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ITW award winner for Best First Novel Nick Petrie and THE DRIFTER.
ITW award winner for Best First Novel Nick Petrie
and THE DRIFTER.


Barbara and Ricki Schultz
Barbara and Ricki Schultz


Jeff Garvin, for being a finalist at the Lambda Literary Awards for his debut novel, SYMPTOMS OF BEING HUMAN, and for being chosen for the NYPL/MTA Subway Reads Program
Jeff Garvin, for being a finalist at the Lambda Literary Awards for his debut novel, SYMPTOMS OF BEING HUMAN, and for being chosen for the NYPL/MTA Subway Reads Program

NEWS & CONGRATULATIONS

ITW award winner for Best First Novel Nick Petrie and THE DRIFTER.

Linda Lael Miller, for throwing a fabulous fan party at RT, where she was truly the belle of the ball. This party was mainly for readers, who were thrilled at the chance to meet her in person.

Sharyn McCrumb, for signing copies of THE UNQUIET GRAVE in the chutes at BEA. THE UNQUIET GRAVE is a featured alternate selection of the Literary Guild. The book is also the all-conference read for the West Virginia State Library Conference as well as the 2017 selection for "North Georgia Reads", a community book program sponsored by the state of Georgia Library System.

Michael Bornstein and Debbie Bornstein Holinstat, authors of SURVIVORS CLUB, for a national feature on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt. It all began with a 72-year-old photo of 4-year-old Michael and several other children being liberated from Auschwitz in 1945. That photo has been used repeatedly surrounding Holocaust events, and it landed on the cover of SURVIVORS CLUB. Two of the young girls in the photo, now in their seventies, saw it and contacted Michael. The result was a reunion of the three survivors, who, as it turned out, live only minutes away from each other! This very moving feature was shown at local stations all over the country, was featured in USA Today, and it even landed on the small screens in the backs of New York City taxis! There is also a penetrating interview with Michael and Debbie about SURVIVORS CLUB on Matter of Fact with Soledad O'Brien. Soledad asks good questions.

Graham Brown and Clive Cussler for their appearance spanning several weeks on the Hardcover New York Times list with NIGHTHAWK. And for having the 16th bestselling book of all of 2017 so far on iBooks.

Sheena Kamal, whose debut novel THE LOST ONES, was highlighted in Time Magazine's Summer Reading Feature as checking every box in their Thrill Seekers checklist. Bookish named it as a must-read summer book. It was a July pick of the month for Powell's. THE LOST ONES also hit the Canadian Bestseller list.

Cat Winters's ODD & TRUE for its stunning and starred reviews in both SLJ and Booklist.

Sophie Littlefield (writing as Sofia Grant in historical fiction) with THE DRESS IN THE WINDOW for rave reviews in both Kirkus and Library Journal.

Ricki Schultz and MR. RIGHT-SWIPE for getting the big "Must Have Summer Read" shout it in both US Weekly and The Seattle Times.

Renee Ahdieh and FLAME IN THE MIST for a starred review in SLC.

Kerri Maniscalco for her shining review in Kirkus for HUNTING PRINCE DRACULA which called the YA novel, in part, "a scenic, twisty mystery".

Lilith Saintcrow, whose novel CORMORANT RUN was featured as one of Barnes and Nobel's The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of June 2017 and also among the must read Fantasy book of June by The Verge. It also received glowing reviews in RT, Kirkus and PW.

Nic Joseph and THE LAST DAY OF EMILY LINDSEY for a stellar Kirkus review.

Michelle Gable and THE BOOK OF SUMMER for being #1 overall in Warwick's top sellers and dominating Summer Must Read lists from coast to coast!

Jeff Garvin, for being a finalist at the Lambda Literary Awards for his debut novel, SYMPTOMS OF BEING HUMAN, and for being chosen for the NYPL/MTA Subway Reads Program.

Nina Laurin, for rave reviews and roundups for GIRL LAST SEEN in Refinery29, Elite Daily, Hello Giggles, New York Journal of Books, The Criminal Element, Paperback Radio, The Strand Magazine and more.

JR Backlund, for starred reviews in Kirkus and Library Journal, as well as a rave from Publishers Weekly, for his debut novel AMONG THE DEAD.

Hillary Monahan who received a fantastic review from HORN BOOK.

Sandra Block, for her novels being written up in BookRiot, The Strand Magazine, and for being chosen for the NYPL/MTA Subway Reads Program.

Emma Douglas, who recieved a fantastic four star review from RT Magazine for A SEASON OF YOU and had over 50 bloggers sign up to participate in her blog tour.