The Louder I Will Sing is a powerful, compelling and uplifting memoir about growing up in modern Britain as a young Black man. It’s a story both of people and politics, of the underlying racism beneath many of our most important institutions, but also the positive power that hope, faith and love can bring in response.
In this blinding debut, Robert Jones Jr. blends the lyricism of Toni Morrison with the vivid prose of Zora Neale Hurston to characterise the forceful, enduring bond of love, and what happens when brutality threatens the purest form of serenity.
In No Such Thing As Normal, Bryony offers sensible, practical advice, covering subjects such as sleep, addiction, worry, medication, self-image, boundary setting, therapy, learned behaviour, mindfulness and, of course – as the founder of Mental Health Mates – the power of walking and talking.
Boys and girls everywhere have been finding their awesome and daring to be themselves thanks to bestselling author Matthew Syed. Now he’s created an interactive journal full of life hacks, challenges and activities to give kids the confidence to come up with their own plan of action to be themselves, live happy and think differently.
Hachette UK has announced a raft of new measures to bring more transparency to how pay is calculated, awarded and communicated at different levels of the company. The publisher is raising its entry level salaries, […]
Hachette UK has today revealed its Ethnicity Pay Gap Action Plan, following publication of its second Ethnicity Pay Gap Report* in July and subsequent employee workshops over the summer. Hachette UK’s 2020 Ethnicity Pay […]
Hachette UK’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) employee network, THRIVE, is joining forces with the BAME employee networks at HarperCollins (Elevate) and Penguin Random House UK (Colour[Full]) for the first time, to hold a […]