The tenth edition of Buzz Books captures the excitement of Winter Institute and takes it much further: start off a year of new reading discoveries: excerpts from 40 talked about Buzz Books due to be published in the months ahead. Be among the first to get a taste of new fiction from major bestselling authors including Dennis Lehane, Nora Roberts, The Rosie Project author Graeme Simsion, Karen Dionne, I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You author Courtney Maum’s anticipated follow-up, and Don Winslow’s latest thriller. The new Buzz Books shines a light on 15 promising debuts. Memoirist (Don’t Let’s Go To The Dogs Tonight) Alexandra Fuller’s first fiction joins Laurel Davis Huber’s fictionalized account of The Velveteen Rabbit’s author. Literary reimaginings include Sarah Schmidt looking through the eyes of Lizzie Borden’s troubled sister and Sarah Shoemaker writing from the vantage point of Charlotte Bronte’s Mr. Rochester. Award-winning journalist Omar El Akaad describes the “second” American Civil War in a novel set in 2074. Other debuts span an inspiring range, from dystopian to utopian, from a Norse trilogy about Norway’s first king to a scattered family from Palestine. Among our always fascinating nonfiction, novelist Richard Ford remembers his parents in a memoir; Roxane Gay’s long-awaited Hunger follows her bestselling Bad Feminist; and Kate Moore’s Radium Girls is an expose of pioneering working women, who were poisoned by radium paint in the 1920s. Start reading the bestsellers and big discoveries of tomorrow right now, and then share the bounty: anyone can download this free edition of Buzz Books at all major ebookstores or at buzz.publishersmarketplace.com. For still more pre-publication samples, check out Buzz Books 2017: Young Adult Spring/Summer, also available now, for excerpts from the some of the best of publishing’s hottest genre.
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Buzz Books 2017: Spring/Summer: Exclusive Excerpts from 40 Top New Titles based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Reading Buzz Books is like looking forward to Christmas for me! Except the gifts are in the form of books, making it even better! This is the 2017 Spring/Summer edition. If you've never read one, there are excerpts of up and coming books. This one in particular is fiction, debut fiction, and non fiction. You have the synopsis of book, a chapter except, and a link to request the ARC from NetGalley. I definitely recommend Buzz Books when you are looking for something new to read. As always, there are some books that sound interesting that I've requested and look forward to reading this spring and summer! * I received an ARC from the publisher and NetGalley. This is a voluntary review.
This is such a handy reference to have in hand. It starts off with lists of upcoming books then gives excerpts of new books you may want to consider. The excerpts aren't too long; they don't give away anything but they're enough for you to decide if you like the author's writing style and if the plot or subject sounds interesting to you. I'll continue to ask for these publications as they come out over the year.