Bonnier Books UK launches new brand identity

Bonnier Books UK today launches a new, refreshed brand identity to reflect its growth and evolution as a publisher. The company’s ‘open book’ brand symbol derived from the ‘B’ in the Bonnier logo has been simplified so it is more modern and digital friendly and can be applied more creatively as a visual device. As […]

Books for Black History Month and beyond

Celebrated in the UK each October, Black History Month recognises and champions Black excellence in British culture and society – and fosters an understanding of how these rich contributions have shaped our country’s history. With the theme Proud to Be, this month will salute the diverse legacies, achievements and individual stories of those making their […]

Bonnier Books UK appoints Rogers to lead ANZ growth at Echo

Bonnier Books UK has appointed Juliet Rogers as m.d. of its Sydney- based publisher, Echo Publishing. Rogers has more than thirty years’ experience leading publishing businesses in both New Zealand and Australia, including Random House and Murdoch Books. She has chaired the publisher associations in both countries and was the inaugural chair of the book […]

T.M. Logan takes home the Silver Nielsen Bestseller Award for The Holiday

T.M. Logan has been awarded the Silver Nielsen Bestseller Award in recognition of his thriller The Holiday (Zaffre) having now sold over 250,000 copies to date in the UK alone. The Nielsen Bestseller Awards use data from Nielsen BookScan and Nielsen PubTrack Digital to identify and celebrate the UK’s bestselling books. Logan was honoured in […]

Embla Books lands two laugh-out-loud romcoms from debut author Kirstie Pelling

Embla Books, the digital-first imprint of Bonnier Books UK, has acquired two romantic comedies from journalist and debut author, Kirstie Pelling. Hannah Smith, Editorial Director, acquired world English language rights from Caroline Michel at PFD. The first book in the deal, Life’s a Catastrophe, will publish in eBook and audio in February 2022 – it’s […]

Stacey Halls longlisted for the Portico Prize

Stacey Halls’ Mrs England has been longlisted for the prestigious Portico Prize, the biennial award for the book that best evokes the spirit of the North of England, open to new works of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. The West Yorkshire-set Mrs England features on a 14-strong longlist drawn up by Portico’s Society of Readers and […]