Richard Osman’s The Man Who Died Twice (Penguin) scored the Bookstat e-book number one for the week ending 18th September, doubling up on its overall... Read more
The Booksellers Association (BA) 2021 Christmas catalogue is to be bumper edition, with introductions by Malorie Blackman and Matt Haig.
Audio platform Yoto has had its first major in-store launch in branches of W H Smith.
Pickled Pepper Books’ Steven Pryse has said the challenges of bookselling through the pandemic accelerated many independents’ website development.
Monoray has secured a deal for In the Shadow of the Mountain, the “heart-breaking and empowering” memoir from climber Silvia Vasquez-Lavado, which will soon be adapted into a film... Read more
Novels by Rachel Hore, Bernice L McFadden and C J Tudor are among the six-strong line-up for the Richard & Judy Book Club this autumn.... Read more
A US activist investor that recently called for a shake-up at Rolls-Royce has become W H Smith's largest single shareholder after upping its stake in... Read more
A “perfect storm” of Brexit, Covid-19 and shipping problems could lead to disruption in the peak pre-Christmas period with some publishers extending lead times on... Read more
Victoria Hislop's One August Night (Headline) has climbed 15 places to hit the Amazon Charts' Most-Sold: Fiction number one spot, as its Kindle price dropped... Read more
Jamie Oliver's Together (Michael Joseph) has debuted in the UK Official Top 50 number one, becoming his 19th cookbook to hit the top spot.... Read more
Fans of Sally Rooney queued up to hear her read from and sign copies of Beautiful World, Where Are You (Faber) at a Waterstones Piccadilly event last night... Read more
An online retailer has launched a crowdfunding campaign to finance what is billed as the first Black-owned bookshop in Brighton.
Online retailer AwesomeBooks is joining forces with the National Literacy Trust (NLT) on a blog takeover as part of a campaign to improve children's post-pandemic literacy rates. ... Read more
The novels shortlisted for this year's Women's Prize for Fiction have seen a sales bump in the weeks before Wednesday's prize ceremony, with Brit Bennett's... Read more
Lighthouse Bookshop has launched an author interview video series, focusing on bridging the gap between activism and reading.
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Issue No 5943
Friday, September 24 2021
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