Pundit and bestseller Bill O'Reilly has re-upped with his new publisher, Henry Holt. O'Reilly's current book, Killing Lincoln, was published by Holt late last month and has gone on to become a bestseller. The new deal, for two books, will put O'Reilly under contract for three titles with Holt, after he signed to do a memoir with the publisher back in March.
O'Reilly, who is represented by Eric Simonoff at William Morris Endeavor, moved from HarperCollins to Holt when Steve Rubin took the reigns at the Macmillan division in 2010. O'Reilly's forthcoming memoir is called Bolder and Fresher: The Factory Years, but it does not yet have a publication date. In the new deal, Rubin took world rights to both titles, one of which, like Killing Lincoln, will be a presidential history.
Gillian Blake, who edited Killing Lincoln, will edit all three forthcoming titles from O'Reilly.