Letters from Lockdown: Stewart Foster

It’s safe to say the past ten months have been a challenge for the publishing industry, with book fair cancellations and publication postponements bringing chaos and uncertainty. Many authors have seen their publication dates pushed back ever further down the calendar and this can feel incredibly frustrating – after all, what proud author wouldn’t want…

Quick Fire Questions: Beth Reekles

Hold on to your seats, the wait is finally over! The Kissing Booth 2 is here! After the sensational Netflix success of The Kissing Booth in 2018 starring Joey King, Jacob Elordi and Molly Ringwald, we can’t wait for you to see its brilliant sequel. While we’re all familiar with Elle, Noah and the rest…

Phaedra Patrick’s June Book Pick

Another month, another Darley Anderson Author’s Book Club Pick! For June’s book pick, we’ve asked the wonderful Phaedra Patrick to give us all a dose of much-needed reading inspiration. Phaedra’s signature charm and heartwarming stories have brought her novels great international success and she has now been published into 22 languages – including Russian, Korean…

Beth O’Leary: Do I need an Agent?

Are agents really necessary? What would an agent do for me and how could they help me reach my goal of being published? These are all valid questions for any prospective author. While not everyone goes down the traditional route of getting an agent, we thought we’d ask Sunday Times Bestseller Beth O’Leary to tell…

Mandy Baggot’s April Book Pick

The end of another month means it’s time for a new Darley Anderson Author’s Book Club Pick! This month the fabulous Mandy Baggot has offered up her favourite book from the last month to give us some isolation inspo. Mandy’s bestselling books are loved around the globe for their beautifully heartwarming romance. In 2016 her…

Rejection: An Author’s Perspective

Another post on rejection, I hear you cry? While we of course love focusing on the many positives and celebrating all publications and book launches, we’re acutely aware of the painful process every author goes through to reach that goal. So, following on from our last post giving our agents’ perspectives on rejection, we thought…