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Here’s the roundup from the agency for June, and this really is one for all you Jack Reacher fans out there.
There’s also exciting news about our authors’ successes overseas as well as events and awards on home turf.
Be sure to download the newsletter for the best quality read and to follow all of the links we’ve given you to interesting interviews and Hollywood blockbusters…
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A very happy weekend to you all.
This month’s agency newsletter is full of numbers – wonderful numbers.
From half and whole millions, to No.4, No.2 and No.1. We have some great news to shout about as our authors have earned and enjoyed some fantastic successes this month.
We hope you like the monthly roundups, presented in such a lovely format*, but for those of you who like up to the minute news, please be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook, and to check out our news page on the Darley Anderson Agency website.
Have a happy Friday and even happier bank holiday weekend.
*said me, the designer.
It’s time for our monthly newsletter and my word do these seem to come around fast now.
April has been a fantastic month for the agency with new faces, bestsellers and, best of all, the Bologna and London Book Fairs.
The Olympia centre was turned into Book Kingdom for three days and the buzz of excitement was electric…and exhausting!
We’ve got lots of good book news for you to read about this month just in time for the bank holiday weekend. Please do follow our Facebook and Twitter pages if you haven’t already, our authors have some fantastic (many bestselling) novels you need to know about.
It’s beautiful today here in London, I think that we are finally seeing the back of winter, hurrah!
This is the agency newsletter for March (a little late, sorry). We’ve had a brilliant and busy month with a wealth of fantastic books launching and excitement building up to the Bologna and London Book Fairs.
If you think of anything you would like to see in the newsletter or on the blog, please do leave your comment below. I will be sure to read and write back to all of them!
On Tuesday night we had the pleasure of attending a very special launch for the highly anticipated Knights of the Borrowed Dark by Dave Rudden.
For those of you who have not yet heard about KOTBD, you are in for a real treat. It tells the story of orphan Denizen Hardwick who discovers that he is part of a secret army that protects the world from an evil shadow realm.
It’s a fantastical, thrilling adventure of light versus the darkness. It’s a timeless yet contemporary classic and the world that Dave Rudden has created firmly imprints on all who read it. Trust me, you will never think of the ticking of a clock the same way again…
The wonderful people at Puffin Books and FMcM put on an unbelievable show recreating Seraphim Row, the safe house of the Order of the Borrowed Dark, in an eerie, candlelit Georgian house. Guests were free to explore the rooms and meet the characters, training with weapons expert Corinne D’Aubigny and even coming face-to-face with a Tenebrous, a monster from the shadows.
Puffin will publish in the UK on 7th April so you have plenty of time to get your pre-orders in, and if you’re lucky enough to live in Ireland, you can go out and get your copy today!
The response so far has been incredible and can all be attributed to the phenomenally talented author. Eoin Colfer, Irish Children’s Laureate, says ‘Dave Rudden is more than a rising star – he is a shooting star.’
Here’s Dave with an extremely proud agent, Clare, and some pictures of a real night to remember.
Hello all you bloggers out there,
I am very pleased to present you with the first Agency Newsletter, a roundup of all the exciting things that have been going on at the agency and with our lovely authors.
I’m Kristina, I recently joined the agency as the Rights Assistant, supporting Mary and Emma who work incredibly hard securing the foreign rights for our talented writers.
We would love to hear from you, feel free to leave comments below and let us know what you would like see in the newsletter or on the blog.