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The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club: Part One Publication

  Dive in to The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club by Katie May, a wonderful and warm novel published in three digital parts, with Part One out today.   In this opening installment, we find Deb, newly separated from her feckless husband and struggling to start again on her own. When she begins to swim every day at Read More

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The Glow Of Fallen Stars by Kate Ling and The Spectacular Holly-Day by Dave Lowe: Publication Day

  It’s publication day for a duo of fabulous books! Kate Ling’s dazzling YA sequel to The Loneliness of Distant Beings is finally here: The Glow of Fallen Stars. For younger readers, Holly’s madcap adventures continue in The Spectacular Holly-Day by Dave Lowe.   Kate Ling’s The Glow of Fallen Stars, published by Little Brown, plunges Read More

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The Boy With One Name by J.R. Wallis: Publication Day

  A fantastical adventure story for middle-grade and beyond, The Boy With One Name by J.R. Wallis is published today by Simon and Schuster. Known for his YA novels The Dark Inside and All Sorts of Possible, J.R. Wallis has been shortlisted for various prizes, including the Branford Boase Award. The Boy With One Name is Read More

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MM Agency Authors at YALC

  Now in its fourth year, YALC – the Young Adult Literature Convention – is the place to be if you’re a fan of YA fiction. Bringing together fantastic authors, publishers and readers, three of our authors will be appearing this year across author events, writing workshops, book signings, book-themed activities and more.   Hayley Read More

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Harrogate Crime Festival and the Dead Good Awards

  If you thought getting a bunch of crime writers together would be dark and sinister, make sure you attend Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate one year and see how wrong you are.   On Friday we headed up to join eight MM Agency authors (C.L. Taylor, Mel Sherratt, C. J. Tudor, Read More

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Celebrating Small Acts of Oliphant

  After Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine spent its fifth week in the Sunday Times top 10 bestseller list, Friday 7th July was marked Eleanor Oliphant Day, a wonderful celebration for #SmallActsofOliphant.   From helping someone with their bag on the tube, or buying a Big Issue, to giving your parents a call for a Read More

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Two Top Ten Sunday Times Bestsellers

  Two of the top 10 Sunday Times bestsellers this week are MM Agency authors. What an incredible sentence to be able to write.   After just a partial week of sales, Fiona Barton‘s second novel The Child went straight into the chart at No. 9 making her a two-time bestselling author. The Widow, her Read More

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Summer at Buttercup Beach by Holly Martin: Publication Day

  As the recent heatwave becomes nothing more than a shimmer in our distant memory, Summer at Buttercup Beach by bestselling author Holly Martin is published today to remind us of what once was.   Bookouture publishes the second in the Hope Island series, which centers around Freya Greene who has hidden the fact that Read More

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The Child: UK Publication Day

The sun has risen on the UK publication day for The Child by Fiona Barton!   We’re always singing Fiona’s praises, so we will let others do the talking today. And they have lots to say about The Child:   Clever and compelling. You’ll love THE CHILD” Clare Mackintosh, Sunday Times bestselling author of I Let You Go and I See Read More

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US Publication Day: The Child by Fiona Barton

Today heralds the US publication of Fiona Barton’s hotly anticipated second book, The Child.   When an evening newspaper reveals the remains of a baby unearthed at a construction site, The Child’s story will be told…   In 2016 Fiona Barton’s explosive thriller, The Widow, became the bestselling debut hardback of the year, a Sunday Read More

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Eddy Stone and the Epic Holiday Mash-up by Simon Cherry shortlisted for Lollies

  Simon Cherry‘s hilarious opener to the Eddy Stone series Eddy Stone and the Epic Holiday Mash-up has been shortlisted for the 2017 Laugh Out Loud Awards.   The LOLLIES, organised by Scholastic, was launched last year to celebrate the best funny books in children’s literature, with David Baddiel as the inaugural winner. In its second year, Read More

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Two MM Agency Bestsellers

  As the working week draws to a close, we are delighted that two of our authors have made themselves comfortable in the bestseller lists.   The Escape by C.L. Taylor is No. 4 in this month’s Bookseller rankings for eBook, with nearly 10,000 copies sold in May alone. The explosive no.2 Sunday Times bestseller sits alongside Read More

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Roll Up! Publication day for Show Stopper by Hayley Barker

  Roll up, roll up for the deadliest show on Earth!   Hayley Barker‘s debut YA novel, Show Stopper is published today by Scholastic, along with an explosive trailer which you can watch below. A dazzling, high-octane read, it’s filled with death-defying acrobatics, circus crowds with an appetite for death and disaster, and two forbidden Read More

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Bring Me The Head of Ivy Pocket publication day

  The adventurous, hilarious Ivy Pocket trilogy by Caleb Krisp is completed today with the publication of Bring Me The Head of Ivy Pocket!   Our magnificently infuriating heroine is on the very brink of her greatest adventure: bound for London and Prospa House to save Anastasia Radcliff and young Rebecca Butterfield from fates worse Read More

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Virgin by Radhika Sanghani series airs in US

  Virgin by Radhika Sanghani, which was optioned by Blackpills last year for their new on-demand video platform, is now airing across the globe this month. Published by Harlequin in the UK and Penguin Random House / Berkley in the US, Publisher’s Weekly described the novel as a ‘story for millennials…a wonderful blend of modern Read More

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C.L. Taylor and Nuala Ellwood at CrimeFest 2017

  CrimeFest 2017, which took place in Bristol this weekend, saw two of our authors participate on panels across the weekend discussing families in crime, debut novels and war crime.   C.L. Taylor, the No. 2 Sunday Times bestselling author of The Escape and well-seasoned CrimeFest star, took part in a panel called You Are Read More

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Fiona Barton’s favourite cold-cases and The Child book trailer revealed

  Last year Fiona Barton told a tangled tale in The Widow, centered on long-suffering housewife Jean, her recently deceased husband, and the kidnapping he was accused of years before his death. Her latest thriller, The Child, out this June, sees the revival of another cold case when a journalist finds herself bound to chase the mystery of a baby’s skeleton Read More

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Kathryn Croft hits one million copies sold

  Kathryn Croft, our wonderful number one bestselling author, has reached a phenomenal milestone: one million sales!   As one of the bestselling authors of psychological thrillers in recent years, Kathryn’s books have all been huge digital successes, with The Girl With No Past hitting the top spot on Amazon.co.uk and The Girl You Lost Read More

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UK Publication Day for Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

  Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman is finally out in the UK today, published by HarperCollins.   Sold in 27 territories worldwide, and optioned by Reese Witherspoon who wants to star in a film adaptation of the novel, the love for Eleanor has been unstoppable. The Daily Mail called it “unforgettable, brilliant, funny & life-affirming” and Read More

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Reese Witherspoon’s Bookclub Choice

  Since sharing all of the incredible buzz around the American publication of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman, there’s been one more addition we just had to share.   Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon has picked Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine for her book club, calling it: ‘Beautifully written and INCREDIBLY funny, Eleanor Read More

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American Publication Day for Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

  The US publication day for the touching and unforgettable debut Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman, is finally here! We are over the moon for Gail, and there will be buzz aplenty in the New York offices of Penguin Random House, as Pam Dorman and her team at Pamela Dorman Books/Viking celebrate the Read More

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THE WIDOW shortlisted for British Book Awards and CrimeFest Audio award

  We are absolutely delighted to see Fiona Barton‘s debut novel, The Widow, shortlisted for Crime and Thriller of the Year at the British Book Awards and the CrimeFest Sounds of Crime category for best unabridged crime audiobook published in the UK. The winners will be announced on 8th May and 20th May respectively. The Widow Read More

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PUBLICATION DAY for MY SISTER by Michelle Adams

  Today marks the publication day for My Sister, a tense, twisting and incredibly fast-paced debut thriller from Michelle Adams, published by HarperCollins. The book has been sold in twelve different territories, and has been featured on Dead Good’s ‘Debuts to look out for 2017’ and was picked for 2017 in The Welsh Librarian.   Read More

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The Escape is the UK’s No.2 Bestseller!

  The Escape by C.L. Taylor hits No.2 on the Sunday Times Bestseller List in the second week of record-breaking sales.  Taylor’s latest psychological thriller entered the charts at No. 4 after a partial sales week on publication before rising to No.2 this week.   Published by HarperCollins, C.L. Taylor has now sold over one Read More

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THE MISSING by C. L. Taylor sells over 100,000 copies in paperback

  The Missing, the fourth psychological thriller from Sunday Times bestselling author C. L. Taylor has now sold over 100,000 copies in paperback since Avon published in April 2016. On publication it reached No. 6 on the Sunday Times bestseller list and No. 1 in the digital chart.   The Missing was shortlisted for the Dead Good Read More

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COVER REVEAL and early praise from Jojo Moyes for ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY FINE by Gail Honeyman

  HarperCollins have now revelead the incredible UK cover for ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY FINE by Gail Honeyman, now sold in 29 countries across the globe and to be published by HarperCollins in May this year.   The book has been featured as one of The Observer’s eight debuts of 2017 and has already received rave reviews Read More

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Two MMLA authors selected for The Observer’s 2017 debut novelists

  We’re incredibly proud to see two of our authors on the list of eight 2017 debut novelists to watch in The Observer this weekend.   Gail Honeyman was one of two MMLA authors to be selected for her debut novel ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY FINE, which is to be published by HarperCollins in May Read More

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THE MISSING by C. L. Taylor chosen for World Book Night 2017

  We’re absolutely thrilled to see C. L. Taylor’s The Missing included in the selection of brilliant books being given away in care homes, youth centres, colleges, prisons, public libraries, mental health groups and other settings on World Book Night 2017.   The Missing is one amongst many in the selection including Of Mice and Read More

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The Widow by Fiona Barton included in in Best Books of 2016 by Publishers Weekly

We’re absolutely thrilled that The Widow, the Sunday Times bestseller by Fiona Barton, has been picked by Publishers Weekly in their Best Books of 2016.   Not only that but they also gave it an incredible review saying it is an “exceptional debut from British journalist Barton, who circles her [Jean’s] story as if it were Read More

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Fionnuala Kearney’s THE DAY I LOST YOU included in Bookseller’s Heatseekers

We were thrilled this week to see Fionnuala Kearney’s The Day I Lost You at No. 6 on The Bookseller’s Heatseekers Fiction after it reached No. 4 last week.   A beautiful story about a mother’s journey after losing her daughter in an avalanche, bestselling author Susan Lewis described The Day I Lost You as “Incredibly Read More

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Holly Bourne in conversation with BuzzFeed

Yesterday, this amazing interview with Holly Bourne went live on BuzzFeed. After #IAmAFeminist trended worldwide on publication of What’s  A Girl Gotta Do?, Holly found herself reliving Lottie’s own character arc, reporting and blocking abusive Twitter trolls. Take a look at the full interview for some inspiring words from Holly and here’s an excerpt below: Read More

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Simon Cherry’s EDDY STONE AND THE EPIC HOLIDAY MASH-UP features on lovereadingforkids.com

We are pleased to announce that Simon Cherry’s swashbuckling pirate adventure, EDDY STONE AND THE EPIC HOLIDAY MASH-UP, has been chosen as one of this weeks staff picks on lovereadingforkids.com, as well as being chosen as their debut novel of the month for the 7-9 year old category.   Lovereading4kids’ editorial expert Andrea Reece praises Read More

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THE WIDOW by Fiona Barton is a Spanish Bestseller!

 Sunday Times and New York Times Bestseller THE WIDOW by Fiona Barton has now also become a bestseller in Spain! LA VIUDA entered the various bestseller charts at numbers 7, 9 and 10:   We are over the moon that THE WIDOW is rapidly becoming an international bestseller!

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Holly Bourne’s AM I NORMAL YET? wins Lancashire Book Award 2016

We are absolutely delighted to announce that our bestselling YA author, Holly Bourne, has won the 30th annual Lancashire Book of the Year Award , 2016, with her  fantastic novel AM I NORMAL YET?   The award is voted for by Year 9 students in twelve high schools around the county. Each school is given Read More

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US Publication THE LIE by CL Taylor

Sourcebooks are publishing Sunday Times Bestseller CL Taylor’s gripping and disturbing psychological suspense THE LIE in the United States today!   “A [dark]…gripping thriller” – Publishers Weekly   “A gripping and disturbing psychological thriller.” – Claire Mackintosh, author of I Let You Go   “My heart was racing after I finished CL Taylor’s brilliant new book Read More

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Publication Day for THE CRESSWELL PLOT by Eliza Wass

Today is the US publication day for the dark and chilling THE CRESSWELL PLOT by Eliza Wass. It is being published by Disney Hyperion, and here are some of the fantastic reviews so far:   “A breathtaking, gut-wrenching coming-of-age saga. Readers will be swept into the Cresswells’ claustrophobic world and ache for them long after it’s set aflame”―Kirkus Read More

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New Spinster Club novella from bestselling YA author Holly Bourne

Following the phenomenally successful Am I Normal Yet?, How Hard Can Love Be?, and the soon to be published What’s a Girl Gotta Do? Holly Bourne is back this winter with a Spinster Club special.   …And a Happy New Year? – a Spinster Club novella – will be published in hardback by Usborne on Read More

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WHAT’S A GIRL GOTTA DO? by Holly Bourne named Bookseller’s ‘Book of the Month’

We are excited to see that What’s a Girl Gotta Do? by Holly Bourne has been selected as the Bookseller’s ‘Book of the Month’ for teen readers this upcoming August! This is the third and final installment in Bourne’s spirited trilogy, which follows three young women as they struggle to overcome the perils of love, friendship, Read More

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World Book Night and Holly Bourne’s AM I NORMAL YET?

World Book Night was this weekend, and we were so excited that Holly Bourne’s Am I Normal Yet? was one of the fifteen fantastic titles on their list to be given away this year.   The list was curated to reach specific audiences with different attitudes or approaches to reading, and the selection of Am I Read More

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Publication Day for IN THE DARK, IN THE WOODS

Today is the publication of Eliza Wass’s haunting debut IN THE DARK, IN THE WOODS, which is being published by Quercus Books.   Pre-Publication Praise “it’s a breathtaking, gut-wrenching coming-of-age saga from all sides. Readers will be swept into the Creswells’ claustrophobic world and ache for them long after it’s set aflame. A harrowing, pulpy page-turner along Read More

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Publication Day for THE MISSING

C. L. Taylor’s stunning new thriller THE MISSING is published today by HarperCollins/Avon.   Buy your copy here   #TheMissing is already trending on Twitter; it seems that everyone is as excited about this dark and gripping new book as we are.   To hear more about the book from the author herself you can Read More

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Pre-Publication Praise for THE MISSING

Our Sunday Times bestselling author C.L. Taylor has received excellent pre-publication praise for her latest psychological thriller.   The Missing will be published by HarperCollins / Avon on 7th April 2016.  The launch will be supported by all major retailers across the UK, and there is an exclusive website dedicated to the book.   “The Read More

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US publication for THE WIDOW by Fiona Barton

Fiona Barton‘s Sunday Times bestselling debut, THE WIDOW, is now available for readers in the US.   For fans of Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train, an electrifying thriller that will take you into the dark spaces that exist between a husband and a wife.   When the police started asking questions, Jean Read More

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Publication day for THE WIDOW

Fiona Barton’s much anticipated debut THE WIDOW is published by Transworld in hardback today. It has already been sold in 28 territories, and is set to be the next THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN.   Buy your copy here   Jean Taylor’s life was blissfully ordinary. Nice house, nice husband. Glen was all she’d ever Read More

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The Widow at Crime in the Court

Goldsboro Books hosted the fourth Crime in the Court evening on the 25th June to coincide with Independent Booksellers Week. This event celebrates crime fiction, and crime fans gathered to meet the best crime writers published today.  MM Agency author Fiona Barton attended with her publisher Transworld (also the publisher of The Girl on the Read More

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MM Agency at the London Book Fair 2015

Last week, the MM team spent an intense, but highly fulfilling, three days at the London Book Fair 2015  meeting international publishers and producers from all corners of the globe. With prime positioning at the entrance of the International Rights Centre, under the spectacular skylights (in fluke 25 degrees heat!),  we welcomed over 200 international publishers, scouts and Read More

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Fionnuala goes straight in at No.10!

Fionnuala Kearney’s wonderful debut YOU, ME AND OTHER PEOPLE reaches No.10 in  Ireland’s original fiction chart this week. We are absolutely thrilled to announce that YOU, ME AND OTHER PEOPLE has already made it into Ireland’s Original Fiction Chart just one week after its publication! Past authors featured include Dan Brown, Jodi Picoult,  Jonasson Jonas and Hosseini Khaled. Fionnuala has Read More

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Counting down to the publication of YOU, ME AND OTHER PEOPLE!

We are eagerly counting down the hours until the publication of Fionnuala Kearney’s  stunning debut:  YOU, ME AND OTHER PEOPLE This fabulous book will be launched tomorrow in Dublin where the MM agency will be celebrating with Fionnuala and her publisher Harper Collins. ‘Definitely one for fans of Liane Moriarty, Jojo Moyes and David Nicholls’  The Read More

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Australian success for Kathryn Croft!

We’re thrilled to announce that Kathryn Croft’s wonderful title BEHIND CLOSED DOORS has reached the No. 1 spot in the Australian Kindle Chart. Popularity for Kathryn Croft’s powerful thriller is far-reaching and the suspenseful title has hit the number 1 spot in Amazon Kindle sales on the other side of the world! Visit the Amazon kindle page by clicking Read More

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A BOY CALLED HOPE shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize

We are thrilled to announce that  LARA WILLIAMSON’S incredible debut has been shortlisted for the prestigious Waterstones Children’s Book Prize! The Waterstones Children’s Book Prize, now in its eleventh year, will be celebrated on the 26th of March at a ceremony at Waterstones’ flagship Piccadilly store. The prize champions new and emerging talent in children’s Read More

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The official paperback publication of One Wish

We’re delighted to announce the paperback publication of the wonderful ONE WISH by Maria Duffy! The latest book by Maria Duffy is an uplifting story of love and family set against gritty real-life problems. It looks wonderfully inviting sitting at 6th place on the fiction chart in WH Smith. ‘Funny and entertaining…an engaging and light-hearted Read More

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The Madeleine Milburn Literary Agency in 2014

What a successful year! News Roundup from 2014 at the MM Agency January Exciting Film news! Cally Taylor’s romantic comedy Home For Christmas (Orion) is optioned by Brighton-based company Jump Start Productions.  Emma Garcia’s debut novel Never Google Heartbreak (Hodder) is optioned by producer Adam Rolston of A Street Cat Named Bob (Hodder). February Night School: Fracture, the third book in the Night Read More

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The Guardian’s Best Books of 2014!

We are proud to report that our fabulous YA author, Holly Bourne’s witty page-turner has been included in The Guardian’s Best Children’s Books of 2014 list!  Coming to the end of 2014 the Guardian have decided to share their favourite children’s and YA books from the past year. The list is complied by The Guardian children’s Read More

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Lara Williamson Shortlisted for 8 Book Awards!

We are extremely proud of LARA WILLIAMSON, author of A BOY CALLED HOPE which has been shortlisted  for an incredible 8 book awards! This beautifully moving title has proved popular with readers of all ages and nominated for the following prestigious awards:  Leeds Book Awards 2015(9-11 category) Cheshire Schools’ Book Awards Hillingdon Secondary Book of the Year Read More

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Fingers Crossed for Mel Sherratt tonight!

The winner of the CWA 2014 Dagger in the Library Award to be announced tonight! Mel Sherratt, alongside four other popular crime writers, was shortlisted for the renowned award – the winner will receive the award at the CWA Dagger in the Library Award  ceremony in central London this evening. Unlike most other literary prizes, The Dagger Read More

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Radhika Sanghani promotes gender-neutral book covers!

In a recent article for The Telegraph Radhika Sanghani welcomes Ladybird’s decision to produce gender-neutral book covers for children and claims other publishing houses should wake-up and follow suit. In the article Radhika emphasizes how gender stereotypes have been consistently prevalent in all forms of media, most notably, in children’s merchandising. She explains how gendered covers Read More

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Lara Williamson – Shortlisted for Three Children’s Book Awards!

The best news always comes in threes… Congratulations to Lara Williamson and her delightful debut novel, A BOY CALLED HOPE. In addition to the Lancashire Fantastic Book Awards nomination, A BOY CALLED HOPE has been nominated for both the Oxfordshire Book Awards 2015 and the Hounslow Junior Book Awards 2015. These children’s book awards were Read More

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Agency authors and international publicity

Author of the international bestselling Night School series C.J. Daugherty has been on several international tours this year, seeing her publishers and fans at book signings, panel events and literary festivals. Recently, C.J attended the Festival du Livre de Mouans-Sartoux in France, and towards the end of this month, she’ll be attending the Krakow Book Fair with Read More

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Radhika Sanghani BBC News and Huffington Post interviews

Radhika Sanghani on the BBC’s Meet the Author Radhika Sanghani’s episode of Meet The Author will be airing tonight (September 18th) at 7.45pm on the BBC News Channel. Radhika Sanghani interview with The Huffington Post ‘When you hear that the late, great Joan Rivers “loved” a new novel, you know that it was unlikely to Read More

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MM Agency: News & Reviews

Radhika Sanghani in the Evening Standard ‘It’s a wry and squeamish look at today’s social and sexual pressures…’ Read the full article here Virgin is released in the UK on September 12th The Manifesto on How to be Interesting by Holly Bourne is No. 1 in the Waterstones School Chart Read Holly Bourne‘s article, Why School Read More

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Get WATCHING OVER YOU at a discounted price on Amazon

The Kindle edition of Watching Over You by Mel Sherratt is available at the discounted price of £0.99 on Amazon. Get the ebook now! Also at a reduced price: Get the paperback now! “Watching Over You is Mel’s best novel to date. The writing is tight and emotive in this unsettling story of inadequacy, jealousy Read More

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ONE WISH by Maria Duffy is the Ireland:AM book club choice for August!

One Wish by Maria Duffy has been chosen by Ireland AM on TV3 as their book club choice for August Previous months have featured books by Shelia O’Flanagan, Joseph O’Connor, Donna Tartt and Helen Fielding  Ireland:AM invites viewers to send in reviews during the month for the chance to win a prize. Click here to Read More

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MM Agency: News & Reviews

Paperback publication day for Where Memories are Made by Lynda Page Jolly’s campers are guaranteed to have a holiday to remember, but that’s not always easy to achieve thanks to the array of colourful characters who pour through Jolly’s gates. Following on from The Time of our Lives, Lynda Page’s nostalgic saga of fun, frolics Read More

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Holly Bourne SOULMATES front cover promotion on The Telegraph

The Soulmates #Discover offer is featured on The Daily Telegraph front cover today! iBooks secured this coverage along with an inside ad too. #Discover HOLLY BOURNE with iBooks – TODAY ONLY! #Soulmates #Discover Soulmates has already reached No. 1 in the free charts! An epic, electrifying and extraordinary debut about falling in love Holly Bourne’s Read More

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Happy Birthday Night School!

Enormous congratulations to C.J. Daugherty whose fourth book in the bestselling Night School series hits the shelves today. Night School: Resistance, published by Little, Brown/Atom, sees Allie returning to Cimmeria Academy to find the school in turmoil. The atmosphere is thick with danger. The fightback starts here. Everything is at stake now. The winner takes all… Read More

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MM Agency: News and Reviews

C.J. Daugherty C.J. Daugherty’s Night School series is a German bestseller Night School Resistance (Book 4)  is in * * No. 1 * * on the Kindle charts in Germany C.J. recently went to the Oetinger offices in Germany to sign 400 copies of Night School Resistance She will be returning to Germany tomorrow, for Read More

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MM Literary Agency: News and Reviews

Emma Garcia’s Never Google Heartbreak launched in America ‘Clever, witty and downright hilarious,’ Never Google Heartbreak by Emma Garcia has now been launched in America (Bookouture). US readers can buy copies on Amazon, iBookstore and Barnes & Noble * Karen Ross Mother of the Year launch On Monday we celebrated the launch of the Lucy Read More

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Wicked Ambition is published in America today

Scandalous, sexy and page-turningly brilliant, Wicked Ambition is published in America today (Bookouture), available on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca. Victoria Fox’s latest bonkbuster is perfect for fans of Jackie Collins, Tilly Bagshawe and Tasmina Perry. “I think Wicked Ambition might be my naughtiest, sexiest book yet…  Now Magazine said ‘After you’ve finished reading Ms Fox’s latest scandalicious bonkbuster, you’ll Read More

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Don’t Stand So Close – Official UK publication with Transworld

Luana Lewis’ debut psychological suspense thriller, Don’t Stand So Close, is published in hardback today by Penguin Random House imprint Transworld Publishers. What would you do if a young girl knocked on your door and asked for your help? If it was snowing and she was freezing cold, but you were afraid and alone. What Read More

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Publication day for THE DARK INSIDE

     Huge congratulations to Rupert Wallis on the publication of his debut novel, THE DARK INSIDE. As part of Simon & Schuster’s blog week, today Rupert will talk about his experience of the publishing process. You can read the blog post on So Many Books, So Little Time. ‘What my editor, Jane, helped me to do Read More

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News & Reviews: Geoffrey Malone and Lara Williamson

GEOFFREY MALONE Stephen King, The School Librarian ‘This harrowing tale of 12 year of Sam Mbale is sure to be popular with boys aged 10 to 14. … The descriptions of forced marches, AK-47 training and drug-fuelled shoot-outs with rival private armies leave little to the imagination, but the subject is handled in such a sensitive Read More

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