London, Burning is a novel about the end of the 1970s, and the end of an era. It concerns a nation divided against itself, a government trembling on the verge of collapse, a city fearful of what is to come, and a people bitterly suspicious of one another. In other words, it is also a novel about now.
It’s often thought that restyling your space comes with a hefty price tag and unavoidable waste. But in Resourceful Living, award-winning interiors blogger Lisa Dawson shows how, with a little creativity, you can revamp your home with existing pieces, vintage finds and key purchases.
Multi-award-winning independent publisher, Jacaranda Books, has partnered with Hachette UK to expand its sales and distribution offering across its physical and digital list. The partnership forms a key part of Jacaranda’s strategy to significantly […]
Hachette UK’s LGBTQIA+ employee network, Pride, is hosting a free event which aims to demystify publishing for LGBTQIA+ aspiring writers and publishers. The event will celebrate romantic and comedic queer fiction, as well as sharing […]
The Future Bookshelf is delighted to announce that it has paired nine writers with nine Hachette UK editors as part of its mentoring strand for 2021. The Future Bookshelf forms part of Hachette UK’s Changing […]