Greystone Books is to partner with William Collins on two forthcoming non-fiction titles by Peter Wohllebe, author of The Hidden Life of Trees, with William Collins buying paperback rights in a six-figure deal.
Noirwich Crime Writing Festival has today confirmed Anita Terpstra and Paddy Richardson will be its Unesco City of Literature virtual writers in residence for 2020.
Pavilion Books will publish Azmina Govindji’s latest book Vegan Savvy: The Expert's Guide to Nutrition on a Plant-Based Diet.
Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand's biography of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Finding Freedom (HQ), has ascended to the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling a princely 31,586 copies in its first five days on sale.
My first preview of non-fiction was published in The Bookseller on 11th August 2000.
Recently the way we find out about new titles has changed. We spend less time standing on train platforms next to a poster of your next read, many newspapers are reducing in size and the Guardian Review is going as far as closing altogether
Hutchinson has won Working Hard, Hardly Working by entrepreneur Grace Beverley after triumphing in a nine-way auction.
Novelists including Candice Carty-Williams, Beth O'Leary and Jeanette Winterson are in the running for the Comedy Women in Print Prize (CWIP).
Square Peg has signed two new books with Rukmini Iyer, bestselling author behind the Roasting Tin series.
Since bookshops began reopening in the UK on 15th June, hardback sales have soared against the same period in 2019.