We’re really feeling the love for our wonderful authors this Valentines day. The International Rights Department have been doing deals left, right and centre, and we’ve had some incredible chart news. Here are the highlights…
Following the launch of Beth Morrey’s gorgeous “coming-of-old” debut, Saving Missy, on Thursday last week, it has shot straight into the top ten in the Sunday Times bestseller list at an incredible No. 9.
Gail Honeyman’s multi-award-winning, multi-million copy bestselling novel, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine has come off the New York Times bestseller list after an outstanding 77 weeks. What a phenomenal achievement!
Robin Morgan-Bentley’s The Wreckage, which was published last week by Orion / Trapeze, is currently at No. 19 in the Crime & Thriller charts on Audible! The audiobook is narrated by actress Emilia Fox.
Clare Pooley was featured in a double page spread in The Bookseller this week ahead of the UK publication of her debut uplit novel, The Authenticity Project, by Penguin Random House / Transworld in April. The novel was published in the US last week by Penguin Random House / Viking / Pamela Dorman Books.
Katherine May has written a stunning piece for The Guardian this week, titled “Human hibernation: the restoring effects of hiding away in winter“. Katherine’s memoir, Wintering, was published last week by Penguin Random House / Rider Books.
Holly Bourne gave a wonderful talk at the Children’s Book Circle Eleanor Farjeon Award. The award ” recognises an outstanding contribution to the world of children’s books by an individual or organisation.”
Three Agency books have been included in the i News round up of “Kate Weston’s Diary of a Confused Feminist, Jennifer Iacopelli’s Break the Fall and Danielle Jawando’s And the Stars Were Burning Brightly.“:
Three agency books have been published this week.