#bookbday (08/01/17)

#bookbday (08/01/17)

Happy #bookbday to: The Bedlam Stacks by Natasha Pulley An August 2017 Indie Next Selection! “The imagination [Pulley] showed in her impressive debut was no fluke…Pulley understands her genre–swashbuckling costume fantasy–but she deals in surprises, not clichés…[A] meditation on love, trust, and the passage of time.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review “Fans of The Watchmaker of Filigree Street […]

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Sneak Peek: August 2017 Indie Next List

Sneak Peek: August 2017 Indie Next List

The August 2017 Indie Next list includes 4 Macmillan titles! EMMA IN THE NIGHT by Wendy Walker “Both twisted and twisty, this smart psychological thriller sets a new standard for unreliable narrators.” — Booklist, starred review “Walker’s portrayal of the ways in which a narcissistic, self-involved mother can affect her children deepens the plot as […]

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Graywolf e-Books Sale For Libraries

Graywolf e-Books Sale For Libraries

Contemporary American & international literature? Check. Independent publisher? Check. e-Books for Libraries? Check. Graywolf Press is having an e-Books sale for the month of March! If you’re not familiar with this leading independent publisher and their unique publications, then consider this a great way to add some e-Books to your digital shelf. Starting today (February […]

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PW Fall 2015 Announcements

PW Fall 2015 Announcements

It’s still summer, but Publishers Weekly is looking ahead to Fall 2015. They recently selected their best of the best in a whopping 16 different categories and we’ve gathered all 90(!!!) Macmillan standouts into a handy Edelweiss collection and listed them here for you: Art, Architecture & Photography: People and Places HUMANS OF NEW YORK: […]

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Librarians “Read ‘n Rave” Their Favorite ALA Annual 2015 Picks!

Librarians “Read ‘n Rave” Their Favorite ALA Annual 2015 Picks!

Last Monday we rounded out a terrific ALA Annual 2015 with a standing-room only Read ‘n Rave panel (similar to BEA’s Shout ‘n Share) moderated by Booklist‘s Rebecca Vnuk. Here’s what the all-star collection development specialists found on the exhibit floor to share with you: Seattle Public Library’s David Wright kicked it off with A […]

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