Pan Macmillan has picked up a Regency-set romantic comedy by Lisa Berne, billed as “Bridgerton meets 'Groundhog Day'”.
Reading Time: 2 minutesThis recap of “How to Market Your Book as a Summer Read” from the Book Marketing Tips & Author Success podcast is designed to inspire you to take advantage of the last few weeks of summer and ramp up book sales!We discuss what kinds of books can be a summertime read (and those that can’t), how to expand your thinking in terms of summer-type books, and also how to maximize your Amazon book page to take advantage of this. Be sure to download and listen to the show for all the details, recommendations, and considerations. Most people want...
The Nan Shepherd Prize is returning this month, coinciding with the publication of Small Bodies of Water by the prize's inaugural winner, Nina Mingya Powles.
Guardian Faber has landed an "uplifting" new book from Guardian columnist Hannah Jane Parkinson.
Holland House, the tiny indie behind Karen Jennings' An Island, has reprinted 5,000 more copies and attracted foreign rights interest after the novel won the press its first ever Booker nomination.
Independent publisher OWN IT! is to publish Sean Godfrey's "magnetic" coming of age debut novel, A Brown Girl in the Ring.
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The Women’s Prize for Fiction is partnering with Good Housekeeping magazine to launch a new initiative celebrating writers of fiction aged 35 and under.
If you ask romance readers what we love about this genre, many of us will say that a big part of it is the guaranteed happy ending. After all, romance is supposed to be, when it comes down to it, about hope. But a question that keeps coming up is…Who deserves a happy ending? Instinctively, the answer might be everyone. And yet, is this reflected in publishing? Let’s go to any bookstore and look for the romance shelves. What is the percentage of authors of color? Of stories written by, and featuring, LGBTQ characters? Let’s narrow it down even more:...
Mirror Books has scooped My Hidden Race, the life story of Team GB athlete Anyika Onuora, which promises to reveal the “brutal reality” of professional sport for many Black females.