News archive for March 2015

After months trekking round the country searching for rare creatures, Charlie Elder's book FEW AND FAR BETWEEN has finally been published by Bloomsbury.  A delightful and thought-provoking read.

Following 'Cold Feet at Christmas' becoming a Kindle number one Harper Fiction has signed Debbie Johnson.

Commercial women's fiction publisher Kimberley Young said: "When we launched Impulse we wanted to find amazing new talent and Impulse Editor Charlotte Ledger has done a fantastic job of publishing these authors digitally and growing their audiences. We are thrilled to be able to work with Carmel and Debbie in the next chapters of their careers. I'm delighted we can now publish them on a traditional platform as well as continue their publishing through Impulse."

Find out more here: http://www.thebookseller.com/news/harperfiction-signs-impulse-authors

Andrew Kotting’s film BY OUR SELVES based on Iain Sinclair’s book about the poet, John Clare,  EDGE OF ORISON,

Premieres at Hackney Picturehouse  Wednesday, 20th May at 8.40pm. Toby Jones, who plays John Clare, will be there as will Iain, fresh from his triumphant week-long author tour in Spain.

Tickets available through Hackney Picturehouse.

‘Arrow has acquired two more books in the popular Talyton St George series by Cathy Woodman, bestselling author of Trust Me, I’m a Vet. Gillian Holmes bought World English Language rights from Laura Longrigg at MBA. 

Holmes says, ‘It’s five years since Arrow published Trust Me, I’m a Vet and Cathy’s wonderful Talyton St George series goes from strength to strength.’

Woodman says: ‘I’m absolutely thrilled to be writing more Talyton St George stories, and so happy I’ll be working with the wonderful team at Arrow again.’

TV and film rights in the Talyton St George series have recently been optioned by Carnival Films, makers of Downton Abbey.

The first book in the contract, Vets on Call, is published today.’