Suzy Krause’s Sorry I Missed You soared straight to the top of the Bookstat e-book chart for the week ending 6th June.... Read more
In an exclusive interview with The Bookseller, Waterstones m.d. James Daunt says the chain is set to reopen in England on Monday, and he does... Read more
Delia Owens’ weepie novel Where the Crawdads Sing topped the digital chart in April, with signs showing sales in the format were growing with the... Read more
Alison Baverstock is professor of publishing at Kingston University.
Alex Michaelides’ The Silent Patient took the Bookstat e-book number one for a second week, holding firm for the week ending 30th May.... Read more
We need something to lift our spirits in these uncertain times” is a phrase of the last few months which I imagine we have all... Read more
Rebecca Souster is Lume Books c.e.o.
Taylor & Francis c.e.o. Annie Callanan, who has succeeded Peter Phillips as the Publishers Association president, reveals what is on the trade body’s wishlist to... Read more
Alex Michaelides’ The Silent Patient has topped the Bookstat e-book top 10 for the first time, for the week ending 23rd May.
Literature Wales has earmarked a number of initiatives to improve the diversity of Wales’ publishing sector, outlined in a Strategic Plan which runs until 2022... Read more