Saturday, December 22, 2018

From The Bookseller

Authors Cathy Newman and Jonathan Coe have urged customers to take their business to the high street this Christmas season after suffering stock shortages of their titles on
The Tattooist of Auschwitz
Heather Morris' debut The Tattooist of Auschwitz (Zaffre) has racked up a seventh non-consecutive week in the Weekly E-Ranking number one spot.
The Society of Authors
The Society of Authors has slammed the government's new white paper on immigration, warning it will do "real damage" to the UK’s creative industries.
Scholastic has reported second quarter revenue for the three months to 30th November of $604.7m, up 1% year on year ($598.3m in the second quarter of the prior fiscal year).
Clare Mackintosh
Clare Mackintosh is making her non-fiction debut with a memoir about family life in the countryside: A Cotswold Family Life.
British Library
Novelist Sara Taylor and non-fiction writer Rachel Hewitt have won the Eccles British Library Writer’s Award, scooping £20,000 each. 

The Monstrous Child
Author Francesca Simon and British composer Gavin Higgins are to debut their opera The Monstrous Child at The Royal Opera House’s Linbury Theatre in February. 
Wildfire Books
Wildfire has acquired the second book of Humans author Tom Phillips, looking at "the ingenious ways, throughout history, we've managed to avoid telling the truth"
Headline has acquired two new novels by women's fiction writer Erin Green, the first of which centres on three strangers on holiday. 

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