Full list of 2019 Book Marketing Society Award Winners

POSTED ON: 13/12/19 TAGS:

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Book Marketing Society Awards

January – March 2019

  • Debut – The Familiars / Stephen Dumugn, Felice McKeown, Sahini Bibi (BonnierZaffre)
  • Fiction – The Binding / Sarah Shea, Katy Blott (HarperFiction)
  • Non-fiction – Pinch of Nom / Don Shanahan, Jodie Mullish, Andy Joannou (Bluebird)
  • Children’s – The Valentines: Happy Girl Lucky / Alex Cowan, Beth Maher (HC Childrens)
  • YA – King of Scars / Naomi Berwin, Natasha Whearity (Hachette Childrens)
  • Guerrilla – How to Clean Your House / Janet Aspey, Hannah Sawyer (HQ)

April – June 2019

  • Debut – Queenie / Cait Davies (Orion)
  • Fiction – In a House of Lies / Tom Noble (Orion)
  • Non-fiction – The Secret Barrister / Paul Martinovic (Pan Macmillan)
  • Children’s – Malamander / Jill Kidson, Jo Humphries-Davies, Josh Alliston, James McParland (Walker)
  • YA – A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder / Jasveen Bansal, Dannie Price (Egmont)
  • Guerrilla – Lowborn / Sophie Painter (Vintage)

July – September 2019

  • Debut – Our Stop / Hannah O’Brien, Ellie Pilcher (Avon)
  • Fiction – The Testaments / Rosanna Boscawen, Chloe Healy, Sophie Painter (Vintage PRH)
  • Non-fiction – Three Women / Hannah Paget (Bloomsbury)
  • Children’s – Top Marks for Murder / Sonia Razvi (PRH Childrens)
  • YA – The Deathless Girls / Naomi Berwin (Hachette Childrens)
  • Guerrilla – In at the Deep End / Fleur Clarke (HarperFiction)
  • Multi-title – Start Your Voyage / Fleur Clarke, Emma Pickard, Rachel Quin (HarperFiction)

October-December 2019

  • The Starless Sea / Sophie Painter & Kate Neilan (Vintage PRH)Fiction
  • Non-fiction – The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse / Rebecca Hibbert (Ebury PRH)
  • Children’s – Earth Heroes / Hester Seddon & Julia Kathro (Nosy Crow)
  • YA – It’s Not OK To Feel Blue (and other lies) / Alesha Bonser (PRH Children’s)
  • Guerrilla – Find Me / Phoebe Williams (Faber & Faber)
  • Multi-title – MerkyBooks Pop-Up Shop / Emma Wallace, Natalia Cacciatore, Lydia Weigel & Sharifah Grant (Cornerstone PRH)

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