Trade Reviews: Week of October 22
We are happy to share trade reviews across all our imprints this week. Read below for all the details.
School Library Connection reviewed After Zero by Christina Collins
Christina Collins grew up in Massachusetts and now lives in Northern Ireland, where she’s always on the lookout for castle ruins and secret gardens. She holds a master of fine arts in creative writing from George Mason University and is pursuing a PhD in creative writing at Queen’s University Belfast. She has taught at both universities and has been a writer-in-residence at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts as well asthe Art Commune program in Armenia. After Zero is her debut novel. Learn more at christinacollinsbooks.com, or follow her on Twitter (@stinacoll).
School Library Connection reviewed Frederik Sandwich and the Mayor Who Lost Her Marbles by Kevin John Scott
Kevin John Scott grew up in England and has lived in other peculiar places. His book is about one of them. Today he lives near Seattle with his hilarious wife, their whirlwind son, some trees, and an occasional bobcat. Visit him at www.kevinjohnscott.com.
School Library Connection reviewed Following by Jeffry W. Johnston
Jeffry W. Johnston has published about thirty-five short stories and more than two hundred articles. His first young adult novel, Fragments, was an Edgar Award nominee for Best Young Adult Mystery and a Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers selection by YALSA. He is also the author of The Truth. He lives in the Philadelphia area with his wife and their teenage son. Visit him at jeffrywjohnston.com.
Publishers Weekly reviewed Nightchaser by Amanda Bouchet
USA Today bestselling author Amanda Bouchet grew up in New England and studied French at the undergraduate and graduate levels, first at Bowdoin College and then at Bowling Green State University. She moved to Paris, France, in 2001 and has been there ever since. She met her husband while studying abroad, and the family now includes two bilingual children, who will soon be correcting her French. Connect with her at www.amandabouchet.com.
Kirkus Reviews reviewed The Only Woman in the Room by Marie Benedict
Marie Benedict is the author of The Other Einstein and Carnegie’s Maid. She is a lawyer with more than ten years’ experience as a litigator at two of the country’s premier law firms and for Fortune 500 companies. Visit her online at authormariebenedict.com.
Comments are closed.
Welcome to the Sourcebooks Books and Buzz Blog!
Click a category below, search for a specific author, book, or topic.
Categories for each of our imprints are as follows: