Waterstones children’s laureate Cressida Cowell is heading the line-up of authors and illustrators at children’s digital book festival Reading is Magic.
Gollancz has landed a sci-fi debut by fantasy novelist Miles Cameron, who also writes historical fiction as Christian Cameron.
BBC Books has picked up Behind the Sequins, a book by dance star and “Strictly” head judge Shirley Ballas detailing her “dramatic and determined” life.
DK will to publish What Mummy Makes: Family Meal Planner in December 2020, the follow-up to What Mummy Makes: Cook Just Once for You and Your Baby by Rebecca Wilson.
Del Rey UK, Cornerstone's science fiction and fantasy imprint, will publish The World of Critical Role, a "definitive guide" to the history of the online web series "Critical Role", written by cast of the series and author Liz Marsham.
UCLan Publishing's Hazel Holmes – who is part of the Rising Stars Class of 2020 and the founder of the Northern YA Literary Festival – shares her top tips for setting up your own event.
Simon & Schuster Children's is to publish Legendborn by debut novelist Tracy Deonn this autumn.
The hilarious and insightful diaries of Sasha Swire provide a laser-sharp view of British politics over the past decade
Weidenfeld & Nicolson is publishing the first book by Rubik's Cube inventor Ernő Rubik—Cubed: The Puzzle of Us All—exploring what he has learned in "a lifetime of creating, curiosity and discovery".
Laurence King Publishing is rushing Back on Your Bike by Alan Anderson into its autumn 2020 list in anticipation of a post-Covid cycling boom.