Trade Review Roundup: Week of November 5
We are happy to share trade reviews across of all our imprints this week! Read below for more details.
Kirkus Reviews reviewed A Danger to Herself and Others by Alyssa Sheinmel
Alyssa Sheinmel is the New York Times bestselling author of several novels for young adults including Faceless and R.I.P. Eliza Hart. She is the co-author of the The Haunting of Sunshine Girl and its sequel, The Awakening of Sunshine Girl. Alyssa grew up in Northern California and New York and attended Barnard College. She currently lives and writes in New York. Follow Alyssa on Instagram @alyssasheinmel and Twitter @AlyssaSheinmel or visit her online at alyssasheinmel.com.
Publishers Weekly reviewed Beyond Risk by Connie Mann
Connie Mann is a licensed boat captain and the author of the Florida-set Safe Harbor romantic suspense series, as well as Angel Falls, Trapped! and various works of shorter fiction. She has lived in seven different states but this weather wimp has happily called warm, sunny Florida home for more than twenty years.
When she’s not dreaming up plotlines, you’ll find “Captain Connie” on Central Florida’s waterways, introducing boats full of schoolchildren to their first alligator.
She is also passionate about helping women and children in developing countries break the poverty cycle and build a better future for themselves and their families. In addition to boating, she and her husband enjoy spending time with their grown children and extended family and planning their next travel adventures.
You can visit Connie online at www.conniemann.com.
BookPage reviewed Cowboy Christmas Jubilee by Dylann Crush
Dylann Crush writes contemporary romance with sizzle and sass. A romantic at heart, she loves her heroines spunky and her heroes super sexy. When she’s not dreaming up steamy storylines, she can be found sipping a margarita and searching for the best Tex-Mex food in Minnesota. Although she grew up in Texas, she currently lives in a suburb of Minneapolis/St. Paul with her unflappable husband, three energetic kids, two chaotic canines and a very chill cat. She loves to connect with readers, other authors and fans of tequila. You can sign up for her newsletter at dylanncrush.com or connect with her on social media.
Kirkus Reviews reviewed The Last 8 by Laura Pohl
Laura Pohl is a Brazilian writer who lives in São Paulo. She likes writing messages in caps lock, quoting Hamilton, and obsessing about Star Wars. When not taking pictures of her dog, she can be found discussing alien conspiracy theories. She has not crashed any cars or spaceships—yet. Visit her online at onlybylaura.com.
Kirkus Reviews reviewed The Shadowglass by Rin Chupeco
Despite uncanny resemblances to Japanese revenants, Rin Chupeco has always maintained her sense of humor. Raised in Manila, Philippines, she keeps four pets: a dog, two birds, and a husband. She’s been a technical writer and a travel blogger but now makes things up for a living. Connect with Rin at rinchupeco.com.
Kirkus Reviews reviewed The Bone Keeper by Luca Veste
Luca Veste is a writer of Italian and Scouse heritage, married with two young daughters, and one of nine children. He is the author of the Murphy and Rossi novels and forthcoming standalone The Bone Keeper. His books have been translated and published in the USA, Germany, Czech Republic, and Poland. Visit him online at lucaveste.com.
Kirkus Reviews reviewed Pirate Chicken: All Hens on Deck by Brian Yanish, illustrated by Jess Pauwels
Brian Yanish is a professional illustrator and author. He began his training drawing monsters in kindergarten in Western New York. He has worked for Jim Henson Productions in Los Angeles, trained as a special effects moldmaker, written and performed comedy, designed educational software, and sold his own line of T-shirts. He currently lives in New York City where he runs the ScrapKins Recycled Arts program, designs for apparel, children's books, apps and continues his training drawing monsters. Visit him online at brianyanish.com.
Jess Pauwels lives in Brussels, Belgium, so she can have the best french fries, the darkest chocolate, and the crunchiest Speculoos in the entire world. With her artist’s cap on eight months a year, she mostly draws for picture books and magazines. She loves caffeine, colored pencils, traveling, and documentaries about monkeys. Visit jesspauwels.be.
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