HE UNCHARTED FLIGHT OF OLIVIA WEST by Sara Ackerman made Woman’s World’s Book Club.
15 Unforgettable Books for Women, Recommended by Women Who Love to Read according to Reader’s Digest included VARINA PALLADINO’S JERSEY ITALIAN LOVE STORY by Terri-Lynne
THE FIFTH SEASON by N.K. Jemisin was named one of The Atlantic’s all-time Great American Novels.
BLOOD LIKE MAGIC and BLOOD LIKE FATE by Liselle Sambury were optioned for TV/film by Circle Blue Entertainment.
Booklist gave THE LADY WITH THE DARK HAIR by Erin Bartels a great review.
Amazon’s Best Mystery, Thriller & Suspense – New and continuing series for January list included DEADLY TO THE CORE by Joyce Tremel.
DUNGEONS AND DRAMA by Kristy Boyce made the Indie Bestsellers List.
LUCKY LEAP DAY by Ann Marie Walker appeared on Book Riot’s “6 Books to Get You Started on the POPSUGAR Reading Challenge” list.
THE GETAWAY LIST by Emma Lord was listed on Amazon’s Best Young Adult Books of the Month.
BEGIN AGAIN by Emma Lord was mentioned in People’s “Taylor Swift Song Titles and Lyrics Pop Up in the Names of These 17 Books” list.
The Best Romances of 2023 according to the New York Times included CODENAME CHARMING by Lucy Parker and WE COULD BE SO GOOD by Cat
THE PRINCESS OF THORNWOOD DRIVE by Khalia Moreau made Woman’s World Book Club: 7 Reads You Won’t Be Able to Put Down list for November
WE COULD BE SO GOOD by Cat Sebastian made the New York Times’ 100 Notable Books of 2023 list and the “Books we Love” list
DELICIOUS MONSTERS by Liselle Sambury made Kirkus’s Best Young Adult Books of 2023 list.
Sara Ackerman’s THE MAUI EFFECT, pitched as an Endless Summer for modern times, about a field biologist on Maui who breaks her number-one dating rule
TJ Klune’s IN THE LIVES OF PUPPETS, to Science Fiction World (China) in a nice deal, by Gray Tan at The Grayhawk Agency on behalf
Rachel Reid’s THE SHOTS YOU TAKE, in which two former pro hockey teammates and ex–best friends with benefits reunite after 12 years, to Stephanie Doig
Kristy Boyce’s DATING AND DRAGONS, in which a girl desperate for friends after changing high schools joins a D&D group with their own livestream and
Cara Tanamachi’s THE TAKEOVER, to Indigo Kitap (Turkey), by Kayi Literary Agency on behalf of Elaine Spencer
TJ Klune’s SOMEWHERE BEYOND THE SEA, to Heyne (Germany) in a good deal; and to Studio Astropsychologii (Bulgaria), Bookchef (Ukraine), and Metropolis (Hungary), on behalf
TJ Klune’s SOMEWHERE BEYOND THE SEA, to Balgunsesang (Republic of Korea), by Duran Kim of Duran Kim Agency on behalf of Elaine Spencer
Hailey Edwards’s GRAY DAWN, the tenth and final novel in the Black Hat Bureau series, to Kim Budnick at Tantor Media, by Lucienne Diver
Aimee Rivkin’s Expanded Roster series, to Cassie Hanjian at Podium Audio in a three-book deal, by Deidre Knight
Sara Ackerman’s THE MAUI EFFECT, pitched as an Endless Summer for modern times, about a field biologist on Maui who breaks her number-one dating rule
Keith R.A. DeCandido’s book one in the Supernatural Crimes Unit series, about a division of the NYPD that investigates crimes involving magic and monsters, to
R. Lee Fryar’s fairy-tale rom-com duology, pitched as Shrek for the romance reader, in which warring good and wicked witches try to one-up each other
Ann Aguirre’s TALL, DARK AND ALIEN, where a lover of all things alien meets up with her online friends at Space Con, never expecting that
Stephanie Hope’s RELATIVELY SPEAKING, a humorous and heartfelt sapphic romance debut pitched as having telenovela vibes, about an immigrant daughter struggling to keep her family’s
Author HEMLOCK ISLAND Kelley Armstrong’s PAYNES HOLLOW, about a woman forced to stay a week at the lakefront property where she saw her father bury
Chloe Neill’s EMBER ETERNAL, the first book in a new romantasy series, following a thief whose dramatic encounter with an assassin and a crown bodyguard