Harlequin for Libraries

Harlequin for Libraries

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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…)

And our booth is chock full of author events! Drop by the HTP Books booth #2219 and meet authors Saundra Mitchell [Inkyard], Rex Ogle [Inkyard], Sarah Penner [Park Row], and Jessica S. Olson [Inkyard] as they sign their latest releases. And don’t forget to catch them at events and panels throughout the show. We look forward to welcoming you back to our booth (finally!). We will have galleys to pick (read more…)

We’re dreaming of summer weather and days spent reading outdoors with a refreshing drink in hand. This month we bring you thrillers, memoirs and nonfiction, historical fiction, and even a bit of romance. Don’t miss June’s staff recommendations for LibraryReads and remember to vote for all your favorites by May 1! Our catalog of recommended titles for June can be found here. Are you a first-time voter? Welcome to the wonderful (read more…)

Throughout the country we all experience spring differently. Your clocks may have changed, flowers and trees may be in bloom, but one thing is for sure, it’s time to spring into a romance novel! Below you will find three of our spring picks, along with the complete list of Harlequin category romance novels releasing in April. D’Vaughn & Kris Plan A Wedding by Chencia C. Higgins (Carina Adores, trade paperback, (read more…)

THE CITY BEAUTIFUL by Aden Polydoros [Inkyard] has won the Sydney Taylor Book Award in the Young Adult category! The Sydney Taylor Book Award is presented annually to outstanding books for children and teens that authentically portray the Jewish experience. Presented by the Association of Jewish Libraries since 1968, the award encourages the publication and widespread use of quality Judaic literature. For more information, click here.