Hi friends! We’re excited to showcase our October book recommendations for LibraryReads! Remember to vote your own favorites by Sept. 1. The catalog of titles can be found here.
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…)
Raise a glass of Charleston Light Dragoon Punch to author Deb Spera, whose debut Call Your Daughter Home [June 11, Park Row Books] was voted by librarians across the country as one of their ten favorite books pubbing in June! And if you haven’t read the book yet, good news–it’s still available for request on Netgalley for your previewing pleasure! And not to brag, but look at all the… Praise (read more…)
ALL the fireworks and champagne for Park Row authors Annie Ward (Beautiful Bad) and Phaedra Patrick (The Library of Lost and Found)–and to the public librarians across the nation who loved and voted these books for the March 2019 LibraryReads List! And if you haven’t yet had a chance to preview these amazing books, have no fear. Catch the e-galleys while they’re still available to request on Netgalley: request: (read more…)
And the love for Ginny continues … The wonderful folks at LibraryReads have selected Benjamin Ludwig’s Ginny Moon [Park Row Books] as one of four recommended book club picks for their debut round-up on Book Club Central. Says Vicki Nesting of the St. Charles Parish Library: “What an amazing debut novel! Ludwig effectively captures the voice, thought process, and behaviors of a young autistic girl who has escaped a harrowing (read more…)