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Catalogue Spotlight: Summersdale

Summersdale is an independent publisher of non-fiction titles including humour, travel writing, self help and general interest. I do find it a nice break to read non-fiction now and then, especially if it gives me ideas for holidays! Here’s a few of my picks out…

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Catalogue Spotlight: Transworld

  Transworld Publishers are part of the Random House Group and include several well-known imprints; Doubleday, Bantam Press, Black Swan and Corgi. Their fiction line-up is often considered quite commercial but there’s plenty that catches my eye in the October 12 – July 13 catalogue….

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Catalogue Spotlight: Gallic Books

Gallic Books is a small, independent publisher dedicated to bringing French fiction to an English reading audience. They also run the wonderful Belgravia Books (where you can often pick up their titles for a bargain price). 2013 will mark their 6th year in business. The…

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Catalogue Spotlight: Quercus

This week on Catalogue Spotlight is the ever-expanding independent publisher, Quercus, probably best known for bringing Stieg Larsson to an English speaking audience. As well as books published under Quercus, the catalogue includes several imprints; MacLehose Press for international fiction, Jo Fletcher Books for sci-fi,…