Holly Bourne answers our questions about her YA novel tackling toxic relationships, The Places I've Cried in Public (Usborne), which has been shortlisted for the... Read more
Début author Holly Jackson is up against heavyweight names, including Malorie Blackman and Frances Hardinge, on the shortlist for the YA Book Prize 2020.... Read more
Our pictures round-up of this year’s London Book Fair features the UK's bestselling book of the last 25 years, a life-size Elmer the Elephant and... Read more
Holly Bourne, London Book Fair’s author of the day on Thursday, is writing a YA novella for Barrington Stoke.
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
Caryl Phillips and Holly Bourne are some of the authors headlining the 2019 London Book Fair.
Duck Soup Films has optioned Holly Bourne’s YA novel Are We All Lemmings and Snowflakes? (published by Usborne in August) for television.... Read more
The YA author’s first venture into adult fiction could find a wide readership, finds Alice O’Keeffe.
Philip Pullman is in the running for the YA Book Prize 2018 alongside previous winners Sarah Crossan and Patrice Lawrence, and début author M A... Read more
The BBC Young Writers’ Award shortlist has been unveiled with themes ranging from abuse, divorce, a “struggle to survive in an unforgiving world” and retribution with... Read more