Philip Jones reflects on Hachette's acquisition of Bookouture and what it means for both parties.
Bookouture has strengthened its editorial and marketing teams four new hires including Sonny Marr from Arrow, alongside a promotion for Kelsie Marsden.
Bookouture has acquired the Liverpool Literary Agency’s first women’s fiction titles, signing debut author Danielle Owen-Jones in a two-book deal. ... Read more
Comping, the practice of comparing new submissions to other similar books, still has a place in the publishing industry but its value is limited and can... Read more
Bookouture publishing director Ruth Tross has acquired three books from Lisa Cutts and two from Marnie Riches.
Melanie Price from HarperCollins division One More Chapter and Myrto Kalavrezou of Hodder & Stoughton will join Bookouture as it expands marketing and campaigns. ... Read more
Crime writer Angela Marsons has announced a surprise standalone romantic comedy, to be released by Bookouture.
Thread, the non-fiction imprint of Bookouture, is teaming up with Hachette stablemate Octopus Publishing Group to launch a print partnership. ... Read more
Richard King will move from Orion to Bookouture to head a new in-house rights team.
Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique will be published in e-book in the UK for the first time by Bookouture’s non-fiction imprint Thread. ... Read more