The Bookseller's expert previewers share their top picks from January's new fiction, non-fiction, children's and paperback releases.
Viking has struck a two-book deal with Nina Stibbe, which will see the author tackle “the machinations of the contemporary world”.
In this week's pictures round-up a fan wins a one-off gold edition of Thomas Harris' latest thriller Cari Mora, while PRH UK raise over £12k... Read more
Nina Stibbe has won this year’s Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for Comic Fiction with her “pitch-perfect romp” Reasons to be Cheerful (Viking).... Read more
Nina Stibbe and Roddy Doyle have been nominated for the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for Comic Fiction, on a shortlist that is dominated by women.... Read more
Viking is publishing Nina Stibbe’s An Almost Perfect Christmas, a comedic non-fiction book exploring festive cooking and customs, and the highs and lows of the Christmas season. ... Read more
Sunday Times literary editor Andrew Holgate, author Nina Stibbe, and Rik McShane, retail director at Waterstones, will help judge the The British Book Industy Awards'... Read more
Helena Bonham-Carter is to star in Nick Hornby’s BBC adaptation of Nina Stibbe’s Love, Nina (Penguin). Hornby is adapting the book into a five-part series,... Read more
Nick Hornby’s adaptation of Nina Stibbe’s prize-winning Love, Nina (Penguin) will be shown as a five-part drama on BBC One. The Bookseller revealed in November... Read more
Debut authors Nina Stibbe (pictured), Jessie Burton and Nathan Filer were among the winners at the Specsavers National Book Awards 2014. The awards, presented yesterday... Read more