A Song of Me and You: The escapist pageturner of the summer
About this deal
Publisher Nick Sayers acquired UK and Commonwealth rights excluding Canada to the two new titles from Ariella Feiner of United Agents. Hodder will publish them in the UK and Commonwealth, excluding Canada, in hardback, paperback, audio and e-book. Single parent Helen is trying her hardest to get her life back on track after her husband left her for another woman, trying to hold down her job as a teacher whilst dealing with teenage children is far from easy.
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In the last few years, Mike has been absolutely flying, with a Richard and Judy selection, a Sara Cox TV Book Club selection, and a phenomenal increase in digital sales. While Linda finds her journey brings more than she bargained for, Tom suddenly has only himself to rely on. The book follows Helen and Ben, who parted as heartbroken eighteen-year-olds and went their separate ways.When Dave Harding holds his friend’s newborn baby, the biological clock he never knew existed starts ticking. A story that will get under your skin, will make you think and stay wit you long after you finished it. Feiner added: “To celebrate 25 years of being published is a phenomenal achievement and it is wonderful to see the plans coming together for this special anniversary year.
A Song of Me and You: The escapist pageturner of the summer A Song of Me and You: The escapist pageturner of the summer
The publisher described A Song of Me and You as “a rollercoaster of emotions, full of love and hope, and relatable characters who will stay with readers long after the final pages".We are so excited about the paperback of Mike’s brilliant novel The Museum of Ordinary People, and then A Song of Me and You, which is heartbreaking and uplifting in equal measure, will take things to another level again. I was pulled into the story, and carried along for the ride, completely caught up in what was happening with Ben, and the whirlwind that Helen and their children find themselves in.