Friday Five – September 13th, 2019
Katherine Wintsch, author of Slay Like a Mother, was interviewed in a segment about how mothers can stay present and find purpose on the TODAY Show.
Dominicana by #FRC2019 guest Angie Cruz was named a most anticipated book of fall by TIME Magazine and also by Newsweek.
Dr. Sarah Neustadter, author of Love You Like the Sky, had a personal essay about surviving the suicide of a loved one featured on Betches.
The Lost Man by Jane Harper, The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald, The Last Resort by Marissa Stapley, A Stranger on the Beach by Michele Campbell and The Escape Room by Megan Goldin were named thrillers worth reading this year by PopSugar.
Kristy Woodson Harvey’s newest novel, Feels Like Falling, had a feature cover reveal on She Reads.
The Giver of Stars by #FRC2019 host Jojo Moyes was featured alongside Dear Girls by #FRC2019 guest Ali Wong as two of the most anticipated books of fall according to Vox.
Even if Your Heart Would Listen author Elise Schiller was mentioned in a piece detailing how parents aren’t to blame for the teen opioid epidemic by Parents Magazine.
Wild Savage Stars by Kristina Pérez was featured as a noteworthy fantasy book of September on Den of Geek.
Twine author Monica Duncan had a featured interview with The Nerd Daily.
Kristina Pérez’s Bright Raven Skies had a featured cover reveal on Hypable.
Lisa Tognola’s As Long As It’s Perfect was featured as a book to feed your inner Joanna Gaines on She Reads.
Five Dark Fates by Kendare Blake was named a hot YA novel coming this September by SYFY Wire.
The Wonder of Now by Jamie Beck, Twice in a Blue Moon by #FRC2019 guest Christina Lauren and Not the Girl You Marry by #FRC2019 guest author Andie J. Christopher were named two of the hottest upcoming romance novels on the B&N Blog.
What an incredible week for our BookSparks authors!