HUGE Publication Day for JULA!

Happy happy happy publication to six of our wonderful authors!

Sarah Moore Fitzgerald and her middle grade rags to riches novel All The Money in the World.

Amanda Block’s beautiful debut The Lost Storyteller celebrates the power and resilience of imagination.

Notes on Rape Culture – a searing and powerfully written exploration of rape culture and surviving sexual violence, written by Catriona Morton host of BBC Sounds podcast “After”.

Arrowood and the Meeting House Murders – the gripping fourth instalment in the private investigator William Arrowood series.

Pip Bird’s
The Naughtiest Unicorn on Holiday, the eight book in the hilarious children’s book series about friendship, magic and mayhem.

And the fiction debut from 
Sunday Times bestselling author Cathy Rentzenbrink, Everyone Is Still Alive is funny and moving, intimate and wise; a novel that explores the deeper realities of marriage and parenthood and the way life thwarts our expectations at every turn.

My Mess is a Bit of a Life by Georgia Pritchett – out now in hardback and paperback!

Multi-award-winning television writer and producer Georgia Pritchett knows a thing or two about anxiety. From worrying about the monsters under her bed as a child (Were they comfy enough?), to embracing womanhood, (One way of knowing you have crossed from girlhood to womanhood is that men stop furtively masturbating at you from bushes and start shouting things at you from cars. It’s a beautiful moment) worry has accompanied her at every turn.

This memoir is a joyful reflection on just how to live – and sometimes even thrive (sometimes not) – with anxiety.

Happy publication day to AJ Pearce and Xanthi Barker!


Every bit as funny, touching and cheering as AJ Pearce’s debut, Dear Mrs Bird, YOURS CHEERFULLY is a celebration of friendship, a testament to the strength of women and the importance of lifting each other up, even in the most challenging times.

Xanthi Barker’s debut publication WILL THIS HOUSE LAST FOREVER? is a heartfelt and wholly original memoir about the pain of having to come to terms with a parent’s mortality, the way grief so utterly defies logic, and about learning to see the flaws in those that we love, and let them go.

Happy publication day Jacqueline Roy

The Fat Lady Sings has been republished as part of the Black Britain Writing Back series, a landmark publication by Hamish Hamilton which is putting lost and hard-to-find books back into print. We’re delighted that Jacqueline Roy’s work is being brought to a new readership. There is plenty more to come from this fantastic author!