Irish press Little Island Books has sold North American rights to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for Meg Grehan’s The Deepest Breath.
Headline Home has acquired a “part memoir, part guide”, Real Life Money, by the woman who posted anonymously about her journey out of debt as @myfrugalyear on Instagram.
Tramp Press has bagged the “stunning” debut novel from Irish writer Niall Bourke.
Titan Books has signed Hannah Mathewson’s “beautiful and lyrical portal fantasy novel” set in an alternative universe London.
Orion’s non-fiction imprint Seven Dials is partnering with the National Railway Museum to publish The Big British Railway Puzzle Book, celebrating the history of the nation’s railways.
Elliott & Thompson has scooped How to be Hopeful by writer, performer and activist Bernadette Russell.
Doubleday has signed a “major” pre-emptive deal for world rights in two books from Anna Bailey with the first offers already in from France and Italy.
The merger of Simon & Schuster parent company CBS with US mass media conglomerate Viacom has been completed.
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