SCRAPPER by Matt Bell

SCRAPPER by Matt Bell

August 14, 2015

Booklist has reviewed SCRAPPER, saying of the novel that, “Bell’s portrait of a city brought to its knees is riveting.” Soho Press will publish the book on September 15, 2015…..

THE OTHER SERIOUS by Christy Wampole

THE OTHER SERIOUS by Christy Wampole

July 31, 2015

Chicago Tribune reviewer, Sarah Kollmorgen , writes “Reading “The Other Serious” feels like having a late-night talk with a good, advice-ready friend. Whether or not you agree with Wampole’s irony argument, reading “The Other Serious” will compel you to look at your own behaviors, which, in the end, is really the point.” Harper published the book on July 7, 2015….

THE INVADERS by Karolina Waclawiak

THE INVADERS by Karolina Waclawiak

July 31, 2015

Shelf Awareness has reviewed THE INVADERS, calling it “An incisive skewering of a privileged beachside community facing an “invasion” of lower-class outsiders.” Regan Arts published the book on July 7, 2015….

YOU’RE THE EARL THAT I WANT by Kelly Bowen

YOU’RE THE EARL THAT I WANT by Kelly Bowen

July 16, 2015

Kelly Bowen’s YOURE THE EARL THAT I WANT received a boxed starred review in Publishers Weekly, which raves that “this story has it all: romance, suspense, wit and Bowen’s trademark smart and slightly quirky characters.” The book also received a 4-star review in RT Magazine., which says that Bowen’s “atypical characters’ adventures move the story forward, enchanting readers with their escapades and captivating them with their sexual tension……”

THE INVADERS by Karolina Waclawiak

THE INVADERS by Karolina Waclawiak

July 16, 2015

THE INVADERS, by Karolina Waclawiak, has been reviewed in O Magazine, which called it a “darkly wise novel [that] takes aim at convention and complacency.” THE INVADERS was also reviewed by Slate and San Diego City Beat and an interview with the author was published on The Hairpin. Regan Arts published the novel on July 7, 2015…..

BRIGHT LIGHTS, DARK NIGHTS by Stephen Emond

BRIGHT LIGHTS, DARK NIGHTS by Stephen Emond

July 16, 2015

VOYA has given BRIGHT LIGHTS, DARK NIGHTS a starred review, saying, “the racial scandal, white cop against black teen, offers a nuanced depiction of a divisive, current issue… This book is an excellent addition to any young adult collection.” Roaring Brook Press will publish the book on August 11, 2015…..

THE INVADERS by Karolina Waclawiak

THE INVADERS by Karolina Waclawiak

July 10, 2015

The Guardian has reviewed Karolina Waclawiak’s second novel, THE INVADERS, which said of the novel that it “contains hints of the same fantastical realism found in Ellis’s Lunar Park or Eugenides’ The Virgin Suicides,” and that “Waclawiak’s unadorned prose puts in stark relief dark houses, vacant gardens, even the ominous churning of the sea without resorting to belaboured Freudian cant.” THE INVADERS was also included in Vanity Fair’s list of the Best Books of July. ReganArts published the novel July 7, 2015.

MR. SPLITFOOT by Samantha Hunt

MR. SPLITFOOT by Samantha Hunt

July 10, 2015

Samantha Hunt’s MR. SPLITFOOT was named by The Millions website as one of the most anticipated books for the second half of 2015, which said, “In Hunt’s fictions, imagination anchors the real and sometimes calls mutiny… Mr. Splitfoot, Hunt’s third novel, promises more in this vein. It’s a gothic ghost story, involving two orphaned sisters, channeling spirits, and an enigmatic journey across New York State.” Houghton Mifflin will publish the book on January 5, 2016.

BRIGHT LIGHTS, DARK NIGHTS by Stephen Emond

BRIGHT LIGHTS, DARK NIGHTS by Stephen Emond

July 10, 2015

Booklist reviewed Stephen Emond’s novel BRIGHT LIGHTS, DARK NIGHTS, and calling it “a real slice of contemporary teenage life that’s painfully honest about the below-the-surface racism in today’s America.” They also praised Emond’s illustrations as “gorgeous, inky, noir-infused cityscapes.” Roaring Brook Press will publish the book on August 11, 2015.

THE INVADERS by Karolina Waclawiak

THE INVADERS by Karolina Waclawiak

July 7, 2015

Booklist has reviewed THE INVADERS by Karolina Waclawiak, saying of the novel that, “with its spot-on characterizations, droll dialogue, and staccato pacing. Waclawiak’s dark satire is a trenchant indictment of the country club set tempered by compassionately rendered portraits of two of its not entirely unwitting victims.” THE INVADERS was also reviewed by The Toast, included in Vol. 1 Brooklyn’s July 2015 Book Preview and in The Cut’s list of beach reads. Regan Arts will publish the novel on July 7, 2015. CLICK ABOVE FOR MORE INFORMATION