Clare Christian – Publisher

Clare is a highly experienced publisher and past winner of the UK Young Publisher of the Year award. She worked for number of the larger publishing houses including Hodder, Orion, John Wiley and Pearson before co-founding The Friday Project in 2005 where she published a number of brilliant books including In Search of Adam and bestselling non-fiction Blood, Sweat and Tea and Confessions of a GP. TFP was sold to HarperCollins in 2008 and Clare stayed on until 2009 before leaving to offer publishing consultancy services under the banner of The Book Guru. She launched RedDoor in 2014.

You can contact Clare at

‘Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.’

Heather Boisseau – Publishing Manager and Editor

Heather has 16 years’ experience in the world of publishing. She has worked for a variety of publishing houses, including Hodder Headline, The Friday Project, HarperCollins, Virgin, and most recently Anova (Pavilion), as Commissioning Editor for Good Housekeeping books. She has worked on a somewhat eclectic range of fiction and non-fiction titles – from Health & Fitness, MBS, Medical and Cookery, to Humour, Travel, Adult and Autobiography – with a little bit of children’s thrown in for good measure. Heather’s experience make her the linchpin of RDP; she can project manage, create copy, commission, co-ordinate a photoshoot, and can even hand-model on demand. She is the ultimate pair of safe editorial hands. She is thrilled to be working with Clare at RedDoor, on what is already an exciting, dynamic, and diverse list of books.

You can contact Heather at

‘Nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else.’

J.M. Barrie

Anna Burtt – Publishing Co-ordinator and Editor

Anna studied for a degree in American and English Literature at The University of East Anglia and spent a year at Reed College in Oregon. Her publishing experience includes freelancing for a literary scout for several years, working freelance in social media strategy and editorially on a range of projects. She co-runs The Bookish Supper Salon in Brighton, an event that brings readers and authors together round a table with home made food and wine. She is the curator of an anthology about losing a mother. She is delighted to be part of the RedDoor team and loves working collaboratively with talented authors and their fantastic books.

You can contact Anna at

‘Swap me ten men for just one capable woman!’

Mark Thompson

Julia Pidduck – Digital Marketing Manager

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