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If’ you’re like us and have been hiding from a heatwave all week, you probably just want to curl up inside all day with a good book and a cool treat. Thankfully, Inkyard has got you covered with “Cool Books, Cool Treats,” a suggested reading guide that pairs your sweet tooth with titles by some of your favorite YA authors–curated during our former life as Harlequin TEEN! Refresh yourself with (read more…)

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Author Kristin Rockaway has deep working roots in the Silicon Valley, so she knows a thing or two about the “brogramming” world. (Yes, that’s a thing!) So don’t miss her novel HOW TO HACK A HEARTBREAK [July 31, Graydon House], a snarky, fun, and incredibly timely novel about women in tech and dating in NYC. (Think: a breezy read with a conscience.) And librarians across the country agree, because they’ve (read more…)

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To the surprise of absolutely NONE of us, the enchanting YA debut by Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite, Dear Haiti, Love Alaine [Sept. 3, Inkyard Press], has earned another starred review! Publishers Weekly calls Dear Haiti “an alternately funny and bittersweet story of loss, regret, love, and sacrifice, centered on the fictional female descendants of real-life Haitian queen Marie-Louise Coidavid. Seamlessly blending story lines and allusions to Haiti’s history and culture, (read more…)

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We are thrilled that Elizabeth Keenan’s YA novel of 90s nostalgia and bipartisan girl power, Rebel Girls [Inkyard Press, Sept. 10], just earned a starred review! Says Kirkus: “Keenan creates a timely narrative that will challenge teens to reflect on their personal values and engage in respectful discourse…A must-read.” Don’t miss this very necessary novel about two very different sisters on two very opposite sides of the abortion debate who (read more…)

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Booklist says that Noelle Salazar’s soaring debut, The Flight Girls [MIRA Books, on sale now] “offers a glimpse into the lives of female WWII pilots, retrieving an underappreciated chapter in U.S. history and providing a unique perspective. A fine suggestion for fans of both sweet romance and romantic historical fiction.” If the fiction and the feels are a fit for your book club, we  have a free downloadable discussion kit (read more…)