Our 2016 YALSA & RUSA Award Winners!

Our 2016 YALSA & RUSA Award Winners!

Congrats to all of the amazing Macmillan authors who won awards or were selected for YALSA and RUSA’s various reading lists this year! 2016 Alex Awards (the 10 best adult books that appeal to teen audiences): BONES & ALL by Camille De Angelis FUTURISTIC VIOLENCE AND FANCY SUITS by David Wong HUMANS OF NEW YORK: […]

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Thriller Thursday (9/23/15 Edition)

Thriller Thursday (9/23/15 Edition)

Serial killers, a bolt gun (hello NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN!) and a horse race, all play important parts in today’s #ThrillerThursday mysteries: THE KILLING LESSONS by Saul Black A BEA 2015 “Shout ‘n Share” selection, an Entertainment Weekly Fall Books pick, and FOUR STARRED pre-pub reviews for this “raw and utterly readable” (Kirkus Reviews, […]

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Happy International E-Book Day!

Happy International E-Book Day!

Today is the second annual International Read an e-Book Day! Share the love on Twitter with the hashtag #eBookLove and tell us what your patrons are e-reading these days. Here’s what they’re e-reading* and loving from Macmillan: Top ten picks: THE NIGHTINGALE by Kristin Hannah BEACH TOWN by Mary Kay Andrews EVERY FIFTEEN MINUTES by […]

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EW Fall Books Preview

EW Fall Books Preview

Entertainment Weekly gave us a sneak preview of this year’s “dazzlingly rich” fall season in a recent issue guest edited by Andy Cohen (hey there, MOST TALKATIVE!). While only their list of Blockbuster Novels is available online, Anne’s got the scoop on all the other Macmillan picks: Blockbuster Novels PURITY by Jonathan Franzen In Franzen’s […]

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Four Stars for THE KILLING LESSONS!

Four Stars for THE KILLING LESSONS!

#ThrillerThursday bonus: FOUR STARRED rave pre-publication reviews for THE KILLING LESSONS by Saul Black! “Exceptional police thriller… Readers will hope [SFPD homicide detective Valerie Hart] returns soon in another nail-biter.” — Publishers Weekly, boxed & starred review “Black (aka Glen Duncan, I Lucifer) has written a taut, smart thriller guaranteed to keep readers on the edge […]

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Hey! Whatcha Readin’?

Hey! Whatcha Readin’?

Wanna know what your librarian pals are downloading, reading and loving? Here are the top Macmillan e-galley downloads* on Edelweiss: HOME IS BURNING by Dan Marshall FUTURISTIC VIOLENCE AND FANCY SUITS by David Wong THE CLASP by Sloane Crosley SWEET CARESS by William Boyd TENACITY by James Law THE KILLING LESSONS by Saul Black THE […]

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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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Vacation Alert!

Vacation Alert!

Friends, thank you for a GREAT ALA Annual! We’re headed back to the east coast and taking a well-deserved vacation this week. If you’re also off for the Independence Day weekend, here are LOTS of reading recommendations courtesy of Talia’s “Three’s Company” Book Buzz: HOME IS BURNING by Dan Marshall | October 20, 2015 | 9781250068828 FURIOUSLY […]

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For Your Consideration: September 2015 LibraryReads Titles

For Your Consideration: September 2015 LibraryReads Titles

Download, read, and nominate your favorite titles now for the September 2015* LibraryReads list! *Nominations are due July 20! Click here for the full list of 2015 deadlines. BLACK MAN IN A WHITE COAT by Damon Tweedy A BEA 2015 Editor’s Buzz & “Shout ‘n Share” selection! “An arresting memoir that personalizes the enduring racial […]

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Librarians “Shout ‘n Share” Their Favorite BEA 2015 Picks!

Librarians “Shout ‘n Share” Their Favorite BEA 2015 Picks!

Last Friday we rounded out a terrific BEA 2015 with the annual Shout ‘n Share panel. Here’s what your librarian pals found on the show floor to rave about: Columbus Metropolitan Library’s Robin Nesbitt kicked it off with some genre love, highlighting THE TRAITOR BARU CORMORANT by Seth Dickinson (“It’s like THE HUNDRED THOUSAND KINGDOMS […]

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