Two Roads

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Two Roads
Two Roads Logo.jpg
Parent company Hodder & Stoughton
Status Active
Founded 2010
Country of origin United Kingdom
Headquarters location London, England
Official website http://www.tworoadsbooks.com

Two Roads Books is an imprint of John Murray Press now a division of Hachette.

History

Announced by its Publisher, Lisa Highton, in September 2010, Two Roads started publishing in 2011. Publishing 12-15 books a year, with a mixture of narrative non-fiction and fiction, its stated mission is ‘stories-voices-places-lives’.[1] Two Roads is now an imprint of John Murray Press, and was shortlisted for Imprint of the Year in the British Book Awards 2019. Two Roads authors include Sir David Attenborough, Billy Connolly, Kirsty Wark, Akala, Monty Don and Ruth Hogan.

Notable Publications

2011

2012

  • The Sea on Our Skin – Madeleine Tobert
  • A Century of Wisdom – Caroline Stoessinger
  • The Reading Promise – Alice Ozma
  • CleoHelen Brown
  • Cats & Daughters – Helen Brown
  • The Last LectureRandy Pausch
  • The Vet: The big wild world – Luke Gamble
  • Dream New Dreams – Jai Pausch
  • The Stockholm Octavo – Karen Englemann
  • The End of Your Life Book Club – Will Schwalbe
  • Happier at HomeGretchen Rubin

2013

  • Doodlemum – Angie Stevens
  • Island Wife – Judy Fairbairns
  • Z – a novel of Zelda Fitzgerald – Therese Anne Fowler
  • Before I Say Goodbye – Susan Spencer-Wendel

References

  1. ^ "Hodder & Stoughton announce the launch of new imprint TWO ROADS". Hachette UK Press Releases. 14 September 2010. Retrieved 11 September 2010.

External links

  • Official website
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