Benjamin Shobert’s BLAME CHINA, arguing that Americans harbor deep insecurities about our economic future, our place in the world, our response to terrorism, and our deeply dysfunctional government, and over the next several years, each of these insecurities will be projected onto China in an attempt to blame China for errors entirely of our own making, leading to potential conflict.
NYT and USA Today bestselling author Lynn Cahoon’s next 3 books in the CAT LATIMER Mystery series where Cat runs a writer’s retreat in her small Colorado college town.
Vice-Chair of Research, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Tulane University School of Medicine Dr. Michael Scheeringa’s PTSD IN YOUTH: A Guide for Parents, an authoritative guide for parents who have a child, or readers who once were children, who suffered psychological trauma, helping them to understand the effects of and how to recover from severe stress and trauma.
Frank L. Cole’s THE SECRETS OF B.R.E.W., a middle-grade series in which a twelve year-old “Dram,” or potion-maker-in-training, must move beyond pranks and bizarre concoctions in his basement to lead his friends in a high stakes potion war against a crazy group of anarchists, for publication in 2018.
Documentary-maker, BBC broadcaster, and National Geographic correspondent Tim Samuel’s WHO STOLE MY SPEAR?: HOW TO BE A MAN IN THE 21st CENTURY, a humorous and thoughtful exploration of modern masculinity, with advice for men, and the women who want to understand them, for publication in the U.S. in 2018.
USA Today bestselling author Tonya Kappes’s first in the Southern Baking Mystery series, in which an NYC pastry chef returns to her small hometown where she’s agreed to bake her best friend’s wedding cake, but when the murder of the wedding venue’s head chef puts her friend at the top of the suspect list, she must clear her friend’s name in time for the wedding to go off without a hitch, in a 2-book deal.
May McGoldrick’s Regency-era series trilogy, in which an English aristocrat in Scotland breaks open the crate of a long-awaited shipment to find inside a nearly dead woman, the daughter of a man he holds responsible for the demise of his own family, in a 3-book deal.
Mollie Cox Byran’s fourth Cora Crafts Mystery, in which the crafters host a back-to-school beading retreat geared to moms after a long summer with the kids, while trying to help a friend who’s a suspect for murder, not knowing the answer to the murder question is right at Kildare House with one of their crafters.
Jamie Beck’s JOYFULLY HIS, a Sterling Canyon novella, in which the town’s fallen hero finally finds acceptance and love.
Sara Jane Stone’s Untitled Fairy-Tale Romance, in which a scientist seeking funding from her billionaire boss finds herself swept up in a Cinderella make-over followed by a night of adventure and passion through New York City’s top destinations.