More Stimson for Pan Mac as it prepares her "biggest campaign yet"

<p>Pan Macmillan fiction publishing director Wayne Brookes has bought three new novels from Tess Stimson in his first acquisition since joining the company from HarperCollins in the New Year.</p><p>Brookes bought UK and Commonwealth rights for a six-figure sum from Carole Blake of Blake Friedmann. The first novel in the new deal, <em>The Wife Who Ran Away</em>, will appear in 2011.</p><p>Brookes said Stimson&#39;s novels were &quot;poignant, funny and bursting with emotion&quot;, adding: &quot;I have joined Pan Macmillan at a very exciting time for Tess, and we have fabulous plans already in place to make her voice one of the loudest in women&#39;s fiction.&quot;</p><p>The campaign for her new novel <em>What&#39;s Yours is Mine</em>, coming in April, will be &quot;her biggest promotional campaign yet&quot;, according to marketing director Rebecca Ikin, including TV advertising on Living and a London bus campaign.</p>