Mister Tender's Girl by Carter Wilson and The Doggie in the Window by Rory Kress are 2019 Colorado Book Award Finalists
We are thrilled to share that Mister Tender’s Girl by Carter Wilson and The Doggie in the Window by Rory Kress are 2019 Colorado Book Award finalists!
Mister Tender’s Girl is a finalist in the Thriller category, and The Doggie in the Window is a finalist in the Nonfiction category.
The Colorado Book Awards are sponsored by Colorado Humanities and Colorado Center for the Book. They recognize books that are written by Colorado authors/residents, and “and authors whose personal history, identity, and literary work reflect a strong Colorado influence.” The awards consist of at least ten categories including anthology/collection, children’s literature, creative nonfiction, general fiction, general nonfiction, genre fiction, history, pictorial, poetry, and young adult literature.
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We are happy to share that Jinxed by Amy McCulloch is a Middle Grade Editors Buzz Title at BookExpo this year! The title will be published in January 2020 under Sourcebooks Young Readers.
Jinxed was published under Simon & Schuster Children's UK in August 2018. The book is The Golden Compass for the digital age, following a young engineer named Lacey who dreams of working for a company behind customization robot pets called "baku," but soon learns that Jinx, the cat-shaped baku she befriends, is part of a dangerous plot. STEM-based and geared toward female readers, this series starter is a standout in the middle grade category.
We are happy to share trade reviews for two Sourcebooks Fire titles this week. Click "Read More" below for more about each title and author.
The Horror Writers Association (HWA) and Poisoned Pen Press, an imprint of Sourcebooks, are pleased to announce the "Haunted Library of Horror Classics," a new series of reprinted horror classics. Now some of the genre's seminal titles will be easily available to modern readers. The series editors include acclaimed writer and editor Eric J. Guignard, and multiple-award-winning editor and annotator Leslie S. Klinger.
HWA's President Lisa Morton said, "This is a project we've been working on behind the scenes at HWA for years, because keeping the genre's classics alive is something I consider a key part of HWA's core mission goals. I can't imagine better choices to edit this series than Eric and Les, and I'm thrilled to be working with everyone at Poisoned Pen and Sourcebooks."
Each volume will feature an introduction by a noted horror expert and/or author, and every book will close with a study guide for classroom use. The editions (quality trade paperback) are aimed to be reasonably priced for a mass market. The first release, Gaston LeRoux's Phantom of the Opera, will be introduced by New York Times-bestselling author and multiple Bram Stoker Award® winner Nancy Holder.
The other initial titles selected are: The Beetle by Richard Marsh; Vathek by William Beckford; House on the Borderland by William Hope Hodgson; The Parasite and Other Tales of Terror by Arthur Conan Doyle; and The King in Yellow by Robert Chambers.
"When approached by HWA to consider this project, I was intrigued by the opportunity to introduce a new readership to the masterpieces of this much underappreciated genre," said Robert Rosenwald, Director of Development, Poisoned Pen Press. "And to work with such luminaries as Eric J. Guignard and Leslie Klinger, providing each title with a study guide, and making them available at reasonable prices made the Haunted Library irresistible."
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Forty Dead Men by Donis Casey and Undercurrents by Mary Anna Evans are 2019 Oklahoma Book Award Finalists
We happy to share that Forty Dead Men by Donis Casey and Undercurrents by Mary Anna Evans are finalists for the 2019 Oklahoma Book Awards!
The Oklahoma Book Awards are sponsored by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and honor books from Oklahoma-based authors, or those books that feature Oklahoma.
We are thrilled to share that Matthew Emerizian, author of Every Monday Matters, appeared on the TODAY Show this morning. He appeared on the popular 4th hour lifestyle portion with Kathie Lee and Hoda, and talked about the book and his mission-driven nonprofit, Every Monday Matters.
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We are excited to share trade reviews for titles across all of our imprints this week! Click "Read More" below to learn more about each book and author.
Pirate Chicken: All Hens on Deck by Brian Yanish, illustrated by Jess Pauwels, is an Amazon Best Book of the Month
We are thrilled to share that Pirate Chicken: All Hens on Deck has been selected as an Amazon Best Book of the Month in Children's, ages 3—5.
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Forever My Hero by Sharon Sala and Bad Influence by Stefanie London and Amazon Best Books of the Month
We are thrilled to share that Forever My Hero by Sharon Sala and Bad Influence by Stefanie London have been selected as Amazon Best Books of the Month in romance!
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