Sceptre has acquired New Erotica for Feminists, a book subverting traditional tropes of erotica in short "hilarious" vignettes.... Read more
Sceptre has acquired Threads of Life by Clare Hunter: a history of sewing and embroidery told through the stories of men and women who have used "the language of sewing" to... Read more
Louise Court is moving from Vintage to become publicity director for Sceptre.
Sceptre is to publish a "powerful and timely memoir" by 26-year-old writer Zeba Talkhani entitled My Past is a Foreign Country.
Juliet Brooke is moving from Chatto & Windus to Sceptre to become its editorial director.
Former Waterstones bookseller Anne Griffin has landed a book with Sceptre after a four-way auction for All That I Have Been.... Read more
Sceptre has acquired British literary debut Saltwater, a "tenderly evocative and poetic" novel by 25-year old Jessica Andrews, in a four-way auction.... Read more
Sceptre is publishing Benedict Wells' German bestseller The End of Loneliness in March 2018, marking his English-language debut.
Chris Cleave has won the inaugural Goldsboro Books Glass Bell award for contemporary fiction for his fourth novel, Everyone Brave Is Forgiven (Sceptre).... Read more
Sceptre has acquired a debut novel by Sheila Llewellyn, Walking Wounded - the "haunting" story of a doctor and a patient in a 1940s military psychiatric hospital. ... Read more