Clare Pooley’s sparkling debut The Authenticity Project has now sold in a whopping 28 international territories! Rights Director Liane-Louise Smith recently agreed Danish rights with Forlaget Zara, bringing the grand total to an incredible 30 territories overall, including North America and UK.

We’ve been sent a gorgeous array of international covers from Clare’s various foreign publishers too – proof that Monica’s Fulham Road café is truly leaving her London roots behind!

Romanian edition published by Editura Trei


Hungarian edition published by General Press


French edition published by Fleuve Éditions


Norwegian cover published by Aschehoug


Closer to home The Authenticity Project continues to attract shining reviews, and was featured by The Independent as one of the ‘10 best uplifting books to read during lockdown’, and by the Mail Online as one of their ‘best uplifting books to read in isolation.’ It was also named as one of the ‘5 new books to read in lockdown’ by The Irish Examiner and The Sunday Express called TAP “a moving tale about loneliness, parenthood, addiction and the importance of living the best life you can”.