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Hello, librarians! How are we talking about November releases already?! Below you will find a list of titles eligible for the November LibraryReads list. Download our picks for LibraryReads and remember to vote by October 1st! From USA Today-bestselling Jillian Cantor, THE FICTION WRITER follows a mid-list writer hired by a handsome billionaire to write about his family history with Daphne du Maurier and finds herself drawn into a tangled web of (read more…)

Are you excited about ALA Annual? HTP Books has our largest footprint ever with 8 authors appearing at panels, in our booth, and on the main stages. And back by popular demand is our Blind Date With a Book giveaway in our booth: you tell us what you like to read, and we’ll set you up with an Advance Reading Copy you will love.  Our full schedule is below – (read more…)

Another hearty congratulations to Sarah Penner’s The London Séance Society, which has been named a LibraryReads Pick for March! The author of The Lost Apothecary brings a spellbinding tale about two daring women who hunt for truth and justice in the perilous art of conjuring the dead. From Shari Suarez, GDL-Johnson Memorial: “Lenna Wickes came to Paris in 1873 to apprentice for Vaudeline D’Allaire, a renowned spiritualist.Vaudeline is called back to (read more…)

More LibraryReads love! We’re so thrilled to announce that IT’S ONE OF US by J.T. Ellison has been named a LibraryReads Pick for February! From Andrea Galvin, Mt. Pulaski Public Library: “JT Ellison has written a beautiful story from start to finish. Olivia and Park struggle with infertility. A woman is found dead, and DNA shows the murderer is related to Park. Not only is this a well-done mystery of (read more…)

Our authors have done it again! Author Beverley Kendall’s TOKEN is January’s Bonus Pick and JUST THE NICEST COUPLE by Mary Kubica has entered the LibraryReads Hall of Fame for January! Best described as Queenie meets The Other Black Girl, Beverley Kendall’s TOKEN [Graydon House, Jan 3] is a fresh and of-the-moment novel that tackles racism and tokenism as experienced by a young Black American woman in the cutthroat world of publicity. (read more…)