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…

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…

Meet the Team – Clare Wallace

It’s time to meet our third and final member of the Darley Anderson Children’s Book team – agent Clare Wallace! Clare has headed up the children’s agency for a number of years now and is on the lookout for new talent to add to her glittering list. Read on to find out what she looks…

Meet the Team – Chloe Davis

Quickly following on from our last Meet the Team post, we’re carrying on the Children’s Book Agency theme. This week, it’s the turn of Chloe Davis, the children’s agency assistant, who gives us an insight into what her typical day looks like, as well as how she got into Publishing. First of all, what is…

Why Dave Rudden is supporting #DACBaccess

Dave Rudden is the author of The Knights of the Borrowed Dark trilogy, and is our partnering author for YA books in our #DACBaccess month. Here is why Dave is supporting the open month: When I’m not writing, I run a live roleplay show in school for 10-year kids. It’s glorious and chaotic – the kids all…