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.
Hachette UK’s LGBTQIA+ employee network, Pride, is hosting an event with Virago author Stella Duffy, as part of a series of sessions devoted to LGBTQIA+ novelists. The webinar, which will be hosted on Zoom […]
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 […]