Celebrating Women’s Voices: An Edelweiss Collection

Celebrating Women’s Voices: An Edelweiss Collection

This catalog is a collection of the best fiction and nonfiction from women whose voices are a collective call for urgent resistance. Given the current political climate we hope that this catalog will be a helpful tool for identifying books that are culturally relevant and on the pulse of the public conversation. […]

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Our 2018 YALSA & RUSA Award Winners!

Our 2018 YALSA & RUSA Award Winners!

Congratulations to all of the amazing Macmillan authors who won awards or were selected for YALSA and RUSA’s various reading lists this year! 2018 Alex Awards (the 10 best adult books that appeal to teen audiences): ALL SYSTEMS RED by Martha Wells DOWN AMONG THE STICKS AND BONES by Seanan McGuire A HOPE MORE POWERFUL […]

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People, Time Magazine, HuffPo & More “Best of 2017” Picks

People, Time Magazine, HuffPo & More “Best of 2017” Picks

People Magazine‘s Top 10 Books of 2017 THE VANITY FAIR DIARIES by Tina Brown THIS IS HOW IT ALWAYS IS by Laurie Frankel Time Magazine Fiction (full list) THE NINTH HOUR by Alice McDermott TRANSIT by Rachel Cusk Nonfiction (full list) THE VANITY FAIR DIARIES by Tina Brown THE MEANING OF MICHELLE: 16 Writers on […]

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Chicago Public Library’s “Best of the Best Books of 2017”

Chicago Public Library’s “Best of the Best Books of 2017”

We’ve got 15 books on Chicago Public Library’s “Best of the Best Books 2017” list! Selected by a team of CPL librarians, the list represents the year’s most outstanding titles, books of exceptional quality for a diverse, city-wide readership. Fiction BORNE by Jeff VanderMeer THE DRY by Jane Harper GOOD ME, BAD ME by Ali […]

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2017 Goodreads Choice Awards

2017 Goodreads Choice Awards

Goodreads launched their annual Choice Awards yesterday and Macmillan has a whopping 47 nominees in the running! Click here to vote for your favorites and we’ll keep you updated as the tournament progresses. Voting Schedule Opening Round: Oct. 31 – Nov. 5 Semifinal Round: Nov. 7 – 12 Final Round: Nov. 14 – 27 Winners […]

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Happy #BookBday (1/24/17 Edition)

Happy #BookBday (1/24/17 Edition)

Oh what a lovely day for a #BookBday! THIS IS HOW IT ALWAYS IS by Laurie Frankel Two starred reviews! Based on Frankel’s own experience as the mother of a transgender second-grader, THIS IS HOW IT ALWAYS IS is the story of a family whose youngest son decides he wants to be a girl and […]

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ALA Midwinter 2017 – Saturday Events

ALA Midwinter 2017 – Saturday Events

Good morning, Atlanta!! Come by the Macmillan (adult) booth #1818 for fabulous galleys (especially during the Spotlight on Adult Literature—see LJ‘s ALAMW17 galley guide for more) and show our authors some love by attending today’s events: In-booth signing with Loretta Ellsworth 9:30-10:30am Georgia World Congress Center | Booth #1818 Loretta Ellsworth will sign complimentary advance […]

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LJ’s ALA Midwinter 2017 Galley Guide

LJ’s ALA Midwinter 2017 Galley Guide

So many galleys, so little time! Library Journal‘s Barbara Hoffert put together a guide for ALA Midwinter 2017, so you know just what to grab. Here are her top picks from the Macmillan booth #1818 (and don’t forget to drop in during the United for Libraries (UFL) Spotlight on Adult Literature, Saturday, 1/21, from 2:00 […]

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Teen-Friendly Fun with Macmillan Library @ ALA Midwinter 2017!

Teen-Friendly Fun with Macmillan Library @ ALA Midwinter 2017!

Follow the glitter to Macmillan Library booth #1818 at ALA Midwinter for “Books for Teens” posters and complimentary Advance Reader’s Copies! •   Bonnie Pipkin’s AFTERCARE INSTRUCTIONS •   Mary O’Connell’s DEAR READER •   Roshani Chokshi’s A CROWN OF WISHES Meet Roshani on Sunday, 1/22 @ 10 AM (booth #1818) Hang with Roshani during the AAP-sponsored Family-Feud […]

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Friday Reads Stars!

Friday Reads Stars!

We’re seeing stars for these great #FridayReads: THE NOWHERE MAN by Gregg Hurwitz “As good as ORPHAN X was, this is an even better novel, mostly because of its more claustrophobic setting (the bulk of the story is set in and around the place where Evan is being held), its captivating villain, and the way […]

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