Two Roads unveils Hogan's latest novel, based on famous clairvoyant

Ruth Hogan is publishing her fourth novel with Two Roads in April 2021, Madame Burova—a story of community, love and friendship set in Brighton and spanning over 50 years. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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Marian Keyes to discuss latest novel for newly-unveiled Southbank spring season

Bestselling novelist Marian Keyes will appear at the Southbank Centre in London in February, as part of its spring 2020 literature season, to discuss her upcoming novel Grown Ups (Michael Joseph). Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Hodder unveils new covers for King classics ahead of latest novel

Hodder has unveiled striking new covers for four classic Stephen King novels to coincide with the horror master’s new novel The Institute. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Ruth Hogan signs with Two Roads for two more

John Murray imprint Two Roads has acquired two more books from Ruth Hogan, author of The Keeper of Lost Things. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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London Book Fair 2017: Cory Doctorow Unveils His Latest Publishing Experiment—Fair Trade E-Books

For his forthcoming book, Walkaway, out in April, the bestselling author has devised a novel approach to selling the digital edition. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Foyles unveils latest Christmas campaign

Foyles has unveiled its latest Christmas campaign this week (3rd November) targeting “book givers” and “celebrating thoughtfulness”. The campaign was rolled out across the chain’s bookshops and website and will be supported by 16-sheet and four-sheet adverts on the London Underground from 1st... Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Foyles unveils Charing Cross Road artwork

Illustrator Rebecca Hendin has created a giant artwork entitled ‘All Paths Lead to Foyles... Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Open Road Launches ‘Open Road Ignition,’ a Marketing Services Group

This article is sponsored by Open Road Integrated Media (OR/M) and was originally featured in our Frankfurt Book Fair print edition. The post Open Road Launches ‘Open Road Ignition,’ a Marketing Services Group appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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The famous and famously vain men of Carly Simon's 'Boys in the Trees'

“Boys in the Trees,” Carly Simon’s new memoir, is largely about her passionate, tumultuous marriage to James Taylor. But before Simon wed Taylor in 1972, she had a string of relationships with some of the decade’s most famous actors and musicians. She was conflicted about the dalliances, writing... Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Woodward’s Latest Book Seems to Misunderstand Trump’s Central Motivation

It’s a relatively wholesome bowl of schadenfreude, but that doesn’t mean it’s good for you. Continue reading at Slate

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Quercus unveils new logo and celebrates with bookseller tour

Quercus has rebranded with a new logo to reflect its “independence, dynamism, warmth, creativity and ambition”, celebrating the move by visiting 85 bookshops across the UK. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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CBI unveils projects to young readers in Ireland, regardless of their backgrounds

Conversations around making the literature sector in Ireland more inclusive have been happening for some time, and the publication of Arts Council Ireland’s Equality, Human Rights and Diversity Policy in 2019 put a focus on the need for diversity across all artforms, so that no one is excluded.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Sally Rooney’s latest novel is a lucid, nuanced story about coming of age in a broken world

“Beautiful World, Where Are You” more than lives up to the promise of its predecessors and even exceeds the hype. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Faber unveils Rooney mural in Shoreditch

Faber has unveiled a mural in east London on the front of its new Sally Rooney pop-up shop, inspired by Manshen Lo's cover artwork for Beautiful World, Where Are You. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Faith-Based Publishers on Surviving, Thriving in 2020 and Beyond

After the last traumatic 18 months, religion publishers face the future by staying nimble, flexible, and, always, hopeful. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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OUP unveils new logo to mark digital-first shift

Oxford University Press (OUP) has launched new branding to mark its move towards becoming a digital-first business.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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3 great new audiobooks for your weekend road trip — and beyond

For your listening pleasure, books by Jojo Moyes, Katie Crouch and Sunjeev Sahota Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Louise Penny’s latest mystery imagines a post-covid world. Things are still pretty complicated.

In ‘The Madness of Crowds,’ the sweet town of Three Pines struggles with the pandemic and its fallout. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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OnlyFans’ policy switch is the latest victory in Big Banking’s war on sex

OnlyFans, the platform that allows creators to sell material directly to customers, will soon implement new restrictions on the publication of adult content. Starting in October, the company will ban the sale of sexually explicit content and depictions of sexual acts. The move does not cover all... Continue reading at Engadget

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Mary Trump takes on America’s evils, beyond her famous uncle

She focuses on racism and other ills, but without offering context or recognizing progress. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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