” Arrowood is a fantastic creation” – read more
A beautiful, compassionate book that will console you in moments of need – watch the trailer here.
Well done to the remarkable Kit de Waal. JULA is over the moon!
Emma Flint’s Little Deaths has been longlisted for the Gold Dagger Award for best crime novel of the year!
Couldn’t be more pleased that Kit de Waal has been shortlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize. Winner to be announced on 21st June!
So thrilled that Nina Stibbe’s Paradise Lodge has been shortlisted for the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse prize.
We are delighted that Kit de Waal’s My Name is Leon is one of five novels shortlisted for the Kerry Group Novel of the Year Award 2017. A brilliant achievement!
Read more here.
We are utterly thrilled that both Fiona Melrose’s Midwinter and Emma Flint’s Little Deaths have been longlisted for this year’s Baileys prize. Given that there were only three debuts on the list, JULA is very proud!
Out in March 2017, exciting!
“On the novel front, anything by P.G. Wodehouse never fails, but this year, Love Nina: A Nanny Writes Home worked just the same magic.”
Read more here.
We are entranced by the Japanese cover for The Apple Tart of Hope! Behold…
‘A beautifully perceptive debut’ Psychologies Magazine
‘Sumptuous and satisfying … a deft and thrilling novel’ – read the whole review here
And these glorious golden things are just the PROOFS!!!
You’ve got to love a sunlounger
It’s so exciting when you start to see a series building, and when the second book is even better than the first you know you’re on to a winner.
A Girl called Love and In the Name of Love by Louise Lee so funny, pacy and delicious. Headline publish in early 2017
The fourth in the Wilf the Mighty Worrier series by Georgia Pritchett might be my favourite so far. I have never loved a baby as much as I love stinky Dot – even my own. Superb illustrations by Jamie Littler