Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman is a No.2 bestseller in the UK fiction charts again.

Stateside, the book sits at No.3 in the New York Times bestseller list for paperback fiction, and on the combined fiction list Eleanor ranks at No.10.

Taking a closer look at its UK performance, Eleanor sold 17,545 paperbacks, bringing its total sales in this format to 618,284 copies. The debut has also performed strongly in digital, having sold over 8,000 copies this week, contributing to an overall total of 324,000 eBooks.

The Chalk Man by C. J. Tudor published in paperback with Michael Joseph, and is primed to be the biggest paperback release of the year.

A competition is underway for readers to win an exclusive, limited edition copy of The Chalk Man paperback and a branded tote bag. You can find out more and enter here.

Look out for adverts of The Chalk Man, which are being featured across the London Underground. This striking one below is on display at Kings Cross Station:


This Child of Ours by Sadie Pearse published in eBook with Sphere. The riveting book explores a marriage on the brink of collapse and the fate of a child caught in between.

The cover for The Day of the Accident by Nuala Ellwood was revealed.

It was announced that The Friend by Teresa Driscoll has sold over 100,000 copies in just five months.

Body positive activist and agency author Michelle Elman discussed her journey to body confidence in the The Independent.

Tickets for a new TedX talk in discussion with Michelle Elman were released. You can buy your ticket here.

Holly Bourne was interviewed by The Guardian on the state of YA fiction and its young readership.

Hayley Barker attended the Edinburgh International Book Festival, where she spoke to 750 school children on the theme of  ‘Dystopian Worlds’.