Simon & Schuster's global revenues for the first half of 2020 dipped 3%, down from $382m to $370m... Read more
The Bookseller has been acquired by the publisher of theatre magazine the Stage. Read more
Independent publishers have voiced their concerns about the “unstoppable juggernaut" of titles anticipated in September and the need to recuperate earnings after lockdown... Read more
Singer Tina Turner has written a guide to life using Buddhist principles, to be published by HarperCollins.
HarperCollins global revenues fell 4.4% in the financial year ending 30th June, including a 3% decline in the fourth quarter, according to figures from parent... Read more
Fourth Estate has won a five-publisher auction for the “dazzling” debut novel from PRH assistant editor Kasim Ali, in a six-figure two-book deal.... Read more
Headline has acquired an "ambitious" work centred on conflict in the Middle East by historian and author James Barr in a "heated" six-way auction.... Read more
Macmillan Children's Books has won a multi-publisher auction for a young fiction series by debut author Lola Morayo.
Movie animal trainer Julie Tottman has signed with Sphere to author two books, about two of the deserving animals she has rescued, loved and trained to appear... Read more
Hamza Jahanzeb Marketing executive at Icon Books
I usually don’t travel back to my hometown in Lancashire unless it's to visit family and friends - and that isn’t often, as I regularly catch up with them on their... Read more
Lachlan Brown Founder of Best By The Numbers
Zoey Dixon Librarian at Lambeth Libraries
Melissa Cummings-Quarry Co-founder of Black Girls Book Club
Gillian Harvey author
Daisy Johnson’s latest novel revolves around an intense sibling relationship and the horrors that lie within Read more
Award-winning Robin Stevens reflects on closing her Murder Most Unladylike series with its ninth adventure
Not all heroes wear capes but Sophy Henn's newest protagonist, Pizazz, certaibly does... and it is glittery.
One of the busiest periods in Christine Dwyer Hickey’s career was meant to have been this April and May, with 31 events scheduled to celebrate... Read more
It feels like paperback publication is picking up again this month, and books are shifting around a little less: there are a host of sure-fire hits here, with the likes of Sophie Kinsella, James...
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Issue No 5894
Friday, July 24 2020
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