Who is Solomon Creed? (Part 3: Research) – Simon Toyne on writing

Solomon Creed is the first in a new series of epic thrillers that span the world, focusing on the enigmatic title character. But who is Solomon Creed and where did he come from? In his new column Simon Toyne discusses the genesis of his new series, focusing on ideas, characters, research and writing.


Who is Solomon Creed? (Part 2: Characters) – Simon Toyne on writing

Solomon Creed is the first in a new series of epic thrillers that span the world, focusing on the enigmatic title character. But who is Solomon Creed and where did he come from? In his new column Simon Toyne discusses the genesis of his new series, focusing on ideas, characters, research and writing.



Landmark new picture book from Sir Quentin Blake and Emma Chichester Clark

In a landmark acquisition that sees Sir Quentin Blake published on the HarperCollins Children’s Books picture book list for the first time, Executive Publisher Ann-Janine Murtagh has acquired World Rights for ‘Three Little Monkeys’ – a remarkable collaboration between the iconic Quentin Blake and renowned illustrator Emma Chichester Clark.


Who is Solomon Creed? (Part 1: Ideas) – Simon Toyne on writing

Solomon Creed is the first in a new series of epic thrillers that span the world, focusing on the enigmatic title character. But who is Solomon Creed and where did he come from? In this new series Simon Toyne discusses the genesis of his new series, from ideas, characters, research and writing.


Nell Zink reads from ‘The Wallcreeper’

The literary phenomenon Nell Zink reads from her ‘dazzling’ book The Wallcreeper at the legendary Shakespeare and Co. bookstore in Paris. This reading with Nell Zink was filmed whilst the author was in Paris for an event at Shakespeare and Co bookstore.


‘The Portable Veblen’ longlisted for The Baileys Prize 2016

The Portable Veblen by Elizabeth McKenzie has been longlisted for The Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction 2016. The novel, described as ‘Ambitious, spirited, funny, and daring’ by The Financial Times, has earned brilliant reviews all round. Launched in 1996, the Baileys Prize is awarded annually and celebrates excellence, originality and accessibility in women’s writing from throughout the world.