Kudos to Our Authors
A year after its release, A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini remains on the NYT  hardcover fiction bestseller list, while his Kite Runner, published four years ago, is at #3 on the paperback trade fiction list. Visit Khaled's site Tim Ferriss: The 4-Hour Work Week has spent 27 weeks on the NYT hardcover advice bestseller list.  It also tops the NYT hardcover business list. Visit Tim's site

Chris Bohjalian's World War II love story, Skeletons at the Feast, debuted on the New York Times bestseller list and was chosen as a Book Sense Selection. Visit Chris' site Jodi Picoult's Nineteen Minutes has been on the NYT  hardcover fiction best seller list for 13 weeks running (watch Jodi’s trailer).  Also  see the trailer for her latest NYT-bestselling novel, Change of Heart.

Bestselling author Alice Hoffman has had her new novel The Third Angel chosen as an “Editor’s Choice” by the New York Times Book Review. Visit Alice's site Barbara Delinsky’s The Secret Between Us  hit The New York Times bestseller list a week after its release.  Visit Barbara's site
Recently Published ...
 
Queen of the Road (Doubleday) by Doreen Orion.  A wild—and true—tale of two shrinks who travel 22,000 miles around the country in a renovated bus with a dog, two cats, and not nearly enough martinis. Watch the multimedia travelogues that take Doreen and her husband from the RV Nudist Park in Colton, California to a UFO conference in (where else?) Roswell, New Mexico. Visit Doreen's site
 

Wit’s End (Penguin) by Karen Joy Fowler.  In Wit's End, the bestselling author of The Jane Austen Book Club follows fiction writer Rima Lanisell as she deals with love, loss, and the intrusions of her fans.   Visit Karen's site

 

Outtakes from a Marriage (Shaye Areheart Books) by Ann Leary . ". . .a  sparkling debut novel…a bittersweet tale about love, marriage, and the perils of fame,” according to PEOPLE  MagazineVisit Ann's site

Promise of the Wolves (Simon & Schuster) by Dorothy Hearst.  Told from the wolf’s point of view, Dorothy Hearst’s Promise of the Wolves transports readers to a world 14,000 years in the past, when the natural world was the only world and humans fought to survive alongside of—and against—wolves. Visit Dorothy's site
 

Before the Storm (Mira) by Diane Chamberlain.  According to PW, “Chamberlain lays out her latest piece of romantic suspense in a shattered chronology that’s as graceful as it is perfectly paced. . . . her engrossing prose leads the way to redemption.”
 Visit Diane's site

Coming Soon...
Against Us (Harmony) by Jim Sciutto.  A behind-the-scenes look at perceptions of the U.S. in the Middle East by Jim Sciutto, ABC News’ Senior Foreign correspondent. "...insightful, captivating and informative...essential reading," says Anthony Shadid, Middle East correspondent for the Washington Post.  Visit Jim's site

Now in Paperback...
The Double Bind (Vintage) by Chris Bohjalian.  Chris Bohjalian's NYT bestselling novel is now available in paperback. Get set for a terrific read with surprising "Sixth Sense"-like twists and turns.  Visit Chris's site


Carved in Sand: When Attention Fails and Memory Fades in Midlife (Harper) by Cathryn Ramin.  Don’t miss Cathryn Jakobson Ramin’s personal tour through the science of forgetfulness in search of a better brain.   Visit Cathryn's site 

The Long Walk Home (Three Rivers) by Will North.  "North's bittersweet, romantic novel has invited some early comparisons with the bestselling work of Nicholas Sparks and Robert James Waller," according to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Visit Will's site
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