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  • Crime Fiction Acquisitions for 2017

    Crime Fiction Acquisitions for 2017

    Legend Press are delighted to have signed three gripping crime novels for Spring/Summer 2017, all acquired by our Commissioning Editor, Lauren Parsons.

    Crime Fiction Acquisitions for 2017
  • New acquisition for 2017

    New acquisition for 2017

    Legend Press are delighted to acquire UK and Commonwealth rights for Dark Chapter, the powerful debut novel by Winnie M Li. Rights were acquired by Legend Press's Commissioning Editor Lauren Parsons from Maria Cardona at the Pontas Literary & Film Agency. The novel will be published by Legend Press on 15th September 2017. Pontas also sold North American rights of the novel to Polis Books, Swedish rights to Norstedts and Dutch rights to HarperCollins Holland.

    New acquisition for 2017
  • 'Quirky, moving novel' - Daily Mail reviews Owl Song at Dawn

    'Quirky, moving novel' - Daily Mail reviews Owl Song at Dawn

    A wonderful bit of news cheering us up on this dreary, wet Friday... Owl Song at Dawn, the brilliant debut novel by Emma Claire Sweeney has been reviewed in The Daily Mail.

    'Quirky, moving novel' - Daily Mail reviews Owl Song at Dawn
  • Exclusive cover reveal - The Song of the Stork

    Exclusive cover reveal - The Song of the Stork

    We are delighted to share with you the cover for THE SONG OF THE STORK by Stephan Collishaw, which will be published by Legend Press on 1st March 2017.

    Exclusive cover reveal - The Song of the Stork
  • Vote for Untouchable Things

    Vote for Untouchable Things

    We are very excited that Tara Guha's fantastic debut novel UNTOUCHABLE THINGS has been shortlisted for the Dead Good Reads Most Recommended Book of the Year.

    Vote for Untouchable Things
  • Two of our titles have made the Amazon Rising Stars shortlist!

    Two of our titles have made the Amazon Rising Stars shortlist!

    We're over the moon as two of our titles have made the August selection for Amazon's Rising Stars: The Blackbird Singularity by Matt Wilven and The Strays by Emily Bitto.

    Two of our titles have made the Amazon Rising Stars shortlist!