The Telegraph has a lot of fun with hotel chain Travelodge‘s compilation of the latest literary works most often left behind in hotel rooms, especially as Alastair Campbell‘s THE BLAIR YEARS tops this year’s list. Former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan took second place with DON’T YOU KNOW WHO I AM? And vixen Katie Price – Jordan to the reality TV-watching world – ended up in third place with A WHOLE NEW WORLD. Jason Cotta, Travelodge operations director, said: “This review always gives us a good idea of what is going on in consumers’ minds during the summer holidays. Clearly celebrity is what we all want to know about and Alistair Campbell’s diaries were bound to intrigue.”
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First Katie Price, aka Jordan, and now this. The Bookseller reports that former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell has struck a deal with Macmillan to write a series of books for children. The six-book series will be targeted at children aged five to eight, and is set to launch at the rate of one book a month from May 2008. Each story will centre around nine-year-old Ugenia Lavender, an “incredible kid who has heaps of attitude and brainwaves like bolts of lightning”, as she meets celebrities on her “contemporary” adventures. The advance was not disclosed but was for world rights. Halliwell will record a promotional song to accompany the series and will also read the audio editions.