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January 2017 Releases

Happy new year! Can you believe that it is now 2017?! As of this month, Pub(lishing) Crawl is now five years old???? (Even longer considering some of us came from Let the Words Flow!) The site has evolved and changed over the years—we’ve added contributors, we’ve said farewell to others, we’ve also started a podcast—and we thank each and everyone of you for sticking with us! With that said, welcome back to Upcoming Titles, our monthly […]

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2016 PubCrawl Releases!

Happy New Year! Can you believe PubCrawl is four years old this year? How time does fly! This little blog will be toddling off to grade school before we know it, sniff. Anyway, to start off another awesome year with us, we thought we’d let y’all know what we PubCrawlers (current and alumni) are publishing this year! E.C. Myers Against All Silence After being a key figure in the exposing of government corruption, Max Stein has […]

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January 2016 Releases

Happy New Year! Here at PubCrawl we like to usher in 2016 with a lot of new and exciting books! Hold on to your wallets, friends, because it’s once again time for our Upcoming Titles feature. As always, this is by no means a comprehensive list of forthcoming releases, just a compilation of titles we think our readers (and our contributors!) would enjoy. Without further ado: January 5 Passenger by Alexandra Bracken** Worlds of Ink and […]

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New Leaf Giveaway to Celebrate Spring!

Hello Pub Crawlers! The New Leaf Literary team is really excited that the weather has finally warmed up. It’s perfect for reading in Central Park, lunches in Bryant Park, walks along the river, and more—and so we wanted to celebrate. A bundle of books is up for grabs to the person who can come up with a fantastic summer themed six word story (yes, you heard correctly—only six words!), judged by the team at New […]

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Nine Halloween Reading Recommendations!

HAPPY HALLOWEEN, READERS! Some of the members of Team PubCrawl wanted to share our recent Halloween-esque favorites! I hope you’ll let us know what spooky reads you’ve discovered recently in the comments section. Adam Silvera Rooms by Lauren Oliver breathes new life into ghost stories. There’s an ensemble cast, and my favorite narrators were Alice and Sandra, two ghosts inhabiting the walls of this old house. There are family secrets, the sudden appearance of a new ghost, […]

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