LitLinks for Sep. 13, 2019
Another week, another interview with an author who’s releasing a new book.
This week, Gilly Macmillan stopped by Bidwell Hollow. Her novel, The Nanny, went on sale in the U.S. and Canada on Tuesday.
And the Poetry Foundation is launching a poetry video series. Here’s the story about Ours Poetica.
The best book lists for the week are below. And, if you’re not yet getting the Bidwell Hollow newsletter, you can sign up here. Each issue gives you that week’s blog posts and a featured poem.
May your weekend be filled with rest and reading!
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Book Lists for September
- The Millions most anticipated books of the month
- Must-read poetry for September according to The Millions
Fall Book Lists
- 18 books from Indie publishers to read this fall
- Best audiobooks for fall 2019
- O, The Oprah Magazine’s 18 must-reads for fall
- Fall’s 50 YA paperbacks
All the Rest Book Lists
- An expat’s five favorite books about expat life
- 8 books being turned into movies
- Must-read books by Margaret Atwood
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Thank you so much for the link to the 18 Indie publishers books. These books never get the shout outs that large publishing houses can provide so they remain obscure until someone like you provides us with a link. I have already ordered one of the books listed to add to my toppling TBR stack.
Nicholas E. Barron
That’s so great, Leslie! I agree. Indie and small press publishers deserve more attention. While I don’t exclude any publishers or authors, I do try to highlight the independents and underdogs as often as possible. Thanks for your comment and support!