Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Latest from The Bookseller

The decline in independent bookshop numbers witnessed over the last decade could finally be halting, the Booksellers Association has revealed.
Tina Turner
Tina Turner has signed a six-figure deal with Century to publish her autobiography.
John Boyne
Novelist and short story writer John Boyne has claimed "women are better novelists than men". 
Lynda La Plante
Bonnier Zaffre has announced it is expanding into the US market, starting by directly publishing brand authors Wilbur Smith and Lynda La Plante into North America.
Quentin Blake
Quentin Blake and Neil Gaiman were among the authors and illustrators who helped to raise almost £130,000 for House of Illustration.
Three psychological thrillers were the most-bought fiction iBooks in 2017.

Melanie Reid
4th Estate will publish the "hopeful, humorous and moving" memoir from the Times columnist Melanie Reid.
Kazuo Ishiguro
Faber is publishing Kazuo Ishiguro's Nobel Lecture which the acclaimed writer used to issue a rallying call to the literary world for open mindedness and diversity.
Dr Sara Seager
4th Estate will publish astronomer and planetary scientist Dr Sara Seager’s “highly original” grief memoir following a reported seven-figure deal in the US.
Bookouture has signed debut author Dee MacDonald in a two-book deal.

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