FEBRUARY

  • Publishers Weekly gives Suffer Love a fantastic review
    Publishers Weekly recently reviewed Suffer Love, the forthcoming  YA novel by Ashley Herring Blake, raving: "Debut author Blake puts the teens in a near-impossible situation, adeptly showing how Sam and Hadley can be more adult in handling the complications of romance than all four of their parents ... Readers will be left thinking about the ways love can both hurt and heal."
     
  • Superbosses  published
    Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Manage the Flow of Talent, the latest book by Sydney Finkelstein, is now on sale.
     
  • This Monstrous Thing nominated for Whitney Awards
    Mackenzi Lee's debut YA novel, This Monstrous Thing, has been nominated for multiple Whitney Awards, in the categories of "Best Speculative Young Adult Fiction" and "Best Novel by a New Author."
     
  • The Advocate picks Idyll Threats
    Idyll Threats, 
    the latest novel by Stephanie Gayle, was chosen by The Advocate as  one of "The Thirty Best Books You Missed in 2015." Of the novel, The Advocate says: "Idyll Threats is a fun, breezy, and believable mystery novel."
     
  • Kirkus gives Suffer Love a great review
    In its review of Suffer Love, the forthcoming debut YA novel by Ashley Herring Blake, Kirkus calls the book "Above the ordinary ... A believable, emotionally satisfying romance." 
     
  • Watch the book trailer for Superbosses
    Now on YouTube, the new trailer for the soon-to-be-released Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Master the Flow of Talent; the latest book by author Sydney Finkelstein. Watch it here!
     
  • Read Ryan Bradford in Lockjaw
    Ryan Bradford, whose YA novel Horror Business debuted last year, has a story published in Lockjaw Magazine; "Mad Inches," a tale of snowboarding bros who gradually succumb to madness amidst a never-ending snow storm.

JANUARY

  • The Mystery of Hollow Places published
    Agent Rebecca Podos' debut YA novel, The Mystery of Hollow Placesis now available everywhere books are sold!

  • Liberty Science Center recognizes Ellen Langer
    The Liberty Science Center has chosen Ellen Langer, author of Mindfulness, to receive their 2016 Genius Award in recognition of her achievements. The award will be presented at their annual Genius Gala in May, an event designed to build support for LSC's programs for underprivileged children.

  • The Harvard Business Review samples Sydney Finkelstein
    The Harvard Business Review has published an excerpt from Sydney Finkelstein's forthcoming book Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Manage the Flow of Talent in the January-February 2016 issue. 

  • Black River named an ALA Notable Book
    Black River, the debut novel from S.M. Hulse, has been named a 2016 Notable Book by the American Library Association.

  • Tom Cooper wins Crook's Corner Book Prize
    Congratulations to Tom Cooper, whose debut novel The Marauders has won the 2016 Crook's Corner Book Prize. The prize recognizes outstanding first-time novelists whose stories are set in the South, and is given by Crook's Corner, the country's only restaurant with its own book award. 

  • Read Daniela Lamas, M.D. in the New York Times
    Daniela Lamas, M.D., a pulmonary and critical care fellow at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston, whose nonfiction book Connections will be published by Little, Brown, has an article in the New York Times. "The Doctor as a Moonlighter" describes Daniela's monthly stints as a moonlighter in the intensive care unit, a shift she calls "a vast nocturnal underground, in which continuity of care fades when the sun goes down."

  • Sarah Nicolas to speak at SCBWI FL
    Sarah Nicolas, author of the YA fantasy Dragons are People, Too, will speak on the First Books Panel at SCBWI Florida on January 16.