It’s been a hugely exciting week on international rights front following Frankfurt Book Fair, and we’ve had TWO gorgeous cover reveals.
C.L. Taylor’s Sleep has sold an outstanding 4,037 copies this week, and is on the Top 20 Paperback list. It is also one of only two Richard & Judy titles in the Kindle Top 100, currently sitting at No. 67. Overall ebook sales are now at a phenomenal 84,274.
It was announced this week that Rona Halsall has sold an incredible 100,000 copies across all of her titles in just 14 months – a truly outstanding feat. Rona is the author of four psychological thrillers to date, Love You Gone, Keep You Safe, The Honeymoon and her most recent, Her Mother’s Lies. Huge congratulations, Rona.
Bestselling YA and Adult author Holly Bourne made an appearance on BBCR1’s LifeHacks podcast this week, talking about abuse in teenage relationships and her new YA novel, The Places I’ve Cried In Public. Listen in here.
Our International Rights Director, Liane-Louise Smith wrote a brilliant piece about international trends at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Check it out here.
And last but by no means least, new MMLA Agent Catherine Cho has written a brilliant piece about what she’s looking for and her first couple of weeks at the Agency.