Sphere has acquired Love, Locked Down, the first adult novel from Beth Reekles, author of The Kissing Booth YA novels (Corgi Children's). ... Read more
Sphere has acquired The Best Friend, a standalone novella by Jessica Fellowes, author of The Mitford Murders series which is also published by the Little, Brown imprint. ... Read more
Asterix is moving from Hachette Children’s Group to Sphere in July.
Val McDermid will launch her first new series in almost 20 years with Sphere this summer, inspired by her experience as a young reporter in the 1970s. ... Read more
Sphere will publish My Nonidentical Twin: What I Want You to Know About Living With Tourette’s? by 20-year-old TikTok celebrity Evie Meg. ... Read more
Calla Henkel’s debut novel Other People’s Clothes is to be adapted for the screen by Emmy-nominated writer Alexa Karolinski of “Unorthodox” after an eight-way auction for the film and television rights went to Mark Gordon... Read more
Sphere, part of the Little, Brown Book Group, has acquired 20th century travel writer and biographer Roderic Fenwick Owen’s memoir, Oh, What A Lovely Century. ... Read more
Sphere will publish No Country For Girls, the debut thriller by Emma Styles, in June this year.
Sphere has acquired The Hemlock Cure by Joanne Burn, a historical novel set in the Peak District against the backdrop of the Great Plague.... Read more
Daisy Buchanan is launching a new podcast with Sphere, called "Daisy is Insatiable", to accompany her debut novel.