Tagged: HarperNonFiction

HarperFiction snaps up Thornton thriller

HarperFiction will publish journalist and author Rebecca Thornton's thriller about a toxic friendship between a group of mums. Read more

James Smith's 'life-changing' Not a Diet goes to HarperCollins

HarperCollins has signed "self-confessed disruptor of the billion-dollar diet industry" James Smith's debut. Read more

Ellis joins HarperNonFiction

Kelly Ellis is leaving Bonnier imprint John Blake to join HarperNonFiction in the newly created role of publishing director, with responsibility for popular culture and... Read more

Soho House astrologer Faulkner 'harnesses universe energy' for HarperCollins

HarperNonFiction will publish an astrology journal that "will teach readers how to harness the energy of the universe in the year 2020” from Soho House’s resident... Read more

HC buys guide from professional 'declutterer' Lewis

HarperNonFiction will publish Mind Over Clutter by former investment banker turned-professional "declutterer", Nicola Lewis. Read more

HarperNonFiction scoops Cavendish's ageing society debut

HarperCollins will publish the debut book of broadcaster and Financial Times contributing editor Camilla Cavendish, Extra Time: Ten Lessons for an Ageing Society, in May.... Read more

HarperNonFiction scoops Solomon's 'imperfection' book

HarperNonFiction will publish Happily Imperfect about facing "unrealistic societal pressures and unfair labels", by TV personality, singer and presenter Stacey Solomon.... Read more

Instagram parody star's 'relatable' memoir to HarperNonFiction

HarperNonFiction has acquired Challenge Accepted!, a "part-memoir, part-comedy routine, part-advice manual" by actor, writer, comedian Celeste Barber. Read more

Wiggins to write on cycling's most iconic riders for HC

Sir Bradley Wiggins is writing a book on cycling’s most iconic riders for HarperCollins. Read more

HarperNonFiction takes on 'hilarious and enthralling' NFL book

HarperNonFiction has pre-empted New York Times journalist Mark Leibovich’s “tour through the corridors of National Football League power”. Read more

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