Christina Henry’s THE GHOST TREE made The Wall Street Journal’s Best Books of 2020 list.
BookRiot’s best books of 2020 included THE HOUSE IN THE CERULEAN SEA by TJ Klune (fantasy), WHEN NO ONE IS WATCHING by Alyssa Cole (mystery), and THE CITY WE BECAME by N.K. Jemisin (fantasy).
Publishers Weekly named Alyssa Cole’s HOW TO CATCH A QUEEN one of the Best Books of 2020 in Romance.
Cosmopolitan included YOU HAVE A MATCH by Emma Lord in a roundup of their best new books in 2021.
Quill & Quire gave Kelly Powell’s MAGIC DARK AND STRANGE a very nice review.
Chicago Public Library chose N.K. Jemisin’s THE CITY WE BECAME as one of the best books of 2020. It was also in their top 20 list, and made Shelf Awareness’s Best Books of 2020
Erin Bartels’s forthcoming ALL THAT WE CARRIED received a starred review from Library Journal.
Publishers Weekly called AMERICAN SERIAL KILLERS: THE EPIDEMIC YEARS 1950–2000 by Peter Vronsky “a gripping survey of 20th century serial killers.”
Locus gave a glowing review of TJ Klune’s THE EXTRAORDINARIES, calling it “powerful work that inspires and impresses.”
Amazon’s “Editors’ Picks: Best Science Fiction & Fantasy” included A CURSE OF ROSES by Diana Pinguicha.
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.
The International Latino Book Awards finalists include INTO THE TALL, TALL GRASS by Loriel Ryon.
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 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 Books of All Time.
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 Hall of Fame. Nalini will also be doing a ticketed