Nosy Crow m.d Kate Wilson, Nielsen BookScan director for UK and Ireland Hazel Kenyon, and Empowered Author founder Sam Missingham are among the speakers confirmed for the first IPG international publishing forum.
My partner and I are both book nerds–we met working at a bookstore–but we don’t have a lot of overlap in our reading. He tends towards science fiction and horror, and I read YA, literary fiction, and queer lit of all genres. When we do both read the same book, though, it’s always an interesting experience for me. I tend to immerse myself in books, absorbing the general emotions I get from the story, or the big ideas that it grapples with. I am a character-driven reader, while my partner is more plot-based. He can point out plot holes I...
Kitty and Alex Tait, Claire Finney and Gurdeep Loyal have made the shortlist for the Jane Grigson Trust Award 2021.
Head of Zeus has acquired the next two novels in Martin Edwards' Rachel Savernake series, Darkstone Falls and Sepulchre Street.
Bookshops in England can expect to reopen from 12th April, according to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's new roadmap for easing coronavirus restrictions, announced today (Monday, 22nd February).
I’ve been thinking a lot about reading lately. Given that I work as a publisher and co-host a book podcast that may not strike you as surprising, but thinking about reading isn’t the same as doing it.
Cassell will publish the “hilarious and unflinching” memoir from award-winning author and journalist Emma John about "what it means to be alone when everyone else isn't".
Penguin Michael Joseph is to publish Life Lessons, a book Captain Sir Tom Moore finished writing at the end of last year.
Fourth Estate has won a four-publisher auction for Eloghosa Osunde’s “radical and thrilling debut novel Vagabonds!