Endeavour Press is the UK’s leading independent digital publisher. We have had a great deal of success in bringing out, promoting and selling ebook editions of works by new authors as well as bringing out ebook editions of out of print books. A number of our books have reached the Top 50 in the Amazon Kindle chart and #1 in their respective charts.
We work with variety of agents including United Agents, A M Heath, LAW Agency, RCW, Marsh Agency, David Higham and Coombs Moylett and we are constantly expanding the amount of authors we take on.
We are particularly strong at promoting and selling crime fiction, thrillers, historical fiction, history and popular women's fiction.
Meet The Team
Matthew is an experienced journalist and author. He has worked for The Sunday Times and Bloomberg, and now writes a column for The Wall Street Journal MarketWatch as well as contributing regularly to The Spectator. His books range from the award-winning ‘Bust: Greece, The Euro and the Sovereign Debt Crisis’, to the ‘Death Force’ series of adventure thrillers published by Headline. “Electronic publishing is the best thing to happen to writers since the invention of instant coffee and the biro,” he says. Follow Matthew on Twitter at @mattlynnwriter.
Richard is a literary consultant and publicist. He cut his teeth in the book trade as a bookseller, before founding Chalke Authors. He has successfully promoted writers such as Conn Iggulden, Simon Sebag Montefiore, William Dalrymple and Lucy Worsley. His books include the bestselling novel 'Augustus: Son of Rome' and the Sword of Rome series. "Endeavour Press will not just look to marry the right author to the right project,” he says. “But also forge links between its authors and the most important constituency of all, the reader."
Emma graduated from the University of Warwick with a BA (Hons) in English Literature. After undertaking a variety of internships in the world of publishing, from marketing to editorial, she joined Endeavour Press as a Publishing Assistant in July 2016. Contact Emma at [email protected]