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Mirror mirror on the wall...

Mirror Books is a new non-fiction publishing company from Trinity Mirror.

‘We’re looking to publish across a broad area of non-fiction,’ said executive editor Jo Sollis. ‘Real-life stories, memoirs, nostalgia, true crime and self-improvement. We wouldn’t rule out anything as a consideration, but it helps enormously if it fits with a Mirror reader demographic, as our newspaper titles can lend a powerful hand in support marketing for our books and authors. The company publishes over 150 newspapers around the UK, from national titles The Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror to regional papers including The Manchester Evening News, Bristol Post, LiverpoolEcho and Nottingham Post. All of these titles can offer title promotion.’

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