“They’re right to be afraid,” said Natalie. “This world, if you aren’t a success, you’re a failure. If you’re not on top, you’re on the bottom. If you’re in between, you’re hanging on by your fingernails, hoping you can get a better grip before your strength gives out. Everyone holding on is too scared to let go. Everyone on the bottom is too worn down to try. The people on the top? They’re the ones who depend on things staying the way they are.”
Head of Zeus were delighted to join Victoria Whitworth launching her new title, Swimming with Seals, at Waterstones in Edinburgh last night.
If I didn’t have a dog I’d be too scared to walk in this dark, deserted place. Winter. 6.30 am. I’m walking with only a small poodle for company, but have no sense of danger.
"I believe that there is goodness inside of every single one of us, and artists like Kahlil Gibran help us to discover and nurture that goodness in ourselves and in others." – Salma Hayek-Pinault, Foreword to Kahlil Gibran: Beyond Borders
Find out more about Emily Chappell, author and illustrator behind A Hut of One's Own. Meet Emily and Paul at their allotment in Glasgow, and find out more about this gorgeous new book which is out now.
Head of Zeus launched Fay Weldon’s new title, Death of a She Devil, at The Ivy last night (5th April 2017) with a wealth of guests including Miriam Margoyles and Julian Clary.
I wrote The Rook to be a stand-alone, one-shot book. 'Woman with amnesia has to masquerade as herself in a Government department that deals with (and is staffed by) the supernatural. She fights evil and treachery with the powers of bio-manipulation, bureaucracy, and the occasional smart-ass remark.'
Extract from What's Next by Daniel Hannan
"It is now in the interests of the EU as a whole for Britain to leave amicably, open its markets and show what a commercial nation can achieve. We must hope for, and work toward, prosperity in the Continent: wealthy neighbours make the best customers, and we all have a stake in each other’s success. The problem until now has been that the homogenization of policy was holding everyone back.
Neil Hegarty has been shortlisted for the Kerry Group Novel of the Year Award 2017. The award is for the best novel by an Irish author published between 1st February 2016 and 1st February 2017 with a prize of €15,000 for the winning author.
Head of Zeus have acquired World English rights to Polish author Jacek Dukaj’s prize-winning novel ICE (Lód) in a deal done with Magdalena Debowska (Polishrights.com) at the London Book Fair.
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