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Darcy Moon has gone purple! This is the new North American cover for Catherine Carvell’s Darcy Moon and the Deep-Fried Frogs – now renamed Darcy Moon and the Aroona Frogs for American audiences. The book was published by Star Bright Books in June.

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This is the beautiful new UK cover for The Weaver Fish by Robert Edeson. We love seeing how different countries interpret our books through their covers. By the way, it’s accompanied by one of our favourite office treats, cumquat cake, baked by me but using Anna Gare’s recipe from Homemade.

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Welcome to June, everyone. I feel as if my feet have barely touched the ground these past few weeks. The team here has been airborne as often as not – both literally and figuratively.

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Alan Carter takes Cato Kwong to Europe

Crime writer Alan Carter was in Europe last month for a three-nation tour of France, Switzerland and Spain. He was promoting his novel Prime Cut, which has just been released in French and Spanish as Morceaux de Choix and Corte Perfecto respectively.

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Hello and happy new year! I’m sure that, like me, you’ve already forgotten the holidays and are back at the coalface. In 2016 Fremantle Press will be celebrating middle age. Yes, folks, we’re turning 40.

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The latest update from CEO Jane Fraser.

As we approach the end of 2015, we are thrilled that Paisiello Pictures in California have optioned the film rights to Liz Byrski’s In Love and War.

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Hello and welcome to November! It’s hard to believe the year is almost over and Christmas is full steam ahead.

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The latest update from CEO Jane Fraser.

Alan Carter’s success in Germany continues. Last week we were delighted to hear from our European publishing friends that Edition Nautilus had sold the pocketbook rights for Alan Carter’s Prime Cut to Droemer Knaur, one of Germany’s biggest publishers.

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