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When sisters Maritza and Maika Moulite think of the holidays and reflect on 2019, they don’t think about their beloved and critically acclaimed YA debut, Dear Haiti, Love Alaine (on sale now, Inkyard Press). No, they have many more accolades than that – whether they’ve become wizards, mermaids, or millionaires, the Moulites have come, seen, and conquered. Here are just some of their favorite things that they’ve fallen in love with (read more…)

Whether it’s the icy treats, tanning or chasing her kids on the beach, summer is author Noelle Salazar’s favorite season. Another reason why Noelle loves the summer: her debut novel, The Flight Girls (MIRA Books, on sale now), hits the shelves–in trade paperback and limited library hardcover edition! Here are a few other things that make summer in and around Seattle spectacular for her. Sweet Summer Love: I’m not going (read more…)

CHECK OUT HARLEQUIN’S MONUMENTAL AUTHOR LINEUP FRIDAY, JUNE 21 Karine Jean-Pierre, author of Moving Forward @ 6:00 – 6:45 pm  SATURDAY, JUNE 22 Jessica Spotswood, author of Toil & Trouble @ 9:00-9:45 am SUNDAY, JUNE 23 Robin Talley author of Pulp @ 10:30-11:15 am Maika & Maritza Moulite, author of Dear Haiti, Love Alaine @ 1:00-1:45 pm* Jennifer L. Armentrout, author of Storm and Fury @ 1:30-2:15 pm Sheila Roberts, author of Christmas From the Heart @ 2:00-2:45 pm* E.R. Ramzipoor, author (read more…)

HARLEQUIN’S AUTHOR LINEUP IS TEXAS LEVEL BIG MONDAY, APRIL 15 Elizabeth Keenan, author of Rebel Girls [Inkyard Press] at 5:00 pm at Autographing Aisle 10 Lindsay Cummings, coauthor of Nexus [Inkyard Press] at 6:00 pm at Autographing Aisle 10 TUESDAY, APRIL 16 Maritza & Maika Moulite, coauthors of Dear Haiti, Love Alaine [Inkyard Press] at 10:00 am at Autographing Aisle 2 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 Mallory O’Meara, author of The Lady (read more…)

Ambitious Ursula and libertine Jay are hardly an ideal pair – good thing their engagement is fake! But in Felicia Grossman’s historical romance debut, Appetites & Vices [Carina Press, February 2019] when playing pretend gets too personal, all bets are off. “Debut author Grossman doesn’t shy away from tough topics—detailing anti-Semitic prejudices of Early American high society as well as drug addiction without overshadowing the romance and humor at the center of the relationship (read more…)