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New Books published in March!

Posted on 2016/03/04 in Competitions, New Books, News, tagged as New Titles, adrift, helen babbs, influential britons, march, peter pugh, positive psychology, reynolds, we have a deal, 50

We have four brand new books to share with you, all published this month. First up, we’re thrilled to be publishing We Have A Deal by acclaimed negotiation expert Natalie Reynolds, who will teach you how to avoid common pitfalls, keep cool and in con… Read more »

How to Sound Cultured – Radio 4

Posted on 2015/11/05 in New Books, News, tagged as Christmas Gift, Cultured, How to Sound Cultured, Hubert van den Bergh, New Titles, Radio 4, Sunday Herald, Sunday Times, Thomas W. Hodgkinson

Master the 250 names that intellectuals love to drop into conversation How to Sound Cultured by Thomas W. Hodgkinson and Hubert van den Burgh is published today and we’re very excited. Aside from the already receiving fantastic coverage, including th… Read more »

ICON BOOKS AQUIRES EXPERT GUIDE TO NEGOTIATING

Posted on 2015/10/23 in New Books, News, tagged as New Titles, UN, acquisition, advantage spring, kiera jamison, march 2016, natalie reynolds, negotiation

Kiera Jamison, commissioning editor at Icon Books, has bought World rights in all languages to WE HAVE A DEAL: HOW TO NEGOTIATE WITH INTELLIGENCE, FLEXIBILITY AND POWER by negotiation expert Natalie Reynolds. Jamison bought the book directly from the… Read more »

Man Up – a ground-breaking new book on masculinity from a 23-year old journalist

Posted on 2015/10/01 in New Books, News, tagged as Blake Friedmann, Irvine Welsh, Jack Urwin, Juliet Pickering, June, Man Up, New Titles, Tom Webber, VICE

Jack Urwin – author of Man Up Tom Webber, commissioning editor at Icon Books, has bought UK & Commonwealth rights from Juliet Pickering at Blake Friedmann to MAN UP: Surviving Modern Masculinity by Jack Urwin. Audible have bought unabridged audio… Read more »

New Books published in June!

Posted on 2015/06/15 in Competitions, New Books, News, tagged as June, New Titles

We have three brand new books to share with you, all published this month. First up, we’re thrilled to be publishing The Invisible Woman by Helen Walmsley-Johnson. From the irrepressible voice behind the much-loved Guardian column ‘The Vintage Years’… Read more »

New Books published in May!

Posted on 2015/05/08 in New Books, News, tagged as May, New Titles

We have a bundle of great books to share with you, all published this month! First up, we’re thrilled to be publishing Einstein’s Masterwork. John Gribbin puts Einstein’s astonishing breakthrough in the context of his life and work, and makes it clea… Read more »

The New Wild

Posted on 2015/04/04 in New Books, tagged as Ecology, Fred Pearce, New Titles, The New Wild, acetate jacket, beautiful books, production

Why invasive species will be natures salvation… We’ve published this absolutely stunning book in time for Spring. The New Wild by Fred Pearce is a provocative exploration of the ‘new ecology’ and why most of what we think we know about alien specie… Read more »

New Books published in March!

Posted on 2015/03/06 in New Books, News, tagged as Adele Parks, Alix Walker, Anna Moore, Anne Marie Scanlon, Asfaneh Knight, Bryony Gordon, Cathy Kelly, Christina Hopkinson, Clover Stroud, Daisy Garnett, Emma Freud, Esther Walker, Fahim, Genome, How to be a knowledge ninja, Jenny Colgan, Junk DNA, Justine Roberts, Kathy Lette, Lucy Porter, New Titles, Nicci Gerard, Rachel Johnson, Shobna Gulati, Think productive, Tiffanie Darke, Victoria Young, a king in hiding, girls uninterrupted, graham allcott, mumsnet, nessa carey, parenting, productivity, refugee, tanith carey, things I wish I'd known

 We have five more great reads to share with you, all published this month!   First up is Junk DNA, A Journey Through the Dark Matter of the Genome by Nessa Carey. From the author of the acclaimed The Epigenetics Revolution (‘A book that would h… Read more »

New Books published in February!

Posted on 2015/02/06 in New Books, News, tagged as I Superorganism, New Titles, beyond the call, creativity, david niven, february, history, it's not about the shark, jeremy dronfield, jon turney, lee trimble, practical guides, problem solving, science, self-help, well-being, ww2

We have four more great reads to share with you, all published this month! First up is I, Superorganism, by Jon Turney. Every human body carries a secret cargo: a huge population of micro-organisms that lives in your mouth and nose, on your skin, in… Read more »

New Books published in January!

Posted on 2015/01/09 in New Books, News, tagged as Danishly, Gold Mine Effect, Helen Russell, January, Light Years, New Titles, Personal Finance, Science For Life, practical guides

Happy 2015! We have our first five books of the year to share with you, all published this month! Denmark is officially the happiest nation on Earth, so when journalist Helen Russell finds herself spending a year in rural Jutland, she decides she’ll… Read more »