“It’s a kids’ book…” PS. Don’t be like Fred. Find out more about the book here.
Apparently New Regency Pictures loves Stephen Giles’s “fun and wicked read” (Matthew Sullivan, author of Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore) as much as we do–so much so that Variety reports that they bought the film rights for The Boy at the Keyhole [Hanover Square Press], to be produced by Arnon Milchan (Pretty Woman, The Revenant, and Birdman). “I am over the moon that a production company with the pedigree of New Regency have shown such faith (read more…)
Travel from the Balkans to England, Iraq to NYC, and finally to an ordinary home in Kansas on The Day of the Killing, when a frantic 911 calls in the opening pages of Annie Ward’s Beautiful Bad [March, 2019] summons the police to a shocking crime scene. Loved the read? Request the entire ARC on Netgalley, here. Early praise for Beautiful Bad: “As imaginatively constructed as it is compelling. Filled with (read more…)
Harlequin TEEN authors are catching eyes and crossing over in the world of adult horror: “On the YA side, Hillary Monahan [aka Eva Darrows, author of Harlequin TEEN’s Dead Little Mean Girl] and Amy Lukavics [Daughters Unto Devils, The Ravenous] are making this the Golden Age of horror,” said Paul Tremblay, the author of the terrifying Head Full of Ghosts and creepy Cabin at the End of the World, in his LA Times (read more…)
‘Tis the (election) season! Feeling a bit of political fatigue as we head into the 2018 elections? Book Clubbish has the perfect book club kit remedy for you. The West Wing meets Sex and the City in Aimee Agresti’s Campaign Widows [Graydon House], a wickedly sharp, wildly fun take on the Washington landscape. Follow the misadventures of the “widows,” an inner circle of DC elites who forge unlikely friendships and unbreakable bonds over the (read more…)