HQ has acquired three new novels in Roz Watkins’ DI Meg Dalton crime series.
Amazon Publishing’s newly launched non-fiction imprint Little A has unveiled its first three books including an insight into life as a Middle Eastern woman "outside... Read more
Bloomsbury Children’s Books has acquired world rights, in all languages, to two fantasy series from Catherine Pellegrino at Marjacq.
Trapeze has signed a novel about a successful matchmaker said to be inspired by a love of TV series "First Dates".
Ebury Press has acquired a "witty and moving" debut by Amy Jones, writer and video producer at The Pool, as part of a two-book deal.... Read more
A recent move into central London has proved a pleasant metaphor for the latter-day development of the literary agency which started life as a script... Read more
Leah Middleton, agent at Aitken Alexander, is joining Marjacq Scripts Ltd to take on a role as its in-house film and TV agent, starting at the end of March.... Read more
Michael Joseph has acquired two psychological thrillers from Alex North after a five-way auction.
Orion has signed two more novels from Lucy Vine, the author behind debut Hot Mess (Orion) which was recently optioned for television. ... Read more
Hodder & Stoughton has acquired two new novels by Angela Clarke, the author behind Follow Me, Watch Me and Trust Me (Avon), in a "hotly contested" auction.... Read more