We’re kicking off the highlights this week with some gorgeous cover reveals.
The truly gorgeous UK cover for Katherine Faulkner’s Greenwich Park has been revealed with a stunning animation and we absolutely love it. The novel is released in April 2021 by Bloomsbury / Raven Books.
We're delighted to reveal the cover of GREENWICH PARK by Katherine Faulkner. The must-read thriller of 2021.
— Raven Books (@BloomsburyRaven) August 19, 2020
The UK and US covers for Jenny Bayliss’ The Twelve Dates of Christmas have been revealed and we love them both in equal measure. This festive novel is released by Pan Macmillan in November in the UK, and by Penguin Random House / Putnam in the US in October.
The Canadian cover for Ashley Audrain’s dark and twisty suspense, The Push, has been revealed and it’s stunning. The novel is published in Canada by Penguin Random House Canada, the UK by Penguin Random House / Penguin Michael Joseph and the US by Penguin Random House / Pamela Dorman Books.
The title for Holly Bourne’s next Young Adult novel has been revealed as The Yearbook with this exciting visual, and it is published on 13th May, 2021 by Usborne. A series of social media countdown celebrations will take place in the lead-up to publication under the hashtag #HollyBourne10.
Delighted to reveal my next YA novel is called THE YEARBOOK and it's published on May 13 2021. It's about secondary school, loneliness, legacy and marginalia, and it's my tenth book with @Usborne!? Follow the #HollyBourne10 hashtag to keep up to date on all the cool happenings pic.twitter.com/n6LTipfHqE
— Holly Bourne (@holly_bourneYA) August 20, 2020
The brilliant publicity for Alexandra Wilson’s newly published memoir In Black and White (Octopus) has continued to pile in, with an interview with Stylist Podcast this week. Alexandra also took part in The Guilty Feminist Podcast this week as a special guest.
In Black and White is in the Top 100 in audio and was ranking at No. 36 in the charts this week.
We’ve had four very exciting publications this week…