Friday Five – July 12th, 2019
Whisper Network by Chandler Baker earned a place on both The New York Times print hardcover best sellers list and the USA Today best-selling books list.
Client Jo Gick had a featured interview detailing how she became an interior designer with USA Today.
Screen Queens by Lori Goldstein was featured as a best YA book of 2019 so far on POPSUGAR.
Meg Goldin’s The Escape Room had a featured review on The Nerd Daily.
A Stranger on the Beach by Michele Campbell had a featured review on The Nerd Daily.
Class Mom by Laurie Gelman and Small Admissions by Amy Poeppel were featured as two books about parenting drama that will make you happy you don’t have kids yet on Bustle.
Whisper Network by Chandler Baker was called a best book publishing this month by LitHub and a hot July pick by CrimeReads.
Grant Ginder’s Honestly, We Meant Well was named a perfect beach read for a weekend getaway by The Star.
Whisper Network by Chandler Baker and A Stranger on the Beach by Michele Campbell made it on BookRiot’s list of the top 50 crime reads of the summer.
Red, White & Royal Blue by #SRC2019 guest author Casey McQuiston was featured as a beach read with a super cute cover on BookRiot.
Taylor Jenkins Reid’s Daisy Jones & The Six and #SRC2019 guest author Casey McQuiston’s Red, White & Royal Blue were featured as two of the best books of 2019 so far on BookRiot.
The Last Book Party by Karen Dukess was featured in the Provincetown Banner, praised by Electric Literature and had a featured review by The National Book Review.
The Last Book Party by Karen Dukess was featured alongside The Islanders by #SRC2019 guest author Meg Mitchell Moore as two of the best summer reads this year by The New York Times.
When You Ask Me Where I’m Going by Jasmin Kaur was called a must-read book by a debut author on BookRiot.
Saturday’s Child by Deborah Burns was featured on Forbes’s list of best books for success in work and life.
Guesthouse for Ganesha by Judith Teitelman and Newcomers in an Ancient Land by Paula Wagner were selected as summer reading recommendations by Hadassah Magazine.
Kirkus Reviews gave praise to Janice Morgan’s Suspended Sentence calling it, “A frank, earnest memoir of the difficulties of parenthood.”
PsychCentral interviewed Tyra Manning, author of Your Turn, about using writing to process grief.
What an incredible week for our BookSparks authors!