Bonnier Zaffre, part of Bonnier Publishing UK, today announces a brand new deal to publish two more novels by Stephanie Butland.
Eleanor Dryden, Publishing Director, Bonnier Zaffre, acquired UK and commonwealth rights from Oli Munson at A.M. Heath.
Stephanie has published two novels with Bonnier Zaffre and is known for her relatable, quirky and independent characters. Her first novel published under the Zaffre imprint, Lost for Words, has sold over 65,000 copies to date. Her latest book, The Curious Heart of Ailsa Rae, was published last month.
My team at Bonnier Zaffre are all that an author can wish for – creative, hard-working, and passionate people with vision and drive.
Stephanie said: “My team at Bonnier Zaffre are all that an author can wish for – creative, hard-working, and passionate people with vision and drive. I’m delighted to be working with them on two more novels.”
Eleanor Dryden said: “Stephanie Butland writes the most beautiful, heart-rending and unforgettable novels, and has an ever-growing fan-base of devoted readers. I feel honoured to be her publisher, and working with her editorially is fun, thought provoking and endlessly creative. So we’re overjoyed to be able to work with her on two more unique and exciting novels. The first – as yet untitled – is to be published in 2019, and has a distinctly feminist message along with acutely observed and completely compelling interweaving stories of three women with a secret in their past. It is going to be a treat.”
The first of the two books, as yet untitled, is set to publish in 2019.