In Sunrise by the Sea, Jenny takes you on a delightful escape to Cornwall this summer in the fourth instalment of the beloved Little Beach Street Bakery series. Not to be missed!
Spiked with dark humour and written with caustic energy, This Is Yesterday is a story of a woman’s relationship with her art, her body, her memories, herself. It is a story of beginning, ending and becoming.
Happy publication day to two of our authors: the master poet himself Brian Bilston with his book of football poems; guaranteed to delight young footie fans. And secondly to Gabriel Krauze with his emotionally honest and gritty debut novel, out today in paperback.
Five Hundred Miles From You is life-affirming, uplifting and not to be missed.
Love is in the air! Congratulations Brian Bilston, Wibke Brueggemann, and Nadia Shireen.
Cathy Rentzenbrink’s beautiful, tender book Dear Reader and Adam Sharp’s utterly hilarious The Correct Order of Biscuits are both published today. Congratulations Cathy and Adam!
It’s 3rd September. Booker-longlisted novel Who They Was is out today.
Out in August!
It’s a wonderful achievement and so well deserved, huge congratulations to Candice!
Kit has been longlisted for a Carnegie Medal with Becoming Dinah, a feminist retelling of Moby Dick. A huge achievement, congratulations Kit!
A triumph – well done Frances!
Huge congratulations to Emma, who has been shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize 2020.
We are so pleased to announce that The Million Pieces of Neena Gill, by Emma Smith-Barton, edited by Naomi Colthurst (Puffin), has been longlisted for the Branford Boase Award 2020. Congratulations Emma!
Congratulations Sarah! The awards are tonight and we’re keeping our fingers crossed.
Huge congratulations to Tamsin who has been shortlisted on the BBC National Short Story Award with My Beautiful Millenial! You can listen to her fantastic story here.
Not one but two JULA authors have been shortlisted for the Books Are My Bag Readers’ Awards 2019. A huge congratulations to Candice Carty-Williams, who has been shortlisted for the Breakthrough Author Award for her debut novel Queenie, and to Kit de Waal whose first YA novel, Becoming Dinah, is on the Young Adult Award shortlist. Time to get voting!
Ayoade on Top – Richard’s ‘funniest creation yet’ (Jesse Eisenberg) – is out now. Listen to Richard talk about the book on Saturday Live
and then get yourself a copy!
Dear Mrs Bird by AJ Pearce has been shortlisted for the Historical Writers’ Association’s Debut Crown Award 2019. Congratulations AJ!
Five incredible books by JULA authors have been published in the last seven days. Nadia Shireen’s Billy and the Dragon, The Sound of the Hours by Karen Campbell, Emma Smith-Barton’s debut The Million Pieces of Neena Gill, Kit de Waal’s The Trick to Time in paperback AND her debut YA novel Becoming Dinah!
The Bookshop on the Shore by Jenny Colgan and Brian Bilston’s Diary of a Somebody have been named as ‘books you have to read for June‘ by the Reader’s digest. Both books are published this week.
Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams has been named by the Guardian as one of the best books of 2019 so far – this of course is no surprise to us. See the article here.
Jo Unwin has been shortlisted for Literary Agent of the Year 2019. The winner will be revealed tonight at the British Books Awards. We are all so proud of you Jo!
The Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for Comic Fiction 2019 has been awarded to our very own Nina Stibbe for her brilliant, warm and hilarious novel Reasons to Be Cheerful. We are so pleased – well done Nina! Read more here.
Congratulations to Emma Smith-Barton’s whose debut novel The Million Pieces of Neena Gill has been chosen as The Bookseller’s One to Watch for July! UK publication is 11th July.
Queenie has been published in the UK and is having the incredible reception it deserves! Read the Guardian review here.
The explosive finale to the best-selling INK trilogy is out today!
Reasons to Be Cheerful had its UK publication on 28th March. Read the Guardian’s review here.
Read the Guardian’s review of We Must Be Brave here