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Be sure to meet authors Daniel Black [DON’T CRY FOR ME, 2/1] and Hester Fox [A LULLABY FOR WITCHES, 2/1] and their fabulous fellow panelists at Library Journal’s Fall Day of Dialog on September 23: 11:30 AM – 12:25 PM ETRebuilding Family Daniel Black, Don’t Cry for Me. Hanover Square Press: Harlequin Joshua Ferris, A Calling for Charlie Barnes. Little, Brown & Company: Hachette Book Group Kai Harris, What the Fireflies Knew. Tiny Reparations (read more…)

Meet author Daniel Black at United Virtual 2021‘s Gala Author Tea, where you will get to hear about his highly anticipated novel DON’T CRY FOR ME [Hanover Square, Feb. 1], about a Black father making amends with his gay son through letters written on his deathbed. Register for FREE here. DON’T CRY FOR ME is available on Netgalley and Edelweiss.

Our next Bookstravaganza is just around the corner! On August 13, hear about upcoming titles and meet our stellar line-up of authors who will be answering our prompts related to the theme of “home.” Naima Simone (Christmas in Rose Bend) Viola Shipman (The Secret of Snow) Lisa Unger (Last Girl Ghosted) Jacquelyn Mitchard (The Good Son) Nancy Jooyoun Kim (The Last Story of Mina Lee) Register here!

It’s not too late to register to see author/agent Eric Smith on the Summer Lovin’ panel this morning at SLJTeen Live! He’ll speak on his magical YA rom-com YOU CAN GO YOUR OWN WAY [Inkyard press, Nov. 2]. Registration is free. Update: and if you missed it, have no fear. While you’re at it, be sure to request a DRC of YOU CAN GO YOUR OWN WAY on Netgalley here. (read more…)

Our June Bookstravaganza event kicked off with some epic Indiana Jones music, followed by a Fall Staff Picks sneak peek, a raffle announcement to celebrate Season 3 of Virgin River on Netflix (based on the beloved series by Robyn Carr), and a fabulous panel of authors who talked about how they brought their diverse personal and professional experiences to the (fictional) page: Vera Kurian (Never Saw Me Coming) Nadine Matheson (read more…)