What a week we’ve had. TEN agency books were published, our brilliant authors have had fabulous write ups, and we’ve had some fabulous deal news.
Leah Hazard, whose acclaimed memoir, Hard Pushed, is published in paperback on 20th February, appeared on Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4 this week to talk on the subject “Should more be being done to welcome fathers onto maternity wards?” Hard Pushed was also included in the February paperback round-up in The Times this week.
Wintering, the stunning memoir by Katherine May, was featured in the Guardian as “Book of the Day” this week. They said: “If therapy is a talking cure, this beautiful book – Wintering – is a reading cure.” Katherine also appeared on BBC Radio 2 this week and hit No. 3 on Amazon’s “Movers and Shakers” charts.
It’s been quite a day for Wintering – Radio 2, that amazing Observer review, and then this: #3 in the Amazon Movers & Shakers chart. Blimey 😳 pic.twitter.com/R4Ya4bxMPz
— ❄️Katherine May❄️ (@_katherine_may_) February 2, 2020
Beth Morrey’s stunning debut, Saving Missy, was published in the UK this week by HarperCollins / HarperFiction. Beth did a brilliant interview on BBC Radio 2’s programme “Good Morning Sunday” about Saving Missy, and was featured in Amazon’s “Movers and Shakers” charts. Beth also did a fantastic Q & A for Suffolk Library this week!
Clare Pooley’s uplit novel, The Authenticity Project, was published this week by Penguin Random House / Pamela Dorman Books. It was featured as on of the New York Post‘s “Best Books of the Week” this week, as well receiving a stunning review from USA TODAY: “”The Authenticity Project” is an enjoyable read that is cozy – or as its British characters would have it, cosy – in the best sense of the word.”
Owen Nicholls’ gorgeous romantic comedy, Love, Unscripted was selected as one of the “Best Romance Books of February” on Amazon US, as well as being chosen as one of “17 Romantic Books to Fall in Love with this Valentines Day” on Buzzfeed.
It's me, extremely No#1 in the Kindle charts pic.twitter.com/jdDlxdQXOT
— Daisy Pearce (@DaisyPearce3000) February 1, 2020
Polish rights to The Dressmaker’s Gift have sold to Swiat Ksizki.