Fans of Neil Gaiman (especially Coraline)* or The Phantom Tollbooth–we have the book for you. Set between England and the wintery land of Liminus, Michel Faber’s D (A Tale of Two Worlds) [Dec. 8, Hanover Square Press] is a celebration of moral courage and freethinking, under the guise of the fantastical story of a 13-year-old girl named Dhikilo who outwits strange, enchanting creatures to rescue the letter D from dragonfly thieves in (read more…)
COME ONE COME ALL TO THE DIGITAL STAGE OF DAY OF DIALOG ON SEPTEMBER 25TH – catch Harlequin Trade authors as they discuss the weird, the wonderful, and the wild ways of the world – full schedule below! An #ownvoices debut about a stalwart British detective, a brutal serial killer, and his vicious copy cat. Want more? Catch Nadine Matheson at 10:30 am on the Thriller Panel as she discusses (read more…)
For your listening/reading pleasure, we matched recent frontlist titles (and one sneak peek at an upcoming title!) to match your current #musicmood. Watch the full presentation here, and see your handy dandy reference guide below! GENRE: Pop (psychedelic): Book: Broken People by Sam Lansky Song: She’s a Rainbow by The Rolling Stones GENRE: Heavy Metal: Book: The Bright Lands by John Fram Song: Enter Sandman by Metallica GENRE: Soul/Funk: Book: (read more…)
Congratulations to Lisa Unger’s runaway thriller, Confessions on the 7:45 [Oct. 6, Park Row]–it was voted an October LibraryReads pick by librarians across the nation! If you haven’t yet experienced the ride that is this double-starred-reviewed thriller, be sure to catch it on Netgalley while you still can, available to request here!
We’re excited that Reese Witherspoon has selected our haunting mother-daughter saga, Nancy Jooyoun Kim’s THE LAST STORY OF MINA LEE [Park Row Books], as her September 2020 Hello Sunshine Book Club pick! Be sure to join the book club discussion on her social media channels throughout the month. AND, lucky readers, we have a book club discussion kit to enrich your conversations. Download free, here! PS. Reese isn’t the only (read more…)