A Letter to Librarians from Rob Volpe (7/28/22)

In TELL ME MORE ABOUT THAT: Solving the Empathy Crisis One Conversation at a Time, author Rob Volpe explains his five steps to empathy and shows readers how they too can strengthen their own empathy muscles. Today, he joins us with a letter to librarians to talk more about his hopes for his book and […]

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A Letter to Librarians from Stuart Holmes Coleman

In EDDIE WOULD GO, award-winning author Stuart Holmes Coleman explores the life of fearless Hawaiian surfer Eddie Aikau, known for riding big waves while saving lives on the North Shore’s Waimea Bay, where he was the beach’s first lifeguard. Today, Stuart Holmes Coleman joins us with a letter to librarians to celebrate the 20th anniversary […]

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The Debut Review: THE BARTENDER’S CURE (4/20/22)

Wesley Straton’s irresistible debut is an emotional coming-of-age story set in the service industry. THE BARTENDER’S CURE is an ode to all the neighborhood bars that have fostered a sense of community, but it is also a story about finding happiness and family in the most unexpected places. And, of course, it is filled with […]

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20 Questions With Nina LaCour (3/21/22)

Today we have the absolute pleasure of chatting with author Nina LaCour as she answers 20 questions about herself and her stunning adult debut, YERBA BUENA. Before we hear from Nina, let’s take a quick dive into YERBA BUENA. This tender yet unflinching love story follows two women on a star-crossed journey toward each other. […]

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Flatiron Books Acquires Book by Beto O’Rourke

This summer, Flatiron Books will publish Beto O’Rourke’s WE’VE GOT TO TRY: How the Fight for Voting Rights Makes Everything Else Possible, hitting shelves on August 23, 2022. Here O’Rourke shines a spotlight on the heroic life and work of Dr. Lawrence Aaron Nixon, the civil rights leader who helped to win one of the […]

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A Letter to Librarians from Ric Prado (3/1/22)

Ric Prado–the highest-ranking covert warrior to lift the veil of secrecy–tells the story of his legendary career and offers a glimpse into the shadow wars that America has fought since the Vietnam Era in his harrowing memoir, BLACK OPS: The Life of a CIA Shadow Warrior. Today, Ric joins us to share what libraries mean […]

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A Letter to Librarians from Sandra Dallas (2/25/22)

Sandra Dallas’ LITTLE SOULS is a gripping tale of sisterhood, loyalty, and secrets set in Denver amid America’s last deadly flu pandemic. She joins us today to share more about her research at the Denver Public Library! When I started researching LITTLE SOULS, my novel about the 1918 flu epidemic, I immediately turned to the […]

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Celadon Books to Publish The January 6th Report with The New Yorker

After months of investigation and public hearings, Celadon Books and The New Yorker will present the report by the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol. With an introduction by David Remnick, Editor of The New Yorker and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, the report is expected to be […]

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Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year!

Macmillan’s offices are closed from 12/24/21-12/31/21. May your TBR stacks be tall, your cocoa warm, and your hearts full, and we’ll see you in 2022! […]

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A Letter to Librarians from Stephen Mitchell (12/15/21)

In THE FIRST CHRISTMAS, award-winning author Stephen Mitchell reimagines the Christmas tale and gives it a new life that conveys the beautiful and complex culture of the time. Today we are joined by Stephen Mitchell with a letter to librarians about his vision for the novel and the background of the story. THE FIRST CHRISTMAS: […]

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