Everybody wants them: the books that this year’s hot movies are based on. Movie buzz gives books a nice bump, so be ready for the next “new” thing. When you run short on stock, here’s what to display and recommend next. Leave your own recommendations in the comments section for a chance to win a free copy of The DUFF by Kody Keplinger!
Thirty categories of audio excellence, all genres for all ages. These titles are very best in recorded literature, selected by the Audio Publishers Association in the only awards program in the United States devoted entirely to honoring spoken word entertainment.
We need to talk. You may want to sit down. Here, let me take your hand. Now listen. You know how I feel about you. This isn’t easy for me to say. But I am going on a sabbatical. For four months. Uh-oh.
Check out the March 2015 LibraryReads below, linked to Booklist reviews where available. Stayed tuned for Booklist reviews of Prudence, The Witch of Painted Sorrows, Cat out of Hell, and Delicious Foods, too!
Lynn: When I was six my father took me to my first ballet. I was completely smitten and decided instantly that my future lay in toe shoes and tutus! Alas, since I have zero coordination, grace, or balletic ability there was never a chance I would ever join the corps. But I have never lost my childhood love for dance and I know my fascination is shared by many young readers. We’ve had some wonderful and varied books about ballet and dancers this last year and we didn’t want neglect those while we get swamped by 2015 titles.
Why Trying to Please Everyone Can Torpedo Your Book
Our readers are often curious about the process of writing and publishing books, and we’re happy to provide access to the experts. In the fifth post of our Publishing U series, agent Mackenzie Brady and author Hannah Brencher share some hard-earned lessons about staying true to your own vision as an author.