HarperCollins Publishers has acquired world all-language rights to Christmas with Good Housekeeping. The book will be published on 18th October 2018.
Editorial director Katya Shipster negotiated the deal for HarperNonFiction with Gaby Huddart, group editorial director Hearst Lifestyle and Sharon Douglas, chief brand officer (lifestyle) Hearst.
Good Housekeeping’s cookery team is dedicated to developing recipes for every kind of home cook – from the novice to the experienced and from the creative and flamboyant to the time-saving cheat. The beautifully photographed book will include festive bakes, edible gifts, vegan alternatives, appetising leftovers and more. Christmas with Good Housekeeping delivers a promise of a joyous and hassle-free festive season for every skill level and to every taste, year after year. This will be Good Housekeeping’s first UK Christmas cookbook.
Christmas with Good Housekeeping will be published on 18th October 2018
Gaby Huddart says: ‘We’re thrilled to be partnering with HarperCollins for the release of Christmas with Good Housekeeping. Christmas is a special time at Good Housekeeping, from our famous Christmas taste tests to finding the best value Christmas Day dinner for our readers, we always work to ensure we’ve got Christmas covered. Christmas with Good Housekeeping is packed full of triple tested recipes for the festive season, and makes the perfect, timeless gift.’
Katya Shipster says: ‘I’m delighted to be working with Hearst on Christmas with Good Housekeeping. It’s an inspirational start to what we hope will be a long and creative relationship between our two companies. The recipes have been carefully curated, beautifully designed, with stunning photography throughout, and is one I will personally be relying on to get me through every Christmas season from now on.’
Hearst UK is a member of FIPP.
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