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Finn examines world of ultra running in Guardian Faber acquisition

Guardian Faber has acquired a book about ‘ultra running’, one of the “toughest sports in the world”, by Adharanand Finn. Read more

Vermilion will publish Alison Perry's guide to having twins

Ebury imprint Vermilion has acquired blogger Alison Perry's guide to raising twins titled OMG It’s Twins! Get Your Twins To Their First Birthday Without Losing... Read more

Bluebird wins auction for Jay Blades book

Bluebird has triumphed in a multi-publisher auction for the life story of Jay Blades, social enterprise founder, eco-designer and star of BBC show “The Repair... Read more

CUP tackles body image with new children’s non-fiction titles

Cambridge University Press has acquired two children’s non-fiction titles by Dr Charlotte Markey as part of a new trade publishing programme aimed at a broader... Read more

W H Allen signs two more from Costa winner Fairweather

W H Allen has signed two more books in a “freedom series” from Jack Fairweather, whose The Volunteer (W H Allen) scooped the Costa Book of the... Read more

Hodder and Stoughton acquires Bob Willis tribute

Hodder and Stoughton is to publish Mike Dickson's biography of England cricketer Bob Willis. Read more

HCG signs picture book from Dr Ranj celebrating key workers

Dr Ranj Singh, of ITV’s "Dr Ranj: On Call" and CBeebies' "Get Well Soon" series, has signed a three-book deal with Hachette Children's Group—including a picture book celebrating key... Read more

Marr's 'era defining' book on modern Britain to William Collins

William Collins has scooped an “era defining” history of contemporary Britain from broadcaster and author Andrew Marr. Read more

Transworld acquires motherhood memoir from Margaret Reynolds

Transworld has bought UK and Commonwealth rights for memoir The Bright Field by Margaret Reynolds, professor of English at Queen Mary, University of London. ... Read more

HarperNonFiction nets 'one of a kind' Neville Southall book

HarperNonFiction has netted a “one-of-a-kind” book from former goalkeeper Neville Southall, exploring mental health in the modern game. Read more

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