Hey librarians, we have an exciting lineup of 2020 YA titles coming down the pipeline, and we thought we’d give you a sneak peek at three of the first releases of the new year. Download our free digital sampler of: Abigail Johnson’s sparkling dual narrative romance, Every Other Weekend; Eric Smith’s Don’t Read the Comments, an #OwnVoices novel with one foot in the gaming world and one foot (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…)
The Cactus [Park Row Books] is the delightful story of one woman’s unconventional journey to motherhood when she finds out that she’s pregnant—at the age of 45. We’re also proud to announce that it’s Reese Witherspoon’s latest Book Club Selection! HUGE CONGRATS to author Sarah Haywood! Find out more about the book club and get in on the reading fun here!
Meet Alaine Beauparlant: she’s a whip-smart aspiring journalist whose revenge-against-the-mean-girls prank goes very awry, and she is sent to live with her posh aunt in her family’s native Haiti to do volunteer work as penance. There, she will uncover family secrets that may or may not be related to a family curse, navigate her fraught (and heartbreaking) relationship with her brilliant journalist mother, and ultimately come to embrace her beautifully (read more…)
Is your book club looking for the quintessential summer read? Says The Kiss Quotient author Helen Hoang of one such book: “[Amy Mason] Doan’s writing sweeps you away to the high-speed, sun-soaked backdrop of nineties California and takes you on a woman’s journey toward finding herself.” Don’t miss Summer Hours [Graydon House, on sale now], about the idealism of youth, the seductive power of nostalgia, and what happens when you (read more…)