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If you’re like me, you’re over ‘Cuffing Season.’ Winter isn’t for awkward dates and clammy handholding – it’s for READING! Curl up this January with these books librarians are loving on GalleyChat*: Here and Now and Then: by Mike Chen** (MIRA; January 29)   The Familiars: by Stacey Halls** (MIRA; February 19)   The Woman in the Lake by Nicola Cornick** (Graydon House Books; February 26)   The Lady From the (read more…)

These are just a few things Linette has been reading/eating/shopping/listening to this holiday season…   International candy. Adi Alsaid just laughed when I told him how polarizing his favorite sweet–dried mangos coated in chili from his native Mexico–can be. (In our case, specifically amongst adventurous librarians in Seattle/Issaquah in October.) He wasn’t surprised, and we both agree that this wonderfully sassy article about candies around the world, written by journalist (and Adi’s fellow globetrotting (read more…)

November is a time for Thanksgiving… a time to gather around a table stacked with pies and mashed potatoes, and to thank the universe for endless books!   BELOW ARE SOME OF THE TITLES LIBRARIANS ARE ALREADY THANKFUL FOR ON GALLEYCHAT.* (And if you love the read, please don’t forget to vote LibraryReads on Netgalley or Edelweiss!)   Here and Now and Then: by Mike Chen** (MIRA; January 29) LibraryReads voting deadline: (read more…)

Welcome to spooky season!   No matter if you’re spending it concocting witchy brews or hunting for ghosts, Harlequin has books (and a bonus cocktail) to suit every Halloween mood: Nightingale (On Sale Now; Harlequin Teen) June is different. June is hysterical. June is in danger. The Witch of Willow Hall (On Sale Now; Graydon House) Strange power, fierce love, and a past that refuses to stay buried. Toil & (read more…)

Back to school means our favorite thing – more books! HERE IT IS! THE TITLE LIBRARIANS HAVE ALREADY FALLEN FOR ON GALLEYCHAT*: Even If I Fall: “Abigail Johnson deftly weaves together emotional and romantic turmoil into an unforgettable read about loss, dreams, and redemption.” —Jeff Zentner, William C. Morris award-winning author of The Serpent King (Inkyard Press; Jan. 8) *GalleyChat is an opportunity to talk with fellow librarians about recent galleys (every first Tuesday (read more…)

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