Pauline Beaumont was interviewed on the Deliciously Ella podcast, talking about her new book BREAD THERAPY which looks at the psychological impact of making bread. Listen here.
Headline Home acquired BUT WHY? HOW TO ANSWER TRICKY QUESTIONS FROM YOUR KIDS AND HAVE AN HONEST CONVERSATION WITH YOURSELF WHILE YOU ARE AT IT by parent-influencer Clemmie Telford. The book aims to help readers communicate openly and honestly with the next generation about topics such as gender, race, mental health, body image, bullying, sexuality, money, social media and anxiety. See more here.
Kate Baily, author of LOVE YOURSELF SOBER was featured on BBC Radio 4's Women's Hour, talking about women, booze and mental health.
Vex King's GOOD VIBES GOOD LIFE has now been sold in 24 languages. A massive achievement.
Corinne Sweet's 2 MINUTE series has been serialised for the Daily Express.
Raynor Winn celebrates a double Sunday Times top ten with her new release THE WILD SILENCE coming in at number six in the hardback charts and THE SALT PATH at number six in the paperback charts. Read more here.
BBC History magazine reviewed Sally Coulthard's A SHORT HISTORY OF THE WORLD ACCORDING TO SHEEP describing it as an "in-depth, accessible take on how sheep have shaped human history. Global in Scope with fascinating vignettes from the ancient world to the present day, this is anything but woolly"
The release of THE WILD SILENCE has coincided with a bumper round of press for Raynor Winn with reviews and articles appearing in The Times, The Observer, The Daily Telegraph, Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine, the Metro, The New European, Countryfile Magazine, online for Suffolk Libraries and Good Housekeeping. She has also participated in a number of online events with Waterstones and Penguin Live.
Graham Maw Christie celebrated three titles in the Sunday Times Bestseller List in the first week of September with THE MONEY IS COMING, THE SALT PATH and GOOD VIBES, GOOD LIFE all appearing in the top ten.
Sarah Akwisombe’s new money manifesting guide THE MONEY IS COMING is now a SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER and rocketed to the top of two amazon bestseller categories on release day.
Cosmopolitan magazine identified DO SOMETHING Kajal Odedra’s guide to making a change, as an activism classic calling it “the perfect guide to getting started in the world of game-changing.”
Raynor Winn has written the foreword to The Complete Guide to the South West Coast Path, lending her experience of the route to this classic walking companion. Moreover, further excitement grows for THE WILD SILENCE as The Times identifies it as one of Autumn’s top 50 reads.
Louise Allen is interviewed for the Sun ahead of the release of ABBY'S STORY about her work as a foster mum.
Author of EAT WHAT YOU LIKE & LOSE WEIGHT FOR LIFE, Graeme Tomlinson continues to feature in national press including The Mirror, The Daily Mail and The Sun. He was also profiled in Men's Health.
In anticipation of her coming book, Raynor Winn was interviewed by the Guardian at her home in Cornwall. Coinciding with the release of THE WILD SILENCE in September, Raynor Winn announces events online with Heffers Bookshop and The Budleigh Literary Festival. Booksellers across the country have expressed their excitement for the next chapter of Raynor's life. Bea Carvalho of Waterstones said in the Guardian ‘We fell in love with Raynor’s first book, The Salt Path, and this follow-up exceeds our already high expectations.’
Milli Hill's book GIVE BIRTH LIKE A FEMINIST continues to shine a light on issues in the birth room, contributing to Sophie Elmhirst's piece in the Economist - The Battle Over Birth.
Sally Coulthard was on Saturday Live on 1/08 discussing her new book A SHORT HISTORY OF THE WORLD ACCORDING TO SHEEP with Rev Richard Coles. The book was also featured as one of the Independent's books of the month.
Author, podcaster and life coach Kate Baily has been featured in The Telegraph discussing the 'grey area' of drinking that is all too easily swept under the rug. Her book, LOVE YOURSELF SOBER, co-authored with Mandy Manners is out now.
Vybarr Cregan-Reid delivers his Ted Talk - How Modern Life is Written all over Your Face
Jane Moore's PLANTING FOR BUTTERFLIES is reviewed in the Daily Mail by Constance Smith: "This small book packs a mighty punch. It’s not only crammed with information but quietly persuasive — by the time I’d finished it I had been converted to the idea of making room for some nettles in a corner of my garden."
Freya Lewis, the author of WHAT MAKES US STRONGER and survivor of the Manchester bombings, was on Katie Piper's Extraordinary People podcast.
Pavilion acquired VEGAN SAVVY at auction. VEGAN SAVVY will introduce a set of "simple, flexible and nutritionally approved tools to make it easier to be vegan without compromising on health". See more here.