HarperTrue reveals publishing programme

<p>HarperCollins has added two new titles to its contemporary real-life stories imprint, HarperTrue.<br />The first of the new titles is <em>Never Say Die </em>by Melanie Davies and Lynne Barrett-Lee. Published on 25th June in paperback, the book tells Davies&rsquo; story of being paralysed from the neck down at the age of 15. It was originally spotted on HarperCollins&rsquo; digital slush pile, authonomy.</p><p><em>Life in Rewind</em> by Terry Weible Murphy, Michael A Jenike and Edward E Zine will follow in paperback in August. The book tells the story of Zine, who suffers from a debilitating form of obsessive compulsive disorder where he tries to reverse every action he does. Carole Tonkinson, publisher of Harper NonFiction, said: &ldquo;We know there is an audience hungry to read about exceptional, inspiring real-life experiences.&rdquo;</p><p>The new imprint from HarperCollins was launched in February with its first title, <em>Endal</em>. <em>Endal</em> , the story of a dog whose companionship gave&nbsp; Gulf War veteran a reason for living, is to be told in a Sky &ldquo;Real Lives&rdquo; documentary to be shown on 12th March. Tonkinson said: &ldquo;We hope that Endal will be the first of many titles to feature in the bestsellers&rsquo; lists over the next few years.&rdquo;</p><p>Further titles in the series include<em> Stolen Innocence </em>by Elissa Wall, to be published on 30th April in paperback. The book is about the author&rsquo;s escape from a polygamous sect. On 28th May, HarperTrue will publish <em>Just a Little Run Around the World</em> by Rosie Swale-Pope. Aged 61, Swale-Pope decided to run around the world after her husband died of cancer.</p>