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  • Essential Graphic Novels to Read on Batman Day 2017
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Batman Day is back! But the twist? Harley Quinn is taking over. In honor of Harley Quinn’s 25th anniversary, Batman Day (September 23) will also feature the immensely popular Clown Princess of Crime, who burst into our lives when she debuted in Batman: The Animated Series in 1992 and is now a mainstay […]
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  • Celebrity Book Club: Read Along with Your Favorite Stars
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Admit it. You get a little excited every time you see a celebrity caught by the paparazzi with a book in their hand. You have one of those moments where you realize that even though they are staggeringly beautiful and stunningly successful and talented, they are just like us […]
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  • Required Reading: 11 Authors Share the Books They Want Taught in Schools
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Every lifelong reader knows that the books you read as a child have the ability to mold you into the person you’ll become as an adult. In the hands of a teacher, a book can be a powerful tool in shaping a reader’s understanding of themselves and the world […]
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  • Ben Hatke on Visual Storytelling, Fairytales, and Genre-Blending
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Ben Hatke’s Mighty Jack duology takes readers on a wild adventure inspired by the fairytale character who climbs beanstalks and slays giants. The series comes to a close this fall with Mighty Jack and the Goblin King, which follows Jack and Lilly as they travel to a different realm to rescue Jack’s […]
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  • E. Lockhart on Antiheroes, Action Movies, and Genuine Fraud
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Young adult readers who want a twisty tale that keeps them guessing won’t want to miss E. Lockhart’s Genuine Fraud. The novel starts with its protagonist on the run and slowly moves backwards to reveal an antihero who is always a step ahead of everyone around her. To celebrate the book’s […]
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  • LibraryReads – October 2017
    October 2017 LibraryReads has announced the top ten books available in October that librarians across the country love. You can request or wish for the featured titles below on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the LibraryReads site. If you are a librarian, you can nominate titles for the LibraryReads list via NetGalley […]
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  • Cover Love – September edition
    We’ve rounded up covers we love, and we hope you will too. We’ve also gathered all of your cover votes from this month, and your most loved cover is…Renegades by Marissa Meyer! Click on each cover to read the full description, request (or wish for) the title, and “Like” the cover if you haven’t already. […]
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  • Six Uplifting Books to Read If You’ve Had a Really Bad Year
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Eva Woods spent a lot of time thinking about the concept of happiness when writing her new novel, Something Like Happy. The book tells the story of two women who are seeking joy in the midst of sadness, heartbreak, and tragedy. Like many of us readers, Woods turns to books […]
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  • Happy Birthday, Authors!: A Look at Writers Born in September
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Do you share a birthday with your favorite author? Here, we take a look at novelists, poets, journalists, and other writers born during the month of September. September 1 Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875) September 2 Allen Drury (1918) September 3 Sarah Orne Jewett (1849) September 4 Richard Wright (1908) […]
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  • Leigh Bardugo on Wonder Woman: “I Just Want to See Her Smash the Patriarchy”
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. The summer of 2017 turned Bookish’s editor into a ride-or-die Diana fan, and Leigh Bardugo’s Wonder Woman: Warbringer played a significant role in that transformation. The novel tells Wonder Woman’s origin story, introducing readers to a young girl eager to prove herself and earn her place on Themyscira. She’s given the opportunity […]
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  • Indie Next List – October 2017
    October edition The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the October Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site.  If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for […]
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  • Daniel Handler on Romance, Sexuality, and Getting Over Quotation Marks
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. You may know Daniel Handler by another name: Lemony Snicket, the author of the Series of Unfortunate Events books. When he isn’t writing about the Baudelaire siblings, Handler is penning adult and young adult novels under his given name. We were lucky enough to catch up with Handler at BookExpo America […]
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  • Claire Messud’s Favorite Books About Female Friendships
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Claire Messud’s latest novel, The Burning Girl, explores the aftermath of broken friendship. At the start of seventh grade, Cassie Burnes ditches Julia Robinson in favor of boys, alcohol, and drugs. Julia, our narrator, is heartbroken that her longtime best friend is suddenly becoming a stranger. Over the course of […]
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  • Librarians’ Choice: September 2017
    Librarians’ Choice has announced the Top 10 titles for September 2017 that librarians across Australia love. You can request or wish for the featured titles below on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the Librarians’ Choice site. If you are a librarian in Australia, you can nominate titles for the Librarians’ Choice list […]
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  • Top Ten Books from the UK – October
    As we inch closer to Christmas, big name authors jostle with the names of the future in our October roundup. There is a wide variety here – from celebrity autobiography to the best in literary fiction, from chilling crime to romance – so find your perfect winter read while the nights are still light! Book […]
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  • NetGalley seeking part-time Communications Assistant!
    NetGalley seeking a proactive, enthusiastic part-time Communications Assistant!   Are you passionate about the book publishing industry? Goal oriented, and strategy-driven? NetGalley is looking for a part-time Communications Assistant to maintain important client-facing communications and brand strategy. Find out more about NetGalley at www.netgalley.com. This role will assist the International Ac...
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  • Cover Love – August edition
    We’ve rounded up covers we love, and we hope you will too. We’ve also gathered all of your cover votes from this month, and your most loved cover is…The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse! Click on each cover to read the full description, request (or wish for) the title, and “Like” the cover if you […]
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  • Jeannette Walls on The Glass Castle Adaptation
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. In 2005, Jeannette Walls published The Glass Castle and welcomed the world into her unique family. With the film adaptation in theaters, Walls is on the road sharing her story and her thoughts on the cinematic version of her life. Bookish had the chance to listen to her speak at a […]
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  • A Tale of Four Cities: Must-Read International Thrillers
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Hankering to end your summer with an international voyage? Author Christine Evelyn Volker rounded up five mysteries and thrillers set on foreign soil. There’s seduction in Seville, intrigue in Istanbul, murder in Moscow and villainy in Venice. What do they have in common? Enthralling locations, treachery, and hints of love, like in […]
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  • Davy Jones’ Bookshelf: Seven Must-Read Pirate Tales
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Ahoy, readers! Prepare to set sail for adventure. Katharine Ashe has a new novella hitting shelves and pirate-lovers won’t want to miss out. The Pirate and I follows Charles Brittle as he attempts to turn over a new leaf and live an honorable life, and win the heart of Miss Esme Astell, of […]
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  • Your reviews are getting attention…
    As members of NetGalley, you know that publishers and authors rely on your thoughtful reviews and feedback. We’re showcasing your dedication to helping books succeed by giving your reviews the platform they deserve, to increase their visibility and value. As you submit your reviews on NetGalley, you will notice a few upgrades to the Feedback […]
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  • The Theory of Connectivity: Do Ideas Choose the Right Writer at the Right Time?
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. They say the wand chooses the wizard, but do ideas choose their writers? That’s what Hazel Gaynor believes. Here, Gaynor shares the theory of connectivity—the idea that inspiration seeks out the right writer at the right time—and how it applies to her latest novel, The Cottingley Secret. It’s the question all writers […]
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  • LibraryReads – September 2017
    September 2017 LibraryReads has announced the top ten books available in September that librarians across the country love. You can request or wish for the featured titles below on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the LibraryReads site. If you are a librarian, you can nominate titles for the LibraryReads list via NetGalley […]
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  • The Most Beautifully Written Books Lana Popović Has Ever Read
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Language can be spellbinding. It can evoke sights, sounds, and smells. It can take you to different worlds and transform you into new characters. Lana Popović’s debut, Wicked Like a Wildfire, is already gaining serious attention for its vivid descriptions and lush writing. To celebrate the book’s release, Popović shared books that […]
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  • Happy Birthday, Authors!: A Look at Writers Born in August
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. August 1 Herman Melville (1819) Amy Friedman (1952) Madison Smartt Bell (1957) August 2 James Baldwin (1924) Isabel Allende (1942) Beverly Coyle (1946) August 3 P.D. James (1920) Leon Uris (1924) Marvin Bell (1937) Walter Kirn (1962) August 4 Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792) Knut Hamsun (1859) August 5 Guy […]
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  • Best Book Club Picks for August 2017: Karin Slaughter, Leigh Bardugo, and More
    Originally published on Bookish.com, our sister company. Is your book club scrambling for an August read? We’ve got you covered! Here, we’ve pulled the best book club picks coming out this month. Whether you’re in the mood for a novel about motherhood, or would prefer to escape to the island of Themyscira, we have the […]

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