Adult Books for Teens

This month’s roundup of Adult Books for Teens includes horror, sci-fi, fantasy, nonfiction, and two gorgeous books of photography. NIGHT OF THE MANNEQUINS by Stephen Graham Jones97812507520799/1/20 “Teen fans of horror will enjoy this compelling story about the lengths we go for our friends.” —Booklist, YA Interest A USER’S GUIDE TO DEMOCRACY: How America Works […]

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Imprint Spotlight: Celadon Books

Welcome back to Imprint Spotlight! Today, we’ll learn more about Celadon Books and get a few creepy reading recommendations just in time for Halloween. Let’s dive in! Rachel Chou [Associate Publisher, Celadon Books] “I am the Associate Publisher of Celadon Books. In this role, I oversee all marketing, publicity, and integration with sales. Celadon Books […]

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Stars & Movie News for THE WIFE BETWEEN US

Stars & Movie News for THE WIFE BETWEEN US

Husband dumps troublesome first wife then gets a new wife who adores him. The first wife is bitterly obsessed with the other woman. Sound familiar? That might look like what happens here, but maybe it’s not… Book-editor-turned-debut-novelist Greer Hendricks and bestselling author Sarah Pekkanen team up to deliver one of Winter 2018’s most gripping thrillers, […]

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Holt Celebrates 150 Years!

Holt Celebrates 150 Years!

Holy smokes, Henry Holt & Company is 150 this year! (We see your awesome tweets via #Holt150!) Founded in 1866 by Henry Holt and Frederick Leypoldt, the imprint focused exclusively on publishing translations and textbooks. A fruitful relationship with Robert Frost began in 1915 with the publication of NORTH OF BOSTON, and his books became […]

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Introducing Flatiron Books!

Introducing Flatiron Books!

Today’s dedicated issue of Shelf Awareness gives a warm welcome to Flatiron Books, Macmillan’s new imprint headed up by Bob Miller. Flatiron Books’ first list of seven titles is set for Winter 2015, although they do have one major Fall 2014 title: WHAT I KNOW FOR SURE by Oprah Winfrey. When the imprint gets up […]

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Today’s Debut

Today’s Debut

Noam Shpancer's stunning debut, The Good Psychologist, opens as a psychologist
reluctantly takes on a new client—an exotic dancer whose severe anxiety
is keeping her from the stage. The psychologist, a solitary
professional who also teaches a lively night class, helps the client
confront her fears. As the shell of his detachment
begins to crack, he suddenly finds himself too deeply involved, the
boundary lines between professional and personal, between help and
harm, blurring dangerously.

"An intense and engrossing read." --Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

"Shpancer's authentic debut incorporates therapy-heavy diversions throughout, weaving together clinical and personal experiences." --Booklist

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