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Cover Reveal for THE FIRST TIME SHE DROWNED

C-O-V-E-R R-E-V-E-A-L D-A-Y! Today we have the honor of revealing the cover for The First Time She Drowned by Kerry Kletter, forthcoming from Philomel/Penguin on March 15th, 2016. I met Kerry when I was in Los Angeles and she is an A++ human and I’m positive her book is A++ too. Before I charge into Penguin HQ to find a galley let me share the A++ cover in addition to some A++ insight from Kerry’s […]

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GUEST POST: Eleanor Herman on ‘Fantasy Is Real’

Hi readers! If you’re paying attention to awesome books this year, you’ll notice a lot of the runaway successes are fantasy novels. And like anyone who’s worked in the business of book publishing, I was recently wondering WHY fantasy is so hot these days as opposed to three years ago when we were all about dystopian, or five years ago when it was all about the paranormal hotties. I wonder if it’s less about ONE book being […]

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Cover Reveal for THE SERPENT KING

C-O-V-E-R R-E-V-E-A-L D-A-Y!! Today we have the honor of revealing the cover for THE SERPENT KING by Jeff Zentner, forthcoming from Random House on March 8th, 2016. Jeff is a really cool guy and I was so excited when his book sold, and while book deals are crazy exciting and life changing, I was REALLY pumped when Jeff messaged me with the beauty we’re revealing today. Once you manage to pull yourself away from this arresting […]

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A Day In The Life of Author/Screenwriter Rebecca Serle

6:30 AM: My alarm goes off and I laugh MERCILESSLY in its face. Well, I don’t open my eyes, but in my head I am annihilating dawn. I roll over and turn it off and then I immediately check my email. I wish this wasn’t my habit, but it is. I have a few saying things to me like “Enjoy this time! Everything is about to change!” or “let’s do X before we’re inundated with […]

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A Day in the Life of Paper Lantern Lit Co-Founder Lexa Hillyer

Wednesday March 11 3:45 am. My husband Charlie’s alarm goes off and he gets up to leave for an early catering gig. He is probably going to be setting up a fancy breakfast at Bloomberg Philanthropy or something but who knows, because he also does things like $150,000 40-person 6-year-old birthday parties at the Carlyle. Hashtag richpeople. I mercifully hear none of this because of the powerful earplugs wedged deep into my skull. 7:34 am. […]

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