Orion Stars

Orion Stars 23rd March

9781409175070
£7.99 PB
Pub 28th Dec

BESTSELLERS

Happy | Fearne Cotton

No. 10 in Paperback Non-Fiction Bestseller List

Shortlisted for Lifestyle Book of the Year at the National Book Awards

 

 

STOP PRESS

Orion have two titles on the longlist for the Football Book of the Year award at the 2018 British Sports Book Awards: BRAVE NEW WORLD by Guillem Balagué and WHITE HART LANE by Martin Lipton. The shortlist is announced week commencing 9 April, with the award ceremony to follow at Lord’s Cricket Ground on 7 June.

 

 

9781409175209
£12.99 HB
Pub 19th Apr

COMING SOON

THE LIDO  Libby Page

‘Did I #lovethelido? So much my heart broke a little turning the last page. A stunning debut’Clare Mackintosh

BBC RADIO 4: WOMAN’S HOUR – interview with Libby to run during week of 16 April
TALK RADIO – interview on Penny Smith show confirmed for 8 April
THE GUARDIAN- feature on uplifting literature including The Lido, written by Hannah Beckerman, (17 March)
SUNDAY TIMES STYLE – feature by Libby to run on 22 April
YOU MAGAZINE, MAIL ON SUNDAY – feature by Libby to run in June
SIMPLE THINGS – short story by Libby to run in May issue, out April
OUTDOOR SWIMMER – interview confirmed for May issue
OPTIMA MAGAZINE – interview confirmed for May issue
HIGH LIFE CHINA – piece on the revival of Lidos in Summer issue
WAITROSE WEEKEND – feature on Lidos, including the book, ran in Nov 2017 issue
Magazine Reviews: RED, WOMAN AND HOME, PRIMA, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, SAGA,
Newspaper Reviews: SUNDAY EXPRESS, THE SUN, THE GUARDIAN, THE OBSERVER, THE TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES
THE POOL – Book at Bedtime confirmed to run week beg 16 April
BBC NEWS – filmed interview to run during week of publication
30-date blog tour to run from 26 March to 20 April

9781409174967
£25.00 HB
Pub 5th Apr

ROOTS |Tommy Banks

THE TELEGRAPH serial – (31stMarch)
BBC1 SATURDAY KITCHEN – (31stMarch) appearance
ITV1 THIS MORNING – (5thApril) (pub day) appearance
C4 SUNDAY BRUNCH – (13thMay) appearance
BBC RADIO YORK – interview week of publication
THE TIMES – first interview, (5thApril)
PRESS ASSOCATION – syndicated interview, (6thApril)
INTERVIEW HUB – syndicated interview, (6thApril)
GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE – extract (end of March)
HOUSE AND GARDEN – review in Taste Notes section in April
FOODIES MAGAZINE – book mention, (7thApril)
SAVOUR MAGAZINE – review in the Book Club cookbook round-up page (Spring edition)
DALES LIFE – review and interview, (6thApril)
YORKSHIRE POST – recipes and review, (6thApril)
DESERT ISLAND DISHES- interview week of publication
1000 COOKBOOKS – top ten feature by Tommy, week of publication

9781409176282
£14.99 TPB
Pub 22nd Mar

OUT THIS WEEK

AUTISM | Jessie Hewitson

“Jessie Hewitson’s guide is a wise SatNav for what is often a bewildering, or even scary, zone of parenting.  The book offers real-world, road-tested, child-first and family-friendly advice; while also highlighting the twin truths that autism is not a tragedy, and that adaptation and acceptance are not resignation.”

– David Mitchell, bestselling author and co-translator of The Reason I Jump

BBC GNS (26 March) – schedule of regional interviews with Laura James 10-11:30am
SUNDAY TIMES (11 March) – piece about school exclusions with book credit
SUN FABULOUS DAILY (21 March) – extract
PRESS ASSOCIATION (23 March) – listicle feature
TIMES WEEKEND (24 March) – article by Jessie
GUARDIAN WEEKEND (24 March) – ‘The Secret to…’ feature
DAILY TELEGRAPH (24 March) – piece with quotes from Jessie
MAIL ON SUNDAY (1 April) – article by Jessie ‘How to tell your child they’re autistic’
SUN (date tbc) – review
PRIMA (March issue) – quoted as part of piece on families with autism
GRAZIA (27 March) – article by Jessie ‘Why autism is a feminist issue’ with photoshoot
NATIONAL AUTISTIC SOCIETY (22 March) – 11am Twitter Q&A for 1 hour
AMBITIOUS ABOUT AUTISM (on publication) – FB Live, giveaway and blog post
AMBITIOUS ABOUT AUTISM PODCAST (on publication) – interview
HEALTHISTA (26 March) – blog post and video interview for social media
STEPH’S TWO GIRLS (26 March) – review and guest blog post on getting a diagnosis and deciding to write the book
HONEST MUM (date tbc) – Wonder Woman Q&A
HEX MUM (date tbc) – review and guest blog post on choosing the right school
SPACED OUT AND SMILING (date tbc) – review
PSYCHOTHERAPY 4 YOU (date tbc) – review
SPECIAL NEEDS JUNGLE (date tbc) – review and giveaway

9781409164180
£25.00 HB
Pub 8th Mar

THE GOOD MENOPAUSE GUIDE | Liz Earle

‘Filled with a wealth of invaluable information…after reading this you will feel empowered and ready to take on the world’ – Lorraine Kelly

TALKRADIO EUROPE- Interview (8th March)
BBC RADIO LONDON JO GOOD- Interview ( 21st March)
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING- Interview and extract (April issue)
EMOTIONAL TIES, YOU MAG – Interview (4th March)
BEST MAGAZINE -Recipe extracts (13th March)
PSYCHOLOGIES MAGAZINE- Recipe extract and comment (20th March)
IRISH EXAMINER- Interview (March 26th)
LE WELLBEING MAGAZINE (Summer Issue)
HEALTHY DIET MAGAZINE ‘ten minutes with’ (March issue)
VEGAN FOOD AND LIVING MAGAZINE- Recipe Extracts (April issue)
RICHMOND MAGAZINE- Giveaway and recipe extracts (Date tbc)
HELLO- Written piece and recipe extracts (date tbc)
IE- Recipe Extract
PRIMA MAGAZINE ONLINE- Written Piece (date tbc)

REVIEWS ETC

THE DEADLY TRADE by IAIN BALLANTYNE was reviewed in THE TIMES: “superbly told … consistently fascinating”

THE READING CURE by LAURA FREEMAN was the subject of Simon Heffer’s Hinterland column in THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

JORDAN BOURKE appeared on SATURDAY KITCHEN for a feature about Irish cuisine to coincide with St Patrick’s Day – Watch him 1h, 6m in

Recipes from THE HAIRY BIKERS’ MEDITERRANEAN ADVENTURE were featured in THE LADY

DOWN THE RIVER UNTO THE SEA by WALTER MOSLEY was included in THE SUNDAY TIMES’ CULTURE MAGAZINE crime fiction round-up: “Mosley’s prose is as fluent as ever

URSULA LE GUIN’s DREAMS MUST EXPLAIN THEMSELVES was reviewed in THE GUARDIAN and THE BIG ISSUE

FRANCIS I by LEONIE FRIEDA was reviewed in THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: “a convincing portrait of this not very likeable person … a thoughtful, vivid and well-paced telling of a complex story”

Bitter by Francesca Jakobi was reviewed in Daily Mail ‘[A] riveting study of a woman who takes motherly concern to rather sinister extremes . . . it slowly, tantalisingly becomes clear that Gilda has never been in charge of her life . . .  and shocking secrets from her past will have the power to transform her present’