After 1 week of paperback sales, Gail Honeyman‘s Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine became the New York Times No. 1 bestseller in paperback. A stunning achievement!

The book remained in the charts in Italy and the UK at No.4 in both countries and the debut also hit its 40th territory, with rights selling this week into three languages: Arabic, Thai and Malayalam.

Fiona Valpy‘s Sea of Memories was No.1 in the Kindle charts.

Czech and Slovak rights in What’s A Girl Gotta Do? by Holly Bourne have sold to Slovart.

C.J. Tudor is in Spain talking to readers about the Spanish edition of The Chalk Man.

Holly Bourne‘s debut adult novel How Do You Like Me Now? was published by Hodder, as well as winning Book Wars in Stylist Magazine. 

The Woman in the Mirror by Rebecca James was published by HQ.

Kitty Wilson‘s debut The Cornish Village School: Breaking the Rules was published by Canelo.

Bestselling author Debbie Johnson signed with the agency.

We had two cover reveals. One for Christi Daugherty‘s second crime novel A Beautiful Corpse, and the other for Samuel Pollen‘s YA debut The Year I Didn’t Eat.

The Fear by C.L. Taylor is currently 99p in eBook.

Mel Sherratt wrote a piece for her publishers on Why I Write Crime ahead of the autumn publication of her new book Hush Hush, the first in a new crime series.