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New Fantasy Series and Spinoff Chronicles From Amy Kuivalainen
BHC Press has acquired world rights to the Firebird Fairytales series by up-and-coming fantasy author Amy Kuivalainen. Titles include Cry of the Firebird (2021 publication), Ashes of the Firebird, Rise of the Firebird, The Exorcist and the Demon Hunter, and Of Starlight and Midnight.
Also included in the deal is The Blood Lake Chronicles spinoff featuring character Eldon Blaise. Titles include Wylt, Blaise, Kingdom, and Once.
Publishers Weekly Raves About Whiteland
Whiteland, Rosie Cranie-Higgs’s horror/dark fantasy debut received a glowing review in the August 10th edition of Publishers Weekly, calling it a “powerful series launch [that] will haunt readers well after they’re done reading” [and] “…takes readers down a terror-filled rabbit hole in the Swiss Alps. Whiteland releases October 15, 2020.
A Life, Forward Receives Glowing Review from Kirkus Reviews
Kirkus Reviews calls A Life, Forward by Tracy Hewitt Meyer a “piercing and heartwarming sequel.” The review also credits Meyer’s skill in writing about self-harm and mental illness “sensitively and explicitly.”
AUTHOR INTERVIEWS & FEATURES
Filled with interesting tidbits and questions, these intriguing interviews will take you behind-the scenes as our authors discuss their latest releases.
Lisa Menzel Talks Hauntings, Native American Lore, and the I&M Canal and creating her debut historical horror novel, Stel Parad.
Shannon Potsiadlo shares her experience of pregnancy loss with grief in her new memoir Be Still My Grieving Heart
Upcoming YA Mystery Will Appeal to Fans of Sherlock Holmes
Mischa Thrace’s young adult mystery, Bury the Lead, is slated for publication summer 2021. When Kennedy Carter, wanna-be investigative reporter and devotee of Sherlock Holmes, teams up with her friend to solve the mystery of disappearing students and an urban legend plaguing their high school, they hope to uncover the story of a lifetime–if the killer doesn’t get them first.
Lizzie Chantree's Latest Features a Colorful Cast of Characters
Shh… It’s Our Secret by Lizzie Chantree is a charming feel-good contemporary romance starring Violet, a shy woman with hidden talents that could help a group of regulars at the local café bar. Scheduled for release May 2021.
Greg Jolley Talks Movies, Writing, and Morbid Obsessions
Author Natalie Gibson discusses power dynamics, polyamory, and the paranormal in her new book The Magic Number.
R.A. Conroy Interviewed on WWNY-TV to Discuss New Release, Shelter
R.A. Conroy, author of Shelter: Lost & Found was interviewed on Watertown, New York's FOX affiliate, WWNY-TV. Arts & Entertainment Editor, Craig Thornton sat down with the author to get insight on her debut novel about animal shelters and animal cruelty, as well as human physical abuse.
by Greg Jolley
Be Still My
by Shannon Potsiadlo
Nassir's White Coat
by Artigua Kilpatrick
Trailer Baby Author, Kathryn Sanoden Pearson Featured in Newspaper
The County News Review, a Minnesota newspaper based in Isanti County, Minnesota recently featured Kathryn Sanoden Pearson and her debut novel Trailer Baby. The article appears online and was included in the December 5th edition of the paper.
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March 11, 2020
The Primus Initiative
by Robert Davies
March 18, 2020
8: A Song for the Peach Tree…
by Christopher M. Struck
2021 PUSHCART PRIZE NOMINEES
We are pleased to announce our 2021 nominees for the prestigious Pushcart Prize. The Pushcart Prize, established in 1976 is recognized by the trade as one of the most prestigious awards that is bestowed on small and independent presses.
March 25, 2021
A Fastball for Freedom
by Gary Morgenstein
by Raymond Henri
April 8, 2021
The Phantom of the East Tower
by Ellen Alexander
BARNES & NOBLE CHOOSES SPECIMEN 959 AS MARCH SERIAL READ
We are thrilled that Barnes & Noble has chosen Robert Davies' award-winning sci-fi novel, Specimen 959, as the March Serial Read. A special excerpt will be available at Barnes & Noble for the entire month of March. If you own a Nook device or app, you can read an extra excerpt each day through March 31st. This is truly an honor as only twelve books are selected each year by the B&N team.