Rewind (Corvus, 2020) by Irish writer Catherine Ryan Howard.
Dhara Snowden, senior commissioning editor at Rowman & Littlefield takes The Bookseller behind the scenes.
The Beijing International Book Fair has finally made a public confirmation that it will be held as an online edition only this year. BIBF begins on 26th August.
In a week when print once again maintained sky-high sales, posting a 16% rise in value against the same week in 2019, and a 14.3% jump in volume, David Walliams and Tony Ross' The World's Worst Parents (HarperCollins) racked up a second week as the UK Official Top 50 number one.
NetGalley has added audiobook support to its platform and launched its first app allowing members to read and listen to its content.
Appledore Book Festival is to go ahead with its annual fixture this autumn, reinventing itself as the UK's first drive-in literary festival.
BAFTA-nominated actor Steven Mackintosh is to narrate the audiobook of Louise Candlish's 2020 thriller The Other Passenger (Simon & Schuster).
Bonnier Books UK's Templar will publish Raising the Roof: The Colourful Characters of Classical Music by composer Jack Pepper.
Jul 13 2020 President Donald Trump’s niece is free to release and discuss her damning book on the president’s family, a New York Supreme Court judge ruled on Monday. "Now that the unconstitutional gag order has finally been lifted, we are sure the White House and America are looking forward to finally hearing what Mary has to say," Chris Bastardi, a spokesperson for Mary Trump, said in a statement on Monday. Source: Politico More News Stories