Wendy Walker, Emma In The Night
Last year we worked with Wendy Walker and saw her book All Is Not Forgotten explode onto the summer reading scene. We cannot wait to work with her on her next release, Emma In The Night.
Alane Adams, The Santa Thief & The Raven God
Alane Adams is back with The Santa Thief, a heartwarming tale of Georgie and his mischievous adventures in 1920’s Pennsylvania during Christmas time, as well as The Raven God, the third book in her Legends of Orkney series.
Anne Leigh Parrish, Women Within
The 2012 Independent Publisher Book Award silver medal recipient author, Anne Leigh Parrish, released her third story collection, By The Wayside this year. Now we can expect her next novel, Women Within, in the fall. We just love starting and ending the year with Anne’s powerful voice!
Kris Radish, A Dangerous Woman from Nowhere
We are so thrilled to be working with Kris Radish once again. Her powerful books just keep getting better and better. A Dangerous Woman from Nowhere brings the pain of the frontier to readers’ front doors and promises an intriguing tale of survival and friendship.
Teresa Sullivan, Mikey and Me
From working as an RN and hospital administrator to now being a published author, Teresa Sullivan is making her debut with the book Mikey and Me, a memoir dedicated to her sister, who is visually impaired and on the autism spectrum. The memoir reflects on Teresa’s experience dealing with her sister being institutionalized in the 1960s and the difficulties of caring for a special needs child.
Diane Rios, Bridge of the Gods
Join us as we welcome author Diane Rios to the Booksparks team! Her YA fantasy book Bridge of the Gods will be releasing in August and the story will immerse you into a magical world full of amazing creatures and a mythical forest.
Andrea Jarrell, I’m the One Who Got Away
This She Writes Press author has a story you’ll have to read to believe. We would like to extend a warm welcome to Andrea Jarrell and her memoir, I’m the One Who Got Away. A book Dani Shapiro calls “brave, clear-eyed, compelling and powerful.”
Heather Cumiskey, I Like You Like This
Welcome to the Spark family, Heather Cumiskey. We can’t wait for this intensely honest YA novel. For fans of 13 Reasons Why, I Like You Like This is a teenage tale we can all relate to.
Sarah Kowalski, Motherhood Reimagined
For any mother who has struggled with infertility and chosen a different path to parenthood, Sarah Kowalski and her book are welcomed additions to the bookshelf. Motherhood Reimagined takes readers on an honest journey that will bring tears to your eyes.
Jamie Beck, Before I Knew
Jamie Beck is starting a new series and we’re so happy to be a part of it. The Cabot series is kicking off with Before I Knew and promises to be a story that stays with readers for a long time.
June 6, 2017
The Rules of Half by Jenna Patrick
Lying to Children by Alex Shahla
Blinded by Hope by Meg McGuire
June 13, 2017
American Family: A Novel by Catherine Marshall-Smith
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
The Darkest Promise (Lords of the Underworld series, #13) by Gena Showalter
June 20, 2017
Proof by C.E. Tobisman
June 27, 2017
Alphonse by Carl Sever
July 4, 2017
A Game of Ghosts by John Connolly
July 11, 2017
The Lake Effect by Erin McCahan
Multiple Mayhem by Elise Allen
The Gift of Goodbye by Rebecca W. Munn
July 18, 2017
Slipsliding by the Bay by Barbara McDonald
Wendy Darling, Book 3 by Colleen Oakes
Worth the Wait by Lori Foster
August 1, 2017
The Cottingley Secret: A Novel by Hazel Gaynor
The Bad Dream Notebook by Linda Dahl
August 8, 2017
Emma In The Night by Wendy Walker
Parent Deleted by Michelle Darne
Venetian Blood by Christine Volker
Love Reconsidered by Phyllis Piano
This is Not the End by Chandler Baker
August 15, 2017
The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball by Dori Yang
Bridge of the Gods by Diane Rios
Finding My Badass Self by Sherry Stanfa-Stanley
August 22, 2017
Among the Survivors by Ann Z. Leventhal
August 29, 2017
Mikey and Me by Teresa Sullivan