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In her third YA novel, author/actor Dana L. Davis takes to the hip-hopera stage with ROMAN AND JEWEL (Jan. 5, Inkyard Press), and it has everything you could want in a holiday read. Forbidden romance? Check. #Ownvoices storytelling? Check. A Broadway/NYC setting? Check. Hamilton meets Geekerella? CHECK! So how is Dana spending her holiday after crafting this fabulous novel? She filled us in on what’s making her strange yuletide season (read more…)

Morgan Rogers‘ #ownvoices rom-com, HONEY GIRL (February 23, Park Row), has already been called one of the “32 LGBTQ Books That Will Change the Literary Landscape in 2021” by OprahMag.com. What is Morgan doing over the holidays besides taking the romance world by storm? She popped in to tell us about her favorite things in this unusual holiday season. (Hint: it involves her highly recommended must-watch shows, rounded out with (read more…)

Linette Kim and Harlequin Trade Publishing cordially invite our librarian friends to attend our very first Bookstravaganza for librarians! When: Friday, December 4th 11:30 am ET: Opening Jazz Reception 11:40 am to 12:30 pm ET: BOOKSTRAVAGANZA!! Hear about our staff picks for Winter 2021, and meet a stellar line-up of authors:Alka Joshi (The Henna Artist)Sarah Penner (The Lost Apothecary)Bryn Turnbull (The Woman Before Wallis)Catherine Adel West (Saving Ruby King)In conversation (read more…)

It’s the holiday season and we can’t decide what we love more; getting gifts or giving them? Whatever your opinion, we are gifting you with Library Hardcover Editions, exclusively for libraries. Below are the titles out this month in trade paperback and mass market max, in their exclusive library hardcover editions for you from us at Harlequin: Wrong Alibi by Christina Dodd, Dec. 29; 9781335549594 Net Force: Attack Protocol by Jerome (read more…)

The life of Cuban-born Hollywood actress and singer Estelita Rodriguez may be but a blip in Wikipedia, but in reality her tragically short life had all the triumphs, adventure, and heartache of an epic film. Her now-grown daughter Nina Lopez felt that Estelita’s life deserved to be memorialized–and commissioned author Serena Burdick to tell the story. The resulting work of historical fiction, FIND ME IN HAVANA [Park Row Books, January (read more…)