Faith Hunter’s short-story collection OF CLAWS AND FANGS, as well as the next untitled installments in the NYT-bestselling Jane Yellowrock and Soulwood series, to Jessica
Author of DAUGHTERS OF THE NIGHT SKY and ACROSS THE WINDING RIVER Aimie Runyan’s A SCHOOL FOR GERMAN BRIDES, in which an unexpected encounter alters
Kechi Okwuchi’s MORE THAN MY SCARS, about her inspiring journey from 16-year-old plane crash survivor undergoing lifesaving surgeries in South Africa to the America’s Got
Certified nutritionist and authors of ALMOST KETO and THE 30 DAY KETO PLAN Aimee Aristotelous and Richard Oliva’s SUPER SIMPLE KETO: SIX INGREDIENTS OR LESS
Joyce Tremel writing as Joyce St. Anthony’s MURDER MAKES THE HEADLINES, the first in a cozy historical series set on the American home front during
N.K. Jemisin’s THE CITY WE BECAME, to Till Tannhauser at Tropen (Germany) in a pre-empt, by Sarah Knofius at Thomas Schlueck Agency on behalf of
Financial expert Catherine Alford’s MOM’S GOT MONEY, a guide pitched for millennial mothers to help them take on a more active financial role in their
Kelley Armstrong’s BENEATH THE SURFACE, in which a good girl has flashes of doing or witnessing something very, very bad—maybe even murder—thus leaving a mystery
Heatherly Bell’s book in the Montana Mavericks continuity series, in which a fashion stylist must smooth a rugged cowboy’s rough edges and his heart, to
Christian Klaver’s HOUSE OF THORNS, a fantasy trilogy in which siblings fall out against each other when forced to choose sides between their mother and
Maggie Black’s OPERATION SURVIVE THE NIGHT, the first in a new miniseries about sisters unaware of their parents’ past until a dangerous enemy has finally
Kelley Armstrong’s CURSED LUCK, CURSED LUCK SEQUEL, and A TWIST OF FATE, to Daniel Totten at Tantor Media, in a nice three-book deal, by Lucienne
Nalini Singh’s REBEL HARD and CHERISH HARD, to Mondadori (Italy), in a two-book deal, by Piergiorgio Nicolazzini Literary Agency on behalf of Elaine Spencer
N.K. Jemisin’s THE FIFTH SEASON, THE OBELISK GATE, and THE STONE SKY, to Art House Oy (Finland) in a three-book deal, by Elin Rydner at
Christina Henry’s THE GIRL IN RED, to AST (Russian Federation) in a nice deal, by Sergei Cheredov and Konstantin Palchikov at Nova Littera on behalf
NYT and USA Today bestselling author Faith Hunter’s JANE YELLOWROCK #15 and SOULWOOD #6, new volumes in her series, to Jo Ann Peritz at Audible
TJ Klune’s THE HOUSE IN THE CERULEAN SEA, to Stefanie Brosigke at Heyne (Germany) in a very nice three-book deal at auction, by Sarah Knofius
Karen Booth’s GRAY HAIR DON’T CARE, a third-chance romance about a couple who thought love was behind them, to Daniel Totten at Tantor Media, in
Christina Henry’s LOOKING GLASS, to Beatrice Lampe at Blanvalet (Germany) in a nice deal, by Sarah Knofius at Thomas Schlueck Agency on behalf of Lucienne
SONGS FROM THE DEEP Shortlisted for Canadian Children’s Book Centre Book Awards
SONGS FROM THE DEEP Shortlisted for Canadian Children’s Book Centre Book Awards
SONGS FROM THE DEEP by Kelly Powell was shortlisted for the Canadian Children’s Book Centre Book Awards in the John Spray Mystery Award category.
INTO THE TALL, TALL GRASS a Latino Book Awards Finalist
INTO THE TALL, TALL GRASS a Latino Book Awards Finalist
The International Latino Book Awards finalists include INTO THE TALL, TALL GRASS by Loriel Ryon.
CONVENTIONALLY YOURS and ALPHA NIGHT Best Romances
CONVENTIONALLY YOURS and ALPHA NIGHT Best Romances
Insider named CONVENTIONALLY YOURS by Annabeth Albert and ALPHA NIGHT by Nalini Singh as two of the best romance books of 2020 so far.
N.K. Jemisin a MacArthur’s 21 “Genius” Grant Winner
N.K. Jemisin a MacArthur’s 21 “Genius” Grant Winner
N.K. Jemisin was one of the 2020 MacArthur’s 21 “Genius” Grant winners, while three of her titles made TIME’s list of the 100 Best Fantasy
Nalini Singh in LibraryReads Hall of Fame
Nalini Singh in LibraryReads Hall of Fame
ARCHANGEL’S SUN by Nalini Singh, her third title to be placed on a monthly list via library staff votes, moved the author into the LibraryReads
THE WORDS BETWEEN US Finalist for Christy Awards
THE WORDS BETWEEN US Finalist for Christy Awards
Erin Bartels’s THE WORDS BETWEEN US is a finalist in General Fiction for the 2020 Christy Awards, while WE HOPE FOR BETTER THINGS won the
HOUSE IN THE CERULEAN SEA in Washington Post
HOUSE IN THE CERULEAN SEA in Washington Post
THE HOUSE IN THE CERULEAN SEA by T.J. Klune made the Washington Post’s “15 feel-good books guaranteed to lift your spirits” list.
Best Books of 2020 Include HOW TO CATCH A QUEEN and THE CITY WE BECAME
Best Books of 2020 Include HOW TO CATCH A QUEEN and THE CITY WE BECAME
Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of 2020 included HOW TO CATCH A QUEEN by Alyssa Cole and THE CITY WE BECAME by N.K. Jemisin.
Kirkus Gives YOU HAVE A MATCH Fantastic Review
Kirkus Gives YOU HAVE A MATCH Fantastic Review
Kirkus gave Emma Lord’s YOU HAVE A MATCH a fantastic review, calling it “a heartwarming novel of friendship and family.”
Very Nice Review for WHEN NO ONE IS WATCHING
Very Nice Review for WHEN NO ONE IS WATCHING
The L.A. Times gave WHEN NO ONE IS WATCHING by Alyssa Cole a very nice review. Alyssa’s book also made Military.com’s list of “16 Books
Christina Henry’s ALICE in Oprah Magazine
Christina Henry’s ALICE in Oprah Magazine
The 34 Best Horror Books of All Time according to Oprah Magazine included ALICE by Christina Henry. Goodreads also featured it in their “40 Most