I could have ended up selling pants for a living
20 May, 2015
By Jessica Killingley, Marketing Director at Hodder & Stoughton
By Editor Maddy Price
5 reasons you should read My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me
06 May, 2015
My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me by Jennifer Teege is the extraordinary and moving memoir of a woman who learns that her grandfather was Amon Goeth, the brutal Nazi commandant depicted in the film Schindler's List. Here are five reasons why you need to read her mesmerising story.
Things we love most about our new home
22 April, 2015
Things are very different over here at Hodder HQ, as we settle into our new home at Blackfriars. We spent most of last week exploring all the nooks and crannies, sampling the food from our new 6th floor cafe, basking in the sun on the roof terrace... and doing a lot of important work too of course.
Now that we've had time to reflect, we'd love to share some of our favourite things about Carmelite House.
Spotlight on Hodderscape: Hodder's SFF community
16 April, 2015
Hodderscape is where Hodder & Stoughton’s resident geeks hang out and chat about our science fiction, fantasy and horror books.
April Fool! Greatest plot twists in literature
01 April, 2015
It’s April Fools’ Day, and one of the greatest forms of practical jokes is, in our opinion, the plot twist.
8 literary places to visit in the Easter holidays
26 March, 2015
What ARE we all going to do with those extra couple of days’ holiday (or more!) around Easter?
5 myths about publishing
20 March, 2015
We asked our Editorial Director, Drummond Moir, to quash some common beliefs about publishing that simply aren't true.
What if these famous fictional mothers had phones?
10 March, 2015
What would happen to the dynamics of the mother-child relationships of some of our favourite fictional characters if they were introduced to the modern age of mobile phones?
Fictional women with real superpowers
05 March, 2015
It's International Women's Day on Sunday, and we've been thinking about some of the female characters in our favourite works of fiction. Stand aside you damsels in distress; here are some gals with real superpowers.
A day in the life of an editorial assistant
26 February, 2015
Abby Parsons is an editorial assistant for the Hodder Fiction team, and has been for six months now. We think she's just about qualified enough to tell you about a typical day in the life of an editorial assistant.
What Libraries Mean to Us
17 February, 2015
Obviously here at Hodder Towers we all love books, but recently we've realised there are some touching stories behind the origins of our bibliophilia that all lead back to libraries.
16 Hilarious Dating Profiles of Famous Fictional Characters
09 February, 2015
Find out how this motley crew of fictional characters would get on in the world of internet dating.
5 Things I Learned at Hodder
05 February, 2015
My two weeks work experience placement by Bryony Goodwin
Thrillingly Good Books from Criminally Good Writers
27 January, 2015
Head of Fiction Marketing for Hodder & Stoughton, Lucy Upton, introduces the new community for fans of crime and thriller fiction.
10 Books to Boost Your Burns' Night
23 January, 2015
Celebrating Burns' Night on Sunday? We've got some very Scottish-flavoured book recommendations to accompany your haggis, neeps and tatties.
7 Creative Ways to Organise Your Bookshelves
15 January, 2015
See if some of these ideas inspire you to get creative with your books.
Our New Year Reading Resolutions
09 January, 2015
Have you made any New Year reading resolutions? Find out about some of our team's reading challenges for 2015 and see if we can inspire you.
Julie Corbin on losing someone close and her new book NOW THAT YOU'RE GONE.
10 June, 2014
Author Julie Corbin explores sibling relationships and our mechanisms for coping with loss in her fourth novel NOW THAT YOU'RE GONE . . .
The Art of Being Published
22 November, 2013
Debut author Sarah Vaughan on the encouragement of friends, the thrill of being published, and why she came to Hodder thirty years too late...
Writing Female Characters
The View From The Other Side
08 October, 2013
Author Jon Rance describes what it was like writing women for the first time.