10 Apr 2018 - 06:04

This August, something exciting is coming. Something big. Something... mega. 

Starring Jason Statham, Steve Alten's classic story of boy meets shark is coming to cinemas everywhere this August.

29 Mar 2018 - 12:03

We've made it to the first bank holiday of the spring: hooray! Take advantage of the rare four-day weekend by grabbing some Easter chocolate (and your brolly!) and heading to the park with a good book. We've got just the things to spirit you away this Easter.

28 Mar 2018 - 06:03

Emma Burstall is the author of the Tremarnock series of novels. The latest, Tremarnock Summer is out in paperback on 5th April.

Choosing a name for a book character can be almost as hard as naming a baby. When I was deciding what to call my children, I ummed and ahhed for ages because I wanted to get it just right, and so it is with the men and women in my novels. Often I’ll spend hours writing out different combinations of first names and surnames until I’m completely satisfied. 
27 Mar 2018 - 06:03

This spring we're welcoming two new novels from million-copy bestselling author Amanda Prowse, that tell the story of one couple from both sides... Theo's story is out on 5th April. 

Theo Montgomery grew up in a rich family where he had all the toys and trinkets money could buy. But his childhood was full of neglect and he was bullied at school. Now he is an adult, he longs to find a soulmate. Someone who understands him. Someone who will love him unconditionally.

26 Mar 2018 - 06:03

Plantbased Pixie is a a food blogger, biochemist (BSc), nutritionist (MSc) (AfN), writer, and speaker. Her first book, The Wellness Rebel, is out on 5th April from Anima. This extract from The Wellness Rebel first appeared in Daily Mail.

Unlike many of those who extol the virtues of ‘clean eating’ or set themselves up as ‘wellness’ gurus, I want to set out my credentials right at the start.

I’m not just another health blogger offering a transformational plan or miracle cure, armed with only a pretty plate of food and a marketing strategy.

21 Mar 2018 - 03:03

Last night, Tuesday 20th March, Head of Zeus and Apollo were delighted to launch Dejan Tiago-Stanković's debut novel, Estoril at the Portuguese Ambassador's Residence in London.

Dejan appeared in conversation with journalist and author Misha Glenny, discussing the novel's themes, including espionage, immigration and Portugal's most glamorous coast.

19 Mar 2018 - 06:03

Victoria Schofield's The Black Watch has won the Gold Award for Military History Monthly's Books of the Year. 

The Black Watch: Fighting in the Frontline 1899-2006 is an account of the history of the Scotland's most famous military regiment, from the Boer War until 2006, when it was merged with five other regiments to become the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

16 Mar 2018 - 06:03
On 17th March, we celebrate St Patrick’s Day. As the patron saint of Ireland (amongst a number of other countries), Saint Patrick’s longest-lasting legacy remains that he was said to have cast a plague of snakes out of Ireland. To celebrate, we’ll be reading some of our favourite books by Irish writers. Read on for some recommendations.
14 Mar 2018 - 06:03

Last night, Tuesday 13th March, Head of Zeus and Anima were delighted to celebrate the launch of Russell Brown and Jonathan Haley's new cookbook, Well Seasoned. 

Well Seasoned is the perfect guide for anyone interested in living a holistic, seasonal life. Structured month by month, it features the finest and freshest natural ingredients that are available throughout the year and how to make the most of them.

13 Mar 2018 - 06:03
Wendy Holden is the number-one bestselling author behind the Laura Lake series. The latest instalment, Last of the Summer Moët, is out now in hardback.
I’m incredibly excited about my new book, Last of the Summer Moët. As ever, my amazing publishers Head of Zeus have done a fantastic job, and the cover is gorgeous.
Last of the Summer Moët is the second in my series of comic novels starring intrepid glossy-mag-editor Laura Lake. Her first adventures came out last year, in Three Weddings And A Scandal. This latest story takes place mostly in the fictional Great Hording, aka Britain’s Poshest Village. It’s a place with so many celebrity residents that downstairs loos without an Oscar or Grammy are rarer than ones with them. The local gastropub, gathering the ultra-competitive A-list locals together, holds the world’s most upmarket pub quiz (although disaster strikes when the local cabinet minister cheats and a Profumo-style scandal ensues).
12 Mar 2018 - 04:03

The long list for the 2018 Man Booker International Prize has been announced today. Frank Wynne, editor of upcoming anthology of translated short stories, Found in Translation, appearing twice, for his translations of Javier Cercas' The Imposter and Virginie Despentes' Vernon Subutex 1. 

Found in Translation, published by Head of Zeus in September, will comprise 100 of the very best short stories in translation from authors well-known and more obscure. 

12 Mar 2018 - 06:03
Amanda Prowse is the author of several novels, including the number 1 bestsellers What Have I Done?, Perfect Daughter and My Husband's Wife. Her latest book, Anna: One Love, Two Stories, was published on Thursday.
Goodness me! I am almost too chilly to write this!
Someone appears to have picked up the UK and accidentally dropped it somewhere close the Arctic Circle… and if this is the case, why oh why could they not have dropped us in the Caribbean? I hardly dare look at social media right now, it’s either pictures of people suffering in the snow or pictures of people on a beach, cocktail held aloft, laughing at our suffering.
09 Mar 2018 - 06:03
Barbara Ewing is a UK-based actress, playwright and novelist. She trained as an actress at RADA and has starred in film and TV, including Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968) alongside Christopher Lee. Her novel, The Actresses, has just been reissued by Head of Zeus.
Dear Readers, 
The odd thing about The Actresses (reprinted now all over the world after twenty-one years) is that it seems so relevant to the present moment, with all the revelations about Hollywood and show business, revelations that are also relevant to other professions around the world today.
But, when I wrote The Actresses, I was trying to write about how actresses became irrelevant when they were no longer young (this was affecting my own career at the time). I was trying to write a true story about actresses’ lives, to tell it like it really was, so of course all the stories about powerful, unscrupulous producers and directors, and desperate, ambitious performers, are all there, in the book.