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Welcome to Pollinger Limited
Pollinger Limited is a long-established authors' agency headed up by Lesley Pollinger, Managing Director.
Pollinger Limited's clients include writers of adult and children's fiction and non-fiction, many illustrious literary estates, as well as screenwriters and illustrators. The majority of our clients are based in the UK and our major sales base is to the UK publishing industry, and to film/TV, radio and audio and other intellectual property markets. We have associate literary agents in all parts of the world for sales of international and translation rights.
JUST PUBLISHED: THE 2ND DEVONS WAR DIARY: the Second Battalion Devonshire Regiment and its Lost Men 1914-1919
PiP is proud to publish this moving and authoritative work, which is historically significant and “a veritable feast”(Stand To magazine). It gives a complete account of the Battalion’s activities, written at the time by the men who were there. The author was inspired by the memory of his great uncle who was one of those killed in action, in 1916 at the age of 22.
HAYLEY LONG NOMINATED FOR COSTA BOOK OF THE YEAR
Huge and enormous congratulations to Pollinger Limited author Hayley Long who has been short-listed for the Costa Book of the Year Award 2012 in the children's book category for her brilliant and original novel WHAT'S UP WITH JODY BARTON. The category winners are announced on 3 January 2103, and the overall winner on 29 January. More information here
BOOK OF THE MONTH - NOVEMBER
CHRISTINA STEAD - FOR LOVE ALONE
A story of love and sexual obsession, Christina Stead's novel follows the journey of the free-thinking and inquisitive Theresa Hawkins on her pursuit to find her 'ideal love'. Her quest takes her from her Australian homeland to bustling 1930s London, and on a personal journey of sexual and emotional discovery. From one of the most talented Australian authors of her time, For Love Alone explores ideas about female sexuality and the ideals of young love in a troubled and war-ridden world.
THE BEST OF PUNCH CARTOONS IN COLOUR
THE BEST OF PUNCH CARTOONS IN COLOUR presents the first collection of Punch's colour cartoons and illustrations ever published, gathering the magazine's finest and funniest work in stunning colour. It brings together a feast of pictorial treats, featuring stunning colour works spanning from the 1920s to the 1990s. The book includes over 400 beautiful illustrations, vibrant cartoons and scores of stunning covers from PUNCH's Almanacks, Summer Numbers and other special issues from the 1920s and beyond. The book features a foreword by Quentin Blake, and is the perfect companion to: THE BEST OF PUNCH CARTOONS. The book is published by Carlton and is priced at £25.
HAYLEY LONG'S 'WHAT'S UP WITH JODY BARTON?'
SHORTLISTED FOR ESSEX BOOK AWARD
Congratulations to Hayley Long, whose novel WHAT'S UP WITH JODY BARTON? published by Macmillan Children's Books, has been shortlisted for the Essex Book Award. This award is aimed at Key Stage 3 students throughout Essex, and aims to inspire wider reading and foster a passion for fiction, whilst sparking debate among young readers.. For more informations on the book awards please click here.
THE OBSIDIAN MIRROR by Catherine Fisher
The novel is the first book in Catherine Fisher's new CHRONOPTIKA series. When Jake's father vanishes while working on mysterious experiments with the fanatical and reclusive Oberon Venn, he is convinced Venn has murdered him. But the truth he finds at the snow-bound Wintercombe Abbey is far stranger ... the experiments concern a black mirror, which is a gateway to the past and the future! The novel is a terrific read for lovers of YA Sci-fi and Fantasy, and is crammed full of tension and mystery.
BOND ON BOND BY SIR ROGER MOORE
The book is a celebration of the film franchise's wonderful heritage, featuring all the movies, along with a delightfully humorous account of Sir Roger's own involvement in them. This is a must-have book for all those Bond fans wanting the inside scoop on the villains, gadgets and girls. The book is published by Michael O'Mara and is priced at £25.
BOOK OF THE MONTH - SEPTEMBER
ALAN MOOREHEAD - A LATE EDUCATION
September's book of the month is A Late Education, the celebrated memoir by Alan Moorhead. The book is a tribute to Moorhead's friendship with rival journalist, Alex Clifford, and an exploration of their journey together through the Second World War. It weaves together recollections of Moorhead's childhood in Australia with the events that led him to London in 1936, and to the battles in the Western Desert and beyond. The book is published by Slightly Foxed, and is priced at £16.
JUST PUBLISHED BY A & C BLACK :
ATTACK OF THE KILLER FROGS BY PETER CLOVER
A gripping suspense story for children.
POLLINGER SUPPORTS READING FOR ALL BY TEAMING UP WITH THE LARGE PRINT BOOKSHOP
Reading is one of our greatest pleasures, but failing eyesight is becoming increasingly common. Children as well as adults are affected by a rise in impaired vision. To combat this Pollinger has teamed up with The Large Print Bookshop to bring children's books and adult classics directly into the hands of readers, with its PiP list: Pollinger in Print.
The bookshop on Pollinger's website is full of large print books as well as other paperbacks, and readers can sample the first chapter on the website. To buy the book, customers then click straight through to the Large Print Bookshop, to make the purchase. This ensures that any proceeds from the sale of PiP large print titles go straight back into the hands of people working for access to books for partially sighted readers.
MD Lesley Pollinger says "We started our PiP large print list in response to the RNIB's Right to Read campaign, and we are proud to continue supporting access to reading by our new affiliation with the Large Print Bookshop" Pollinger in Print is an imprint of authors' agents Pollinger Limited which helps clients put their backlist titles into print and ebook.
The PiP list consists of around 50 titles. The Large Print Bookshop is an online bookshop specialising in the sale of large print hardbacks and paperbacks for adults and children.
BOOK OF THE MONTH - JULY:
MICHAEL COLEMAN - FLAMING OLYMPICS
Get in the mood for London 2012 with Michael Coleman's FLAMING OLYMPICS. With riveting stories of history's more obscure Olympic events and 300 questions on each sport featuring in the upcoming London games, this book is guaranteed to keep you occupied right up until the closing ceremony!
JUST PUBLISHED BY STRIPES: THE MYSTERY OF THE CLIFF-TOP DOG and THE HAUNTED HOUSE KITTENS by KELLY MCKAIN
The first two titles in Kelly McKain's ANIMAL S.O.S. series are now available! Follow Amy and Leah as they team up to solve mysteries and rescue animals around the Cornish fishing village where they live. The two girls are very different and do not always get along but they make a formidable animal-rescuing duo.
The Mystery of the Cliff Top Dog
The Haunted House Kittens
AN EVENING WITH SIR ROGER MOORE
celebrates the release of the legendary actor's new book BOND ON BOND by offering fans the chance to listen to him discuss his extraordinary life and career. Seven tour dates are set for October at locations across Britain.
BOOK OF THE MONTH - MAY:
H.E. BATES - THE DARLING BUDS OF MAY
Set in Britain in the 1950s, this comic novel portrays a family that defies all convention. Join the Larkins as they enjoy life to the full. But be warned - do not read if you have no food in the house!
HAYLEY LONG SHORTLISTED FOR QUEEN OF TEEN AWARD
Hayley Long, author of the brilliant Lottie Biggs novels, and soon to be published What’s Up With Jody Barton? (May 2012) has been shortlisted for the prestigious Queen of Teen Award.
BOOK OF THE MONTH - APRIL:
MARY O'HARA - MY FRIEND FLICKA
This month let yourself be carried away across the plains of Wyoming to follow Ken's struggles taming Flicka and making her his very own horse. Mary O'Hara's novel has enchanted readers for over 70 years and is an excellent read for the whole family as the days get longer and sunnier.
BOOK OF THE MONTH - MARCH:
DOROTHY HUGHES - THE EXPENDABLE MAN
In the hot Arizonian landscape become engrossed in 'the Expendable Man'. A mistress of her craft Dorothy Hughes atmospheric thriller will have you captivated by the trickery and paranoia of this dark and gritty novel. Focusing on the 'wrongly accused man' will the truth ever be revealed?
BOOK OF THE MONTH - FEBRUARY:
T.F. POWYS - FABLES
Continue the resolutions of a new year by reflecting with the forgotten fables of T.F. Powys. First published in 1929 these mythical fables address the theme of good and evil, love and death and the mystery of God. Free from the constraints of realism Powys creates classic and thought provoking tales of morality, which are both original and surprising, as all good fables should be.
BOOK OF THE MONTH - JANUARY:
MEERKAT SELLING BY NICK DRAKE-KNIGHT
It’s the New Year: let your New Year’s resolution be to learn something new. Meerkat Selling by Nick Drake-Knight is a guide to the art of salesmanship from an expert in the field. Nick has advised some of the biggest retailers and car manufacturers in the UK, and even the British government. Twenty years’ experience as a consultant and his psychological insight as a trained hypnotherapist are brought to bear to create a concise step-by-step guide to retail success.
A must-buy for experienced and aspiring retailers.
BLUEBELL WOODS: NATALIE'S WINTER WONDERLAND BY LISS NORTON
Curl up with this lovely wintery tale about Natalie, a hedgehog that is determined not to sleep though all fun the other animals are going to have this winter. Will Natalie be able to stay awake until the snow begins to fall? The next story in the successful Bluebell Woods series by Liss Norton.
JUST PUBLISHED BY SELF MADE HERO: HELLRAISERS BY ROBERT SELLER’S AND JAKE
Robert Sellers has teamed up with artist JAKe to adapt his 2008 book Hellraisers into a graphic novel, which tells the stories of the four carousing legends of film: Richard Burton, Peter O’Toole, Richard Harris and Oliver Reed. One by one, the four hellraisers lay out their iniquitous histories to an embittered drunkard by the name of Martin. Caper-by-caper, illustrations are provided by JAKe, whose stylish drawings adorn many of the Star Wars franchise’s officially licenced products.
CATHERINE FISHER NAMED AS YOUNG PEOPLE'S LAUREATE
We are delighted to announce that Catherine Fisher, author of the bestselling Incarceron, has been named the first ever Young People’s Laureate for Wales. The Young People’s Laureate is a new post that looks to inspire the young people of Wales to get involved with reading and creative writing. On news of her appointment Catherine said ‘I am delighted and honoured to be chosen as the first Young People's Laureate for Wales, and I hope the project will introduce young readers to a lot of great new books!’ Catherine Fisher will make her first official appearance at the Young People’s Literature Festival at Theatr Soar Merthyr, this Thursday 20 October, alongside Huw Lewis AM, Eurig Salisbury, Mike Jenkins and many more.
JUST PUBLISHED: LITTLE ERN! - THE AUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY OF ERNIE WISE
He's the one with the short fat hairy legs, who kept us laughing for decades, his inimitable comic timing sparking effortlessly with his madcap partner Eric. And now, at last, James Hogg and Robert Sellers have written an entertaining, funny and poignant account of Ernie's life - the first ever biography of this much-loved comedy superstar.
JUST PUBLISHED: BEYOND A JOKE: INSIDE THE DARK WORLD OF STAND-UP COMEDY
Bruce Dessau’s new book Beyond a Joke is a celebration of the stand-up comedy industry. Working as a stand-up comedy critic on both sides of the Atlantic since the 1980s, few are better stationed that Dessau to uncloak the grubby and obscure antics of the industry’s finest. From George Formby and Tommy Cooper to Bob Monkhouse and Russell Brand, Dessau has seemingly infinite quantities of dirt to dish on the merchants of mirth. The book also grapples admirably with the question of whether comedians are an inherently dysfunctional ilk, or if turning barmy is simply an occupational hazard?
SIMON CLARK WINS NOVELLA AWARD
Congratulations to Simon Clark, who has just won Best Novella at the British Fantasy Awards for his work, Humpty’s Bones. In 2002 Simon won the British Fantasy awards for Best Novel (The Night of the Triffids) and Best Short Story (Goblin City Lights) but this was his first victory in the novella category. Humpty’s Bones is the sinister tale of the excavation of a mysterious corpse by amateur archaeologist, Eden Page, whilst staying at the home of her insufferable Aunt. Simon’s thrill at winning the award was tempered only by having to leave the awards early to catch a train and, consequently, missing the presentation!
THE LOON ON THE MOON NOMINATED FOR THE SCOTTISH CHILDREN’S BOOK AWARDS
Huge congratulations to Emily Golden and Chae Strathie whose debut collaboration, The Loon on the Moon, has been nominated for The Scottish Children’s Book Awards. The awards were originally set up by the Scottish Arts Council in 1999 and are now run by Scottish Book Trust. The winners of the awards are decided entirely by children and young people in schools and libraries across Scotland, reading, discussing, reviewing and voting for their favourite books.
SIMON CLARK SHORTLISTED FOR TWO BRITISH FANTASY SOCIETY AWARDS
We are pleased to announce that author Simon Clark has had two of his books nominated for British Fantasy Society Awards. The title The Gravedigger’s Tale: Fables of Fear has been nominated in the category of Best Collection, whilst Humpty’s Bones will compete in the category of Best Novella. Simon is no stranger to British Fantasy Society Awards, scooping two awards in 2002: Best Novel (The Night of the Triffids) and Best Short Story (Goblin City Lights). The awards are now in their 39th year and are voted for by the members of the British Fantasy Society.
The winners will be announced at the Fantasycon event in Brighton during September.
PHILIP GROSS WINS CLPE POETRY AWARD 2011
Pollinger Limited would like to offer huge congratulations to Philip Gross who has just been announced as the 2011 winner of the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education’s Poetry Award for his collection ‘Off Road to Everywhere’. The collection is comprised of thirty poems intended to appeal to children and adults alike. The poems are not only brilliantly written and entertaining but they also include techniques that challenge readers to start thinking about themselves as writers and creators.
PINEAPPLE: A PLAY WRITTEN BY ROB MESSIK AND PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL FRENCH
M1 F1. A living-room It's an unremarkable Tuesday night in October. Jill and Peter Wilson live together in an immaculate Ikea-furnished flat in north-west London. Jill is pregnant. Peter has bought wine and ordered a takeaway pizza. Jill has packed her suitcases and written Peter a letter. As Peter tries to outwit the pizza delivery man to guarantee them a free order, Jill tries to get him to attend to the more pressing matter of her imminent departure.
BBC GARDENER'S WORLD LIVE SHOW: PETER WALKER INSPIRED GARDEN
The Constable series by Nicholas Rhea aka Peter Walker has been the inspiration for Ralph and Linda Nichols to create a themed garden at BBC Gardener's World Live Show, 11-19th June at the NEC Birmingham, entitled A Station Master's Garden.
CATHERINE FISHER'S INCARCERON ON BBC RADIO 4 EXTRA
The New York Times bestseller Incarceron by Catherine Fisher has been dramatised for radio and will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra (formerly Radio 7). The adaption runs for three episodes and the transmission dates are Sunday 5th June, Sunday 12th June and Sunday 19th June at 9am, with repeats at 4pm and then 5am the following morning.
JUST PUBLISHED: FLORENCE'S BIRTHDAY WISH by LISS NORTON
The first title in a new series by Liss Norton. Welcome to Bluebell Woods, where an enchanting cast of woodland creatures secretly live ... Spring is here and Florence the rabbit has a birthday coming up. She's so excited! But it seems that everyone is very busy, and she is worried no one will be around on her special day. She confides in her best friends, Honey the dormouse and Evie the hedgehog, that she would love a picnic by the Babbling Brook, but even they seem unsure whether they'll be able to make it. As the big day arrives, will Florence's celebration be everything she hopes for?
JUST PUBLISHED: CATHERINE FISHER'S THE DARK CITY
Welcome to Anara, a world mysteriously crumbling to devastation, where nothing is what it seems: Ancient relics emit technologically advanced powers, members of the old Order are hunted by the governing Watch yet revered by the people, and the great energy that connects all seems to also be destroying all. The only hope for the world lies in Galen, a man of the old Order and a Keeper of relics, and his sixteen-year-old apprentice, Raffi. They know of a secret relic with great power that has been hidden for centuries. As they search for it, they will be tested beyond their limits. For there are monsters-some human, some not-that also want the relic's power and will stop at nothing to get it.
JUST PUBLISHED: DON'T LET THE BASTARDS GRIND YOU DOWN BY ROBERT SELLERS
Robert Sellers's new book, subtitled HOW ONE GENERATION OF BRITISH ACTORS CHANGED THE WORLD, tells the story of the time in the late 50s and early 60s when a group of young actors (including Michael Caine, Sean Connery, Peter O'Toole and Albert Finney) arrived in London as unknowns. Within a decade they'd become international stars. It has already been Book of the Week in the Daily Mail, serialized in the Daily Express and called a "rollicking good read" by Lynn Barber in the Sunday Times.
MAGPIES, SQUIRRELS AND THIEVES; HOW THE VICTORIANS COLLECTED THE WORLD
Jacqueline Yallop's debut and ground-breaking non-fiction tells the stories of five intrepid and diverse Victorian collectors who travelled the world in search of the things that they were passionate about. The Express calls it "Brilliant and original". Alexandra Harris says that "this book will have a lasting influence".
SURREY HEATH LITERARY FESTIVAL 2011
Pollinger Limited is one of the official partners for the inaugural Surrey Heath book festival, which runs at Camberley Theatre from 16 to 21 May 2011, and includes appearances from numerous Pollinger Limited authors, including Vince Cross, Hayley Long, Simon Clark, Robert Sellers and Jeremy Poolman.
JUST PUBLISHED: VIC ARMSTRONG'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY, THE TRUE ADVENTURES OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST STUNTMAN
Vic's book tells the incredible and unique stories behind his career as the best-known stuntman in the film business, working with cinema greats like Spielberg, Scorsese and Schwarzenegger and stunt-doubling on legendary films like Superman, Indiana Jones and James Bond.
"Vic Armstrong is a legend" - Martin Scorsese
JEREMY POOLMAN REFLECTS ON HIS BOOK THE ROAD OF BONES AT DURHAM BOOK FESTIVAL'S RUSSIA DAY
In The Road of Bones, Jeremy Poolman gives a riveting account of life and death on Russia's greatest road: the Vladimirka, which for 200 years has seared a line through the centre of the nation's history. Bearing witness to Tsars, wars, famine, wealth, and mostly infamously, the road to the Siberian gulags, millions have travelled this road but no one has ever told its story before.
Join Jeremy Poolman as he presents his book for this event exploring the literature and life of Russia on the 16th of April at Leech Hall, St John's College, Durham.
For further information and to purchase tickets please contact 0191 334 3500 or click here
HULL TRUCK THEATRE PRESENTS LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER BY D. H. LAWRENCE
Adapted and directed by Nick Lane and performed by Hull Truck Theatre, the tale of infatuation, adversity and fate is brought to life in a re-working of the D.H Lawrence classic novel Lady Chatterley's Lover. Running from the 30th May until 11th June 2011.
For further information and to purchase tickets please contact 01482 323 638 or click here for more information.
THE LOON ON THE MOON CHOSEN AS A CBEEBIES
Emily Golden and Chae Stathie's fabulous first collaboration, The Loon on the Moon, nominated for the Kate Greenaway award, was read by Toby Stephens as a CBeebies Bedtime Story. Listen/watch again here
DANGER SIGNS LONGLISTED FOR INCLUSIVE BOOK AWARD
DANGER SIGNS by Michael Coleman, published by Barrington Stoke, has been longlisted for the Inclusive Children's Book Award run by the Nasen Awards
JUST PUBLISHED: THE GRAVEDIGGERS'S TALE BY SIMON CLARK
Every gravedigger has a story to tell. Some are humorous, some poignant. But most gravediggers' tales have to be placed firmly in the category of Horror. Join award-winning writer Simon Clark as he presents an array of ghosts, eerie encounters and haunted landscapes to astonish the imagination - and invoke shivers aplenty...
'Grim, gruesome and great.' SFX Magazine
PUNCH GOES TO WAR
Has been chosen as one of the best illustrated books of the year by the Daily Mail in their Christmas round-up.
CATHERINE FISHER'S CROWN OF ACORNS NOMINATED FOR THE 2011 CARNEGIE MEDAL
Congratulations to Catherine Fisher whose latest title Crown of Acorns, published by Hodder, has been nominated for the prestigious Carnegie Medal. The medal is annually awarded to the writer of an outstanding book for children as nominated by members of CILIP:the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals.
EMILY GOLDEN'S THE LOON ON THE MOON NOMINATED FOR THE 2011 KATE GREENAWAY MEDAL.
Congratulations to Emily Golden whose debut picture book The Loon on the Moon, written by Chae Strathie, has been nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal. Established in 1955, for distinguished illustration in a book for children, the medal is awarded annually.
JUST PUBLISHED BY PREFACE: KIMBERLEY CHAMBERS’ NEW NOVEL THE TRAITOR
In this sequel to The Feud, life doesn't get any easier for Frankie Mitchell. With her father in prison awaiting trial for murder, a pregnant Frankie is forced to live with her wideboy fiancé, Jed O'Hara, in a trailer on his parents' land. Jed’s mother is intent on taking over the baby, and Jed is not the man Frankie believes him to be. However, she eventually realises that the man she loves is not only heartless, but also violent and dangerous. Petrified for the safety of herself and her family, Frankie plots the ultimate revenge. But can she actually go through with it? This fantastic book in Kimberley’s exciting trilogy is out now from Preface.
JUST PUBLISHED: THOSE IN PERIL BY FAY SAMPSON
Third in Suzie Fewings Genealogical Mysteries series following IN THE BLOOD and A MALIGNANT HOUSE.
Excellent reviews in Booklist, Library Journal and Kirkus Reviews in the US.
‘Using the dramatic English coast as the prime mover of the story, Sampson weaves smuggling, drug running and family troubles into an engrossing mystery.’ Library Journal September 2010.
JUST PUBLISHED BY USBOURNE: HALF A SISTER BY KELLY MCKAIN
‘A warm and gripping read about truth, lies and learning to trust’ – Cathy Cassidy.
Hannah’s world is turned upside-down when she discovers she has a half sister, Ellie. At first, only-child Hannah loves having ultra-cool Ellie to stay. However, things soon take a turn for the worse and Hannah hatches a plan to send Ellie back to where she came from. But when Hannah meets Ellie’s troubled mum, she starts to really appreciate the family that she has…
This heart-warming new book from Kelly McKain is out now from Usborne.
JUST PUBLISHED BY AURUM PRESS: THE VELVET UNDERGROUND: UNPEELED BY ROB JOVANOVIC
In the first complete biography for over 25 years, Rob Jovanovic tells the story of one of the most important bands in rock history – The Velvet Underground. Featuring exclusive interviews with surviving band members and other key players, Rob Jovanovic peels back the mystery surrounding the group and gives the band a fitting tribute in this fantastic biography.
JUST PUBLISHED – THE LOON ON THE MOON BY CHAE STRATHIE AND EMILY GOLDEN
Emily’s fantastic illustrated children’s book The Loon on the Moon, written by Chae Strathie, has just been published by Scholastic. Every night the Loon on the Moon collects children’s dreams to make the moon glow. One night the light on the moon goes out, and the Loon must go in search of some new dream steam. Full of whimsy and wonder, this beautiful picture book is a celebration of the power of stories and the magic of dreams - perfect for sharing at bedtime.
PHILIP GROSS WALES BOOK OF THE YEAR
Philip Gross has won the Wales Book of the Year for I SPY PINHOLE EYE. He was awarded the £10,000 prize for the Cinnamon Press collection, written to accompany pinhole photography by Simon Denison. Philip won the T S Eliot prize earlier this year for his collection THE WATER TABLE, published by Bloodaxe.
YOUNGMINDS BOOK AWARD 2010
Hayley Long’s fantastic book, LOTTIE BIGGS IS NOT DESPERATE, has been longlisted for the YoungMinds Book Award. Established in 2003, and sponsored by Booktrust, the annual book award seeks to raise awareness and create understanding of mental health needs of children and young people.
For more information on the award and YoungMinds, please click here
MCKITTERICK PRIZE 2010
Congratulations to Jacqueline Yallop, whose first novel KISSING ALICE has been shortlisted for the 2010 McKitterick Prize, which recognises first novels by writers over forty. Jacqueline has also been given a special commendation by the Orange Prize jury, praising her novel's "compelling story and fine prose"
England, Forest, Spurs and Leeds United footballer Steve Hodge's autobiography, THE MAN WITH MARADONA'S SHIRT, has just been published by Orion.
An intimate, behind-the-scenes account of the last age of innocence in football, before the Premiership. Steve kept meticulous diaries of his days in football - with Brian Clough, with England in two World Cups and of course with Maradona - and draws on these to provide a series of colourful reflections on an age that now seems a lifetime ago.
Just published, the paperback edition of Stan Cattermole's incredible and intimate memoirs, based on his successful blog.
'Fave book of the year. Ace... I laughed lots and cried twice'
Hayley Long's Lottie Biggs is NOT Desperate
Join Lottie as she scribbles her life down in her ‘Emotion Diary’, attempting to surf on the Sea of Tranquillity, trying her best not to lose it on a daily basis and not act too much like a tragic desperado.
Catherine Fisher's Crown of Acorns
From the author of the bestselling Incarceron comes an absorbing mystery thriller, Crown of Acorns. With three separate strands, in three time zones, are three characters all drawn to the mysterious healing powers of the city of Bath.
Kimberley Chambers' new novel THE FEUD
Two East End families have been embroiled in a bitter war for more than a decade: the Mitchells are a notorious underworld mob from Canning Town; their rivals, the O’Haras, are a travelling family living in Stratford.