Tagged: Kirsty McLachlan

Coronet buys McGee's 'brilliant' take on the cost of love

Coronet has bought a “brilliant and unique” take on failed romantic relationships by performer Haley McGee, who uses a mathematical formula to work out the cost... Read more

Firefly lands Killick's middle grade sci-fi horror

Firefly Press has landed a “scary and heart-warming” middle grade sci-fi horror by Jennifer Killick. Read more

Canongate snaps up 'unique' debut in six-way auction

Canongate has secured the first book by Northern Irish nature writer and essayist Kerri ní Dochartaigh following a six-way auction. Read more

Trapeze signs Ward historical mystery in two-book deal

Trapeze has acquired historical mystery The Quickening by Sarah Ward, writing under a pseudonym, in a two-book deal. Read more

Female firefighter's memoir to be developed into 'bold new drama'

Kudos has pre-emptively acquired the TV rights to female firefighter Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton's memoir, Through the Fire, which Transworld bagged rights to publish in a "substantial" pre-empt last month. ... Read more

Female firefighter's memoir to Transworld in 'substantial' pre-empt

Transworld has acquired an "empowering" memoir by one of the UK's most senior female firefighters, Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton, in a "substantial" pre-empt. ... Read more

Unspeakable book to Canongate

Canongate has signed Unspeakable: The Things We Cannot Say by Harriet Shawcross, saying it will be the publisher's lead title in autumn 2018.... Read more

Chatto & Windus buys epilepsy study from O'Sullivan

Chatto & Windus has acquired a second book by Wellcome Book Prize-shortlisted author Suzanne O'Sullivan.  Read more

Little, Brown buys environmental psychology title

Robinson Psychology at the Little, Brown Book Group has bought The Shaping of Us by environmental psychology consultant Lily Bernheimer.... Read more

Market for medical graphic novels grows

The trend for medical graphic novels continues with Bloomsbury’s The Inflatable Woman by Rachael Ball. Read more

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