Zaffre announces new six-book deal with bestselling author Rosie Goodwin
Zaffre, the flagship adult fiction imprint of Bonnier Books UK, is thrilled to announce a new six-book deal with bestselling author Rosie Goodwin. Senior editor Sarah Bauer acquired world rights, including audio, for the six new novels from Sheila Crowley at Curtis Brown.
In October 2020, Zaffre will launch the first hardback in Rosie’s new Precious Stones series. Zaffre will also be publishing four digital shorts by Rosie in audio and eBook later this year.
‘I am incredibly excited to have acquired six more novels from the fantastic Rosie Goodwin, who always writes with such incredible warmth and heart.’
Sarah Bauer, Senior Editor, Bonnier Books UK
Rosie Goodwin said: ‘I am delighted to have agreed a new six book contract with the wonderful team at Bonnier Books UK for an exciting new series following the success of my days of the week collection.”
Sarah Bauer, senior editor at Bonnier Books UK, said: ‘I am incredibly excited to have acquired six more novels from the fantastic Rosie Goodwin, who always writes with such incredible warmth and heart. I am ecstatic to be able to continue working with her and to launch this brilliant new series which I know her readers – old and new – will adore.’
‘I love collaborating with Rosie and Bonnier Books UK in this publishing partnership and I look forward to celebrating more bestsellers together.’
Sheila Crowley, Curtis Brown
Sheila Crowley at Curtis Brown added: ‘I love collaborating with Rosie and Bonnier Books UK in this publishing partnership and I look forward to celebrating more bestsellers together.’
Time to Say Goodbye, the final novel in Rosie’s Days of the Week series, is inspired by the Victorian ‘Days of the Week’ rhyme and will be published in hardback in March 2020. Her last novel, A Precious Gift, has been shortlisted for a Romantic Novelist’s Association 2020 Romantic Saga Award.
About Rosie Goodwin
Rosie Goodwin is the Sunday Times bestselling author of over 30 books and has sold over one million copies worldwide. Rosie is one of the top 50 most borrowed authors from UK libraries and is the first author in the world to be allowed to follow three of Dame Catherine Cookson, DBE’s trilogies with her own sequels. Rosie worked in the social services sector for many years and has fostered over 100 children. Now a fulltime novelist, Rosie lives in Nuneaton, the setting for many of her books, with her husband and their beloved dogs.