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Christina Dodd photo

The words “mystery” and “HQN” might not often go together. But ten-time New York Times bestselling romantic suspense writer Christina Dodd decided it was time to send a different kind of shiver down your spine. The result? A sharp, chilling story about a woman with the scar of a gunshot on her forehead and no memory of a year of her life, one of HQN’s biggest books of the year, and genre-bending like you’ve never (read more…)

Tomorrow cover, aka the cutest face ever

Damien Dibben’s fantastical historical novel Tomorrow [Hanover Square, March 2018] received a starred review from Library Journal : ★ “A satisfied reader will certainly suspend belief and rethink the concept of what a ‘lifetime’ could be, as Dibben’s immortal protagonist weaves his way across time and place. Steeped with historical flavor, this compelling read vividly captures the heart of animal loyalty, compassion, and emotions. Indeed, at times the dog seems (read more…)

All Rights Reserved cover

Congratulations to Gregory Scott Katsoulis, whose chilling, too-close-to-home dystopican debut All Rights Reserved  [Harlequin TEEN] is a 2018 Best Fiction for Young Adults selection!       And keep an eye out for his forthcoming follow-up, Access Restricted [August 2018].  

Things We Have in Common cover

We are thrilled to announce that Tasha Kavanagh’s Things We Have in Common [MIRA Books] is a 2018 YALSA Alex Award winner! For more about the book and an excerpt, visit our sister site, BookClubbish.   Fifteen-year-old Yasmin Doner is a social misfit who yearns for a sense of belonging, finding comfort only in food and the fantasy of being close to Alice Taylor, a girl at school. Yasmin will do (read more…)

Congratulations to Benjamin Ludwig, whose critically acclaimed novel and LibraryReads Pick Ginny Moon [Park Row Books] was selected for the Texas Librarian Association 2018 Lariat Reading List! If you are attending TLA in Dallas this year, don’t miss the chance to hear the author speak at the Lariat session on April 5th. Stay tuned for more details!   GREAT NEWS FOR BOOK CLUBS! The beloved Ginny Moon is now available in paperback. (read more…)

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