HarperCollins will publish a memoir from the "African Mother Theresa", Edna Adan Ismail.
Mills & Boon (M&B) has revealed a “huge” relaunch lined up for January, the first facelift for the brand in a decade.... Read more
HarperCollins imprint HQ has acquired three “stand-alone multi-generation women’s fiction” books by romance author Sarah Morgan.
HarperCollins has appointed Manpreet Grewal as editorial director for fiction at its HQ imprint following her eight-year stint at Little, Brown.
Children’s publishers are feeling “quietly optimistic” going into next week’s London Book Fair, with interest in acquiring across middle-grade, Young Adult and “crossover” titles.... Read more
Manuscripts which help readers escape from the angst of the political climate are tipped to be hot at this year's London Book Fair, according to... Read more
HarperCollins' sales and marketing director Nick Bates has been promoted to associate publisher, as one of three promotions with its sales and Harlequin teams.... Read more
The publishing industry needs to improve the diversity of its staff and open itself up to writers of all backgrounds if it is to increase... Read more
HQ has snapped up rights to The Songaminute Man, an "inspirational" memoir of entertainer and "viral sensation", 80-year-old Ted McDermott, told by his son Simon.... Read more
HQ is to publish the "inspirational" true story of four working mums from Yorkshire – the ‘Yorkshire Rows’ team - who rowed across the Atlantic,... Read more