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THIS WEEK ON TWITTER
How pretty is the full cover for THE WARLORD?! pic.twitter.com/rdsZnRYJem— Gena Showalter (@genashowalter) January 22, 2021
Kate Clayborn, author of LOVE LETTERING and the upcoming LOVE AT FIRST, announced a new book deal this week. LIKELY STORY is about a woman who, after returning home and stumbling across a “friendfic” diary where she and her best friend imagined their futures, aims to find out whether her old dreams might actually serve as a road map to the life, and love, she’s always dreamed of finding. Publication is set for summer 2022. (see tweet)
Rebecca Kuss at Inkyard Press bought, in an exclusive submission, THE NOT-SO-UNIFORM LIFE OF HOLLY-MEI by Christina Matula. In the debut middle grade series, Taiwanese-Canadian Holly-Mei Jones is uprooted from her normal life in Toronto and must try to find her place in a new world of private school, frienemies, and expectations when her mother gets a high-flying job in Hong Kong. Publication is set for winter 2022. (see tweet)
B.B. Alston released AMARI AND THE NIGHT BROTHERS, a middle grade book from Balzer and Bray that Kirkus Reviews noted, “weaves magical whimsy with realistically portrayed circumstances, allowing Amari’s literal #BlackGirlMagic to shine”. This book is available now. (see tweet)
AROUND THE WEB
New York Times bestselling author Angie Thomas spoke to the Washington Post about race in America, as well as her newest release, CONCRETE ROSE, the prequel book to the author’s debut book, THE HATE YOU GIVE.
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