Congratulations to J. J. Holland, whose latest thriller, IN HIGH PLACES, is published today! Ever since the death of his wife, Lina, in a Kabul bombing, Aubrey Savage has been determined to fulfil his promise to her: to find
Congratulations to Julia Gray, whose novel LITTLE LIAR has been shortlisted in this year’s CrimeFest Awards – it’s up for Best Crime Novel for Young Adults. The winners will be announced in May.
Ria Voros is going on a book tour to celebrate the release of her new YA novel THE CENTRE OF THE UNIVERSE (published by KCP Loft), but this is no ordinary book tour. Ria is teaming up with real-life astrophysicist
Congratulations to Rebecca Cobb, who has been shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal – for a third time! She has been nominated for her artwork on THE DAY WAR CAME, written by Nicola Davies and published by Walker Books.
Happy Publication Day to Amy Lloyd, whose second novel ONE MORE LIE is out in hardback today! When you can’t remember your crime… HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU’RE GUILTY? Charlotte wants a fresh start. She wants to forget her
Congratulations to Rachael Lucas, whose beautiful debut YA novel, THE STATE OF GRACE, has been chosen as a 2019 IBBY Outstanding Book for Young People with Disabilities! Every two years, the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) chooses outstanding
Congratulations to Zara Stoneley, whose hilarious and heartwarming novel THE WEDDING DATE has been longlisted for the inaugural Comedy Women In Print Prize! When Samantha Jenkins is asked to be the maid of honour at her best friend’s wedding, she
Congratulations to Tamsin Winter, who has won The Brilliant Book Award for Being Miss Nobody! Her debut middle-grade novel about a protagonist with selective mutism was voted for by the students of Nottinghamshire, Nottingham City and Derbyshire to take the crown. Well
Amy Lloyd’s Daily Mail competition-winning debut, The Innocent Wife, is the number one download on Audible! Congratulations Amy! If you fancy a twisty and unsettling thriller to liven up your commute, check out the audiobook here.
Dr Guy Leschziner, author of The Nocturnal Brain, has given a fascinating interview for the Times. For an insight into his amazing research on nightmares and neuroscience, check out the article online or in today’s Times2.