THE CLASSIFIED DOSSIER: SHERLOCK HOLMES & COUNT DRACULA by Christian Klaver and HORSEMAN: A TALE OF SLEEPY HOLLOW by Christina Henry were both nominees in
Reece Willa talked about WILDWOOD WHISPERS and other topics in an interview with PBS.
SOMETHING SO SWEET by Joy Avery received a fantastic review from Library Journal.
BookPage included BUSINESS NOT AS USUAL by Sharon C. Cooper in a feature on LA-based books entitled, “Love in the City of Angels.”
Erin Bartels appeared on the MadLit Musings Podcast, where she discussed THE GIRL WHO COULD BREATHE UNDER WATER and more.
Book Riot and BuzzFeed both included IF YOU CHANGE YOUR MIND by Robby Weber in their spring roundups.
THE HOUSE IN THE CERULEAN SEA by TJ Klune was nominated for the Tahtifantasia Award, the annual best fantasy book published in Finland. It was
KAIKEYI by Vaishnavi Patel was an April Book of the Month pick. It was also an Indie Next pick for May.
Kechi Okwuchi had an interview with The University of St. Thomas, in which she discussed her upcoming memoir MORE THAN MY SCARS.
Jes Trudel, co-founder of WritingCommunity.ca, interviewed Liselle Sambury, author of BLOOD LIKE MAGIC and the upcoming BLOOD LIKE FATE.
JOVE BRAND IS NEAR DEATH by J.A. Crawford is a finalist for the 2021 Foreword INDIES Award in Mystery.
Esquire named THE FIFTH SEASON by N.K. Jemisin as the number one fantasy novel of all time. It was also listed in BookRiot’s “Most Influential
THE BAD BOY EXPERIMENT by Reese Ryan received a great review from Library Journal.
THE LONG GAME by Rachel Reid received a starred review from Publishers Weekly.
SELF Magazine’s “22 Sexy Romance Novels to Read While You Wait for ‘Bridgerton’ Season 2” list included SCAMMER GIRL by Michelle Dayton and SINK OR
Book Riot’s “24 Interracial and Black Romance Books To Add To Your TBR List In 2022” list included BUSINESS NOT AS USUAL by Sharon C.
Booklist gave KAIKEYI by Vaishnavi Patel a great review.
The Nerd Daily included IF YOU CHANGE YOUR MIND by Robby Weber in their Must-Have 2022 Queer Book Releases list.
Karen Booth’s THE SIXTY-DAY SWAP, a duology in which former college roommates decide to trade homes for two months and find their vastly different lives
Maggie Black’s book seven in the latest K-9 themed continuity series, to Emily Rodmell at Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense, in a nice deal for publication
Debut author Katarina E. Tonks’s DEATH IS MY BFF, DEATH IS MY BFFLAD, and DEATH IS MY FRENEMY, a series of coming-of-age stories following an
Heatherly Bell’s book three in the Fortunes of Texas series, in which a wild, carefree, and suddenly wealthy cowboy must prove to his accidentally pregnant
Heatherly Bell’s next three books in the Charming, Texas, series, the first of which is centered around a single father who reunites with his first
Author of THE LIEUTENANT’S NURSE and RADAR GIRLS Sara Ackerman’s HER MOST PERILOUS FLIGHT, a dual timeline novel about a pilot’s daring air race across
NYT–bestselling and Lambda Literary Award–winning author TJ Klune’s Green Creek series, beginning with WOLFSONG, as well as THE BONES BENEATH MY SKIN, to Bella Pagan
Nekesa Afia’s next two books in the Harlem Renaissance Mystery series, continuing the adventures of a queer Black woman as she navigates life and murder
USA Today bestselling author Jules Bennett’s untitled books, in which a curvy social media star falls for the executive who wants to make her even
NYT bestselling author Kelley Armstrong’s MURDER AT HAVEN’S ROCK, a new series based on the Rockton mysteries, in which trouble begins even before construction is
Cat Sebastian’s untitled book, about a newspaper owner’s son who falls for a scrappy reporter in 1950s New York, again to Tessa Woodward at Avon
Anne Marsh’s THE INHERITANCE TEST, an opposites-attract romance set in Martha’s Vineyard, to Kathleen Scheibling at Harlequin Desire, in a two-book deal by Melissa Jeglinski