Friday Five – August 30th, 2019

Unpregnant by Jenni Hendriks & Ted Caplan was named one of the best books of fall by People.

Dominicana by #FRC2019 guest Angie Cruz was named one of the biggest books coming out this fall by Entertainment Weekly, featured as a book to read this month by the Washington Post and called a book to watch for in September by The New York Times.

Heather Cumiskey, author of I Love You Like That, had a featured interview with The Nerd Daily.

Red, White & Royal Blue by #SRC2019 guest author Casey McQuiston was named a romance perfectly tailored for viral success by Vanity Fair.

#WRC2019 author Yangsze Choo’s novel, Ghost Bride, was featured as a book being turned into a Netflix series on Variety.

Ames Sheldon and her novel Don’t Put the Boats Away were featured in a piece by The Sun Current.

Rayne Lacko, author of A Song for the Road, had a featured essay on how music may be the secret to better self-esteem on Parentmap.

The Nine author Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg had a featured discussion about her new book with Spine Magazine.

Wild Savage Stars by Kristina Pérez was named one of the top YA books of the week by Frolic and featured as a must-read historical fiction book on the BN Teen Blog.

Even if Your Heart Would Listen author Elise Schiller was featured on an episode of WHYY’s Radio Times discussing love and loss in the opioid crisis.

Raven Lane by Amber Cowie and Pretty Guilty Women by Gina LaManna were named two of the best books coming out this fall by Woman’s Day.

What an incredible week for our BookSparks authors!