‘Rip-roaring’ novel of loyalty and danger to Borough Press

The Borough Press is to publish Canadian author Tyler Keevil’s fourth book, No Good Brother. In her first acquisition for the imprint, Holly Ainley, commissioning editor at The Borough Press, acquired world all language rights from Becky Thomas at Johnson & Alcock in a five figure pre-empt. No Good Brother is a contemporary story of … Continued


Sing for Chilbury: We need your choir!

Set in a Kent village in 1940, The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir is a joyful and inspirational tale of a village choir pulling together in times of crisis and great change. Singing is at the heart of the novel – and we need your choir to help us bring the audiobook to life! We’re looking for … Continued



Reader, I Married Him: Stories inspired by Jane Eyre

The twenty-one stories in Reader, I Married Him – one of the most celebrated lines in fiction – are inspired by Jane Eyre and shaped by its perennially fascinating themes of love, compromise and self-determination. Published at the beginning of April, we’ve been thrilled with some of the reviews for this fantastic collection of stories. Edited by … Continued


Announcing a beautiful debut from Cherise Wolas

  Suzie Dooré at The Borough Press pre-empted UK and Commonwealth rights (excluding Canada) in two books by Cherise Wolas, from Kerry Nordling at St Martin’s Press. THE RESURRECTION OF JOAN ASHBY was acquired in the US by Amy Einhorn for Flatiron Books who will publish in August 2017, and Borough Press will publish in … Continued


Eligible is the book of the summer!

We could not be more excited about the release of Curtis Sittenfeld’s next novel, Eligible, and it seems we’re not the only ones. Here are a small selection of the fantastically good quotes we’ve had in lately… ‘In 2009 it was One Day. Four years ago it was Gone Girl. This year the book of the summer … Continued