Tagged: PRH

Giant’s step

The news of Amazon’s changed tax arrangements, with UK sales no longer diverted to Luxembourg but booked through a UK office accountable to HMRC, feels... Read more

Noisy neighbours

Being the biggest only makes sense if you can also be the best. Last year four of the 10 bestselling print titles of the year... Read more

Why PRH is scheming on recruitment

Penguin Random House UK has launched a new initiative to find four budding marketers to work across their imprints and locations. The first... Read more

A fit of Peake: Century lands astronaut's memoir

Century will publish British astronaut Tim Peake's autobiography on 15th October and mark publication with a five-date Penguin Live tour.  Read more

PRH WriteNow scheme returns

Penguin Random House UK's editorial programme WriteNow will return, with workshops planned in England and, for the first time, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. ... Read more

PRH makes 'difficult decision' to withdraw from LBF

Penguin Random House has today withdrawn from the London Book Fair, following the move made by Hachette Livre earlier in the day. ... Read more

Cape pre-empts 'ground-breaking' Crisis by Roos

Jonathan Cape has pre-empted a “ground-breaking” study of global crises by political economist Jerome Roos, one of the most talked about titles ahead of the London... Read more

Penguin Life snaps up Mensah’s hair guide

Penguin Life will publish Good Hair: The Essential Guide to Afro, Textured and Curly Hair by British-Ghanaian hairstylist Charlotte Mensah. Read more

New Michael Morpurgo book set for November 2020

Michael Morpurgo has revealed his latest book, with illustrator Benji Davies, will be published in November this year.  Read more

Viking triumphs in nine-way auction for début literary love story

Viking has triumphed in a "fiercely competitive" nine-way auction for début author Miranda Cowley Heller's literary love story, The Paper Palace.... Read more

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