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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The Debut Review: REPUTATION by Lex Croucher (11/30/21)

Bridgerton meets Gossip Girl meets Jane Austen with a splash of Mean Girls in Lex Croucher’s historical rom-com debut, REPUTATION. Set against the backdrop of lavish parties and an unforgettable summer in the lush English countryside, Georgiana Ellers falls into a world of improper friends, drunken debauchery, and mysterious young men. But, Georgiana has to […]

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Mohamad Jebara on Libraries (11/19/21)

In MUHAMMAD, THE WORLD CHANGER: An Intimate Portrait, author Mohamad Jebara places Islam’s founding prophet’s life in a broader historical context, vividly evoking the Meccan society he was born into and arguing that his innovative vision helped shape our modern world. Today, he joins us to share more about Muhammad’s connection to libraries! Libraries in […]

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The Debut Review: OLGA DIES DREAMING by Xochitl Gonzalez (11/8/21)

In OLGA DIES DREAMING, Xochitl Gonzalez has written a sparkling and insightful debut that vividly captures the absurdity of life with wit and wisdom. This love letter to Brooklyn is an atmospheric family drama that puts a tender and humorous spin on the tale of a woman fighting for love, happiness, and fulfillment while dealing […]

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Enter Minotaur’s Writing Competitions

Minotaur Books is looking for debut authors! The adult crime fiction imprint is proud to co-sponsor three separate debut novel competitions. The winner of each will receive a paid contract and become a published author. We’re asking for your help to enable Minotaur to reach as many aspiring crime fiction authors as possible. Does your […]

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A Letter to Librarians from Robert A. Jensen (9/28/21)

Robert A. Jensen, the owner of Kenyon International, the world’s leading disaster clean-up corporation, provides a rare glimpse behind the yellow tape as he cleans up disaster sites, uncovers victims, and cares for their families. On this pub day, Robert A. Jensen joins us with a letter to librarians all about PERSONAL EFFECTS: What Recovering […]

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Banned Books Week 2021

Happy Banned Books Week! This year’s theme is Books Unite Us. Censorship Divides Us, emphasizing the importance of how books reach across boundaries and build connections, whereas censorship creates barriers. Check out some resources to help make this Banned Books Week the most powerful it can be. Here are some Free Downloads, Display Ideas, and […]

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