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JT Ellison (Lie to Me) ratchets up the stakes in Tear Me Apart [August 28, MIRA] about a 17-year-old’s race against the clock as she desperately seeks the truth behind her birth–even as doctors are racing to save her life. Says PW in their starred review of Tear Me Apart, “Ellison is at the top of her game.” Tear Me Apart is available for request on Netgalley!   [Tear Me Apart (read more…)

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Sarah Morgan is best known most recently for her sparkling “From Manhattan with Love” romance series, but her first foray into women’s fiction is already racking up rave reviews. Morgan’s How To Keep A Secret [HQN] has earned not one but two stars with her story about three generations of women who are bought together by a crisis, learning over the course of a hot summer in Martha’s Vineyard about the power (read more…)

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To celebrate the publication of Amy Meyerson’s darkly delightful THE BOOKSHOP OF YESTERDAYS [Park Row Books] about a woman who inherits her uncle’s bookshop–along with the scavenger hunt he left for her within it–we thought it would be appropriate to share the book’s official Book Clubbish book club kit with you. Download it free, here.     “Terrifically fun… Part riddle, part mystery, part family drama, part a bookstore lover’s dream, and then (read more…)

HARLEQUIN’S AUTHOR LINEUP IS STRONG LIKE MICHELLE OBAMA   FRIDAY, JUNE 22 Laurie Forest, author of The Iron Flower @ 6:00 – 6:45 pm  SATURDAY, JUNE 23 Julie Kagawa, author of Shadow of the Fox @ 10:00-10:45 am Nancy Richardson Fischer, author of When Elephants Fly @ 10:00-10:45 am Jude Deveraux, author of A Willing Murder @ 1:00-1:45 pm SUNDAY, JUNE 24 RaeAnne Thayne, author of Season of Wonder @ 9:00-9:45 am Lisa Unger, author of Under My Skin @ 1:00-1:45 pm   All at HarperCollins/Harlequin booth #3340

Kelly deVos is no stranger to tough conversations. Her new book, Fat Girl on a Plane, has garnered acclaim for it’s tactful and relatable approach to body image at any size. Now she’s raising her bold and unique voice in the New York Times in her essay “The Problem with Body Positivity” to explore just that. Here’s a taste: “Everything I thought I knew about body positivity had somehow become wrong. One morning (read more…)

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