When Hodder approached me last year about writing a book on creative writing, I was nervous about being on the other side of the fence... Read more
Hodder & Stoughton has acquired former High Court judge Sir Richard Henriques' account of famous criminal cases: From Crime to Crime.... Read more
The author and playwright Frank White, whose novel There Was a Time was published by Hodder in 2017, has died at the age of 92.... Read more
Kirty Topiwala, Hodder’s new head of non-fiction, has pre-empted a "revolutionary" book by Oxford psychologist Elaine Fox in a six-figure deal.
Carolyn Thorne is leaving HarperCollins to join Hodder imprint Yellow Kite to lead a new strand of publishing focused on spirituality, inspiration and conscious living. ... Read more
David Nicholls’ latest recalls the life-changing events of one summer as a man looks back on his first love.
Hodder imprint Sceptre has snapped up rights to the Dutch bestseller The Number Bias: How Numbers Lead and Mislead Us by econometrician and journalist Sanne Blauw.... Read more
Holly Miller’s début The Sight of You has been sold into nine international territories by Hodder in the run-up to LBF, including "significant" deals in... Read more
Hodder will publish Stephen King's new novel The Institute in September 2019 after the "thrilling and suspenseful" book was acquired by Jamie Hodder-Williams. ... Read more
Hodder editorial director Kimberley Atkins has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights, including Canada, from agent Madeleine Milburn to two more adult novels from Holly Bourne. ... Read more