Winter Institute and ALA

We’re taking a week-long break from Bookreporter Talks To to bring you something different. The American Bookseller Association’s Winter Institute brings hundreds of booksellers from around the country to one place as a means of networking, educating, and introducing upcoming books. The ALA provides the same opportunity for librarians, which gives it an important role in the ecosystem of publishing. Carol takes a journey to the events and gets authors to share their new novels. Here we’ve got thirteen books you’ll want to keep an eye out for in 2020!

Books discussed in this episode:

The Paris Hours by Alex George
1:47 ; Released May 5, 2020

Broken People by Sam Lansky
3:48 ; Released June 9, 2020

Saint X by Alexis Schaitkin
4:09 ; Released February 18, 2020

Filthy Beasts by Kirkland Hamill
4:46 ; Released July 14, 2020

The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles
6:35 ; Released June 2, 2020

Mother Daughter Widow Wife by Robin Wasserman
7:23 ; Released June 23, 2020

Tiny Imperfections by Alli Frank and Asha Youmans
8:40 ; Released May 5, 2020

The Book of V. by Anna Solomon
9:24 ; Released May 5, 2020

Three Hours in Paris by Cara Black
9:55 ; Released 2020

The Last Flight by Julie Clark
11:31 ; Released June 2, 2020

The Bright Side Sanctuary for Animals by Becky Mandelbaum
12:07 ; Released August 4, 2020

Separation Anxiety by Laura Zigman
13:33 ; Released March 3, 2020


This episode was produced by Austin Ruh


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