Poured Over interview
New York Post review
Shelf Awareness review
New York Times recommended
LA Times recommended
Library Journal named one of the
Top 10 Memoirs of 2022
"Best of" Lists:
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Named one of the most anticipated books of 2023:
Time.com (which only mentions 23 books),
New York Times Review
Bookmarks (review from the Boston Globe)
American Libraries Interview
Crimereads Top10 Books to read in February
#1 on the March Indie Next list!
Anywhere You Run
Fatty Fatty Boom Boom
Dani Shapiro - #5
Dani Shapiro’s gorgeous new novel,
Signal Fires, begins in 1985 in a quiet suburb, where three teenagers get into a drunk-driving accident. The two Wilf siblings survive, but the event forever haunts their family. Years later, the Shenkmans move in across the street and have a child, who forms a bond with the Wilf father. The families’ lives intertwine in poignant ways, showing how relationships—between siblings, parents and children, spouses, even neighbors—change over time. Have your tissues ready.
I Have Some Questions for You
NEWS, REVIEWS & INTERVIEWS
Rabia Chaudry - #4
Rabia Chaudry, author of the bestselling
Adnan’s Story and cohost of the podcast, Undisclosed, explore[s] her Pakistani roots and American upbringing collided and contributed to her body image and sense of self in Fatty Fatty Boom Boom: A Memoir of Food, Fat, and Family. This triumphant tale celebrates loving yourself and eat-ing good food (it even includes recipes!).
A winner of the National Jewish Book Award
USA Today bestseller list
Seattle Times article
Washington Post review
LA Times review
Good Morning America interview
Entertainment Weekly interview
Book Trib review
Jewish Book Council Review
American Booksellers Assoc. Indie Next
"Best of" Lists:
Time: 100 Must-Read Books of 2022
and one of the Top 10 Fiction of 2022
Washington Post: Best Books of 2022
Amazon: Best Books of 2022
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Wanda M. Morris
Washington Post recommended
"Best of" Lists:
Collider: one of the Top 10 crime novels that deserve a movie adaptation
Library Journal: one of the Top 10 Crime Novels of 2022
Named one of the Best Crime Novels of 2022 by the New York Times
THIS YEAR'S AUTHORS
Wanda Morris - #1
Anywhere You Run by Wanda M. Morris is the rare heart-pounding thriller that’s also deeply moving. In the summer of 1964, 20-something sisters Violet and Marigold leave their hometown in Jim Crow Mississippi to escape very different troubles:
One is suspected of murder; the other is unmarried and pregnant. Neither realizes there’s a man who’s after them both, and their wrenching journey toward a new life will leave you breathless.
HISTORICAL THRILLER: Wanda M. Morris, Anywhere You Run
LITERARY MYSTERY: Rebecca Makkai, I Have Some Questions for You
MEMOIR: Rabia Chaudry, Fatty Fatty Boom Boom:
A Memoir of Food, Fat, and Family
NONFICTION SPY THRILLER: Larry Loftis, The Watchmaker’s Daughter:
The True Story of World War II Heroine Corrie ten Boom
LITERARY FICTION: Dani Shapiro, Signal Fires
Olivia Fierro, co-host of Good Morning Arizona on KTVK 3TV
and host of Olivia’s Book Club
Here is an audio excerpt from the Prologue
NamedPalm Beach FestivalMarch Book of the Month
Appearing April 12 at the Reagan Library exhibit:
Auschwitz: Not Long Ago. Not Far Away.
Debuted at #4 on the Bestseller list in Canada
Featured by the Daily Kos
From Real Simple magazine
Three of their top 5 books of 2022 (out of 49)
are written by our authors!
(Our other two authors' books had not been published yet.)
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