IF YOU CHANGE YOUR MIND by Robby Weber was included on The Nerd Daily’s Must-Have Queer Books list for 2022.
Erin Bartels’s THE GIRL WHO COULD BREATHE UNDER WATER received a great review from Life Is Story.
LUCKY LEAP DAY by Ann Marie Walker made the USA TODAY top rom-com reading list in January.
CrimeReads’ roundup of 12 historical mysteries to look forward to in 2022 included HARLEM SUNSET by Nekesa Afia.
THE CITY WE BECAME by N.K. Jemisin made Book Riot’s “8 Modern Cosmic Horror Books for a Post-Lovecraft World” list.
WHEN YOU GET THE CHANCE by Emma Lord and BLOOD LIKE FATE by Liselle Sambury were two of Bustle’s Most Anticipated Books of 2022.
THE UNTOLD STORY by Genevieve Cogman received a wonderful review from Publishers Weekly. It also made GIZMODO’s “14 New Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books for December” list, Bustle’s “Most Anticipated Books Of December” list, and We Are Bookish’s
HOUSE ON FIRE by Jenn Burke received an excellent review from Library Journal.
THE QUEER PRINCIPLES OF KIT WEBB by Cat Sebastian and BATTLE ROYAL by Lucy Parker were on Kirkus’s Best Romances of 2021 list, and BLOOD LIKE MAGIC by Liselle Sambury was on Kirkus’s Best Young
Nalini Singh’s QUIET IN HER BONES was named one of the best books of 2021 by NPR and was included in their favorite scary reads of 2021. It was also included in the BuzzFeed list “20 Thriller Novels
The Best Mystery Novels of 2021 according to The New York Times included DEAD DEAD GIRLS by Nekesa Afia. It also made BookPage’s list of Best Mystery & Suspense of 2021.
USA Today’s list of “13 witch books that cast a spell on us” included BLOOD LIKE MAGIC by Liselle Sambury and WITCH PLEASE by Ann Aguirre.
YOU HAVE A MATCH by Emma Lord is one of the Best YA Books of 2021 according to Parade Magazine.
THE QUEER PRINCIPLES OF KIT WEBB by Cat Sebastian made Cosmo’s Best Romances of 2021 list.
UNDER THE WHISPERING DOOR by TJ Klune is Barnes & Noble’s speculative fiction book of the year and was also a Book of the Year finalist.