Tagged: Molly Ker Hawn

Usborne picks up Love Radio by PRH US marketing director LaDelle

Usborne has picked up Love Radio, a debut novel by PRH US marketing director Ebony LaDelle that recently went in America to Simon & Schuster following an... Read more

Black authors urged to write 'more urban' submissions by publishers

Authors and illustrators say part of the challenge of being a creator from an underrepresented background in the books industry is how their submissions are urged to... Read more

Hot Key acquires 'tense' YA murder tale from Barrow

Hot Key Books, an imprint of Bonnier Books UK, will publish YA murder mystery Bad Things Happen Here by Rebecca Barrow. ... Read more

WriteNow graduate Lisette Auton signs deal with Puffin

Puffin has acquired The Secret of Haven Point and one other book from Lisette Auton, a 2018 graduate of Penguin's WriteNow programme.  ... Read more

MCB swoops for McKay's The Swallows' Flight

Macmillan Children’s Books has acquired The Swallows’ Flight, the companion to Hilary McKay’s award-winning First World War novel The Skylarks’ War (MCB).... Read more

Hodder strikes two-book deal with Caraval author Stephanie Garber

Stephanie Garber is returning to the world of Caraval with two new books for Hodder & Stoughton. Read more

Electric Monkey pre-empts collaboration from six YA authors

Electric Monkey, the YA imprint of Egmont Books, has pre-empted Blackout, a collaboration between six black authors: Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas,... Read more

Walker Books lands Ladybird publisher Stowell's Norse Gods series

Walker Books has landed a “brilliantly funny” diary-style Norse Gods series, written and illustrated by Ladybird publisher Louie Stowell. Read more

Non-fiction leads the way as climate titles dominate discussion at Frankfurt

Non-fiction has reigned supreme at an upbeat Frankfurt Book Fair, as agents reported a surge of interest in titles on wellbeing and personal development.  ... Read more

Fun, fantasy and feminism forecast for 2018

Editors and agents are predicting a continued focus on empowering female-led narratives and diverse voices in children’s and YA books in 2018. Read more

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