Chloe Neill and Faith Hunter chatted about their new releases on USA Today’s Happy Every After.
Christie Golden’s WARCRAFT: DUROTAN and STAR WARS: DARK DISCIPLE were both Locus bestsellers for August.
NPR did a special article on Ramez Naam’s NEXUS.
Deidre Knight’s BUTTERFLY TATTOO was chosen as a featured anchor title for their new NOOK Press Presents, a list of recommendations handpicked by Barnes & Noble editors.
N. K. Jemisin’s THE FIFTH SEASON won the Hugo Award for Best Novel. Its follow-up, THE OBELISK GATE, received an excellent review from B&N Sci-fi & Fantasy blog.
Christina Henry’s RED QUEEN made Locus Online’s 2016 Dragon Awards Shortlist for Best Horror Novel, while N. K. Jemisin’s THE FIFTH SEASON was nominated for Best Fantasy Novel and Best Apocalyptic Novel.
BLOOD OF THE EARTH by Faith Hunter made the USA Today Bestseller List.
In an excellent review, InD’Tale Magazine gave five stars to Amy Jarecki’s THE FEARLESS HIGHLANDER and raved it “begs to be read, and read again.”
BROTHERS OF THE WILD NORTH SEA by Harper Fox and SOMEBODY WONDERFUL by Kate Rothwell were listed on Book Riot’s 100 Must-Read Historical Romances.
Lucienne Diver did an interview with Agents For Dinner blog.
TRIBAL LAW by Shannon Curtis is a finalist in the Romance Writers of Australia Ruby Awards.
Mia Siegert’s JERKBAIT was listed as one of Scribd’s Top Books of July. It was also mentioned in a Publisher’s Weekly article about how children’s booksellers are looking to boost sales with a little help from Harry Potter.
Nalini Singh’s ALLEGIANCE OF HONOR and Gena Showalter’s THE DARKEST TORMENT were listed in Amazon’s Best Books of the Last 90 Days.
THE FIFTH SEASON by N.K. Jemisin is a World Fantasy Award finalist.
THE INVISIBLE LIBRARY by Genevieve Cogman was recommended by Good Morning America, which called it a “fast-paced, intriguing and imaginative novel” and promised “Cogman will please both bibliophiles and fantasy fans.”