The “Most Anticipated Historical Fiction of Summer 2021” according to She Reads included RADAR GIRLS by Sara Ackerman.
NOT OUR SUMMER by Casie Bazay made #1 on the Oklahoma Best-Sellers list.
TJ Klune’s FLASH FIRE was featured in Publishers Weekly’s Children’s Bookshelf as part of this LGTBQ+ Round-up.
Indigo named Emma Lord’s YOU HAVE A MATCH one of their Best Teen Books of 2021 So Far.
New York Times Book Review called DEAD DEAD GIRLS by Nekesa Afia a “terrific series opener.”
Gena Showalter’s THE WARLORD made the USA Today and Wall Street Journal best-selling book lists.
Reese’s Book Club posted the cover reveal for Emma Lord’s upcoming novel WHEN YOU GET THE CHANCE.
Liselle Sambury talked about BLOOD LIKE MAGIC in an interview with Geeks Out. The book also received great reviews from Kirkus and Publishers Weekly.
WHEN NO ONE IS WATCHING by Alyssa Cole was the AAMBC Literary Awards Ebook of the Year. It is also up for Best Paperback Original in the International Thriller Writers Awards.
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Aimie K. Runyan’s ACROSS THE WINDING RIVER is a finalist for the Colorado Book Awards.
Oprah Daily’s 15 Best Mermaid Books to Dive Into This Summer included THE MERMAID by Christina Henry.
MAGIC DARK AND STRANGE by Kelly Powell is a finalist in the Crime Writers of Canada Awards.
The New York Times’ April 21 print issue gave Christina Henry’s NEAR THE BONE a great review, calling it “utterly gripping.”
Alyssa Cole’s HOW TO FIND A PRINCESS put her in the LibraryReads Hall of Fame. The book also received a glowing online review from Library Journal.
THE CITY WE BECAME by N. K. Jemisin is a finalist for Best Novel Hugo Award as well as the Ignyte Awards. It was also the Best Novel winner for the 2020 British Science