Archive for October, 2018

YA/MG October GalleyChat Titles

Monday, October 29th, 2018

A full list of titles from October’s chat is available here  #ewgcya 10/23/18,

Join us for the next YA/MG GalleyChat, on Wednesday, Nov. 28th, 2:30-3:30 ET. Set your alarms and bring a friend!

October GalleyChat Roundup

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

Click below to view the titles discussed during the October GalleyChat:

Oct GalleyChat, titles — downloadable spreadsheet, with info. on DRCs available through Edelweiss and/or NetGalley. We’ve noted the most significant comments. To read the full tweets for each title, search Twitter using #ewgc and the title of the book. We’ve also included a column noting due dates for LibraryReads nominations. Note that the deadlines have recently changed. The next one is Dec. 1st for Dec/Jan titles. Please give special attention to the titles listed as “Diversity.” Also, please take a look at our continually updated list of Diversity Titles, Upcoming, for LibraryReads Consideration

— Edelweiss catalog —  Good for browsing covers, but does not include some of the information on the spreadsheet (eg comments and LibraryReads deadlines).

NOTE: HarperCollins Library Marketing tipped their hat early about two of their favorite summer titles during this chat, The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna by Juliet Grimes (more on it from HarperCollins LibraryLoveFest here and from the author here) and The Gone Dead by Chanelle Benz. Galleys are not available yet, but you can sign up for print and/or eGalleys here.

Attention: Psychological Suspense Fans

GalleyChat’s psych suspense maven is Robin Beerbower. She alerted us to titles like The Girl On The Train, Woman In The Window long before they developed long holds lists. An early herald of the genre that has now overcrowded, so much so that her list of 2018 titles on GoodReads Listopia is so long that she had break it into two parts, here and here.

So, of course we want to know what’s on her 2019 TBR pile. She says she can’t wait to read the following:

The Night Before, Wendy Walker, Macmillan/St. Martin’s, May 14, 2019; DRC, NetGalley — “Already hearing great things about it. It’s next my TBR psych/suspense pile, followed closely by …”


The Favorite Daughter, Kaira Rouda, Harlequin/Graydon House, May 22, 2019; DRC, NetGalley

The Woman Inside, E. G.Scott, PRH/Penguin Dutton, Jan 22, 2019; DRC Edelweiss, NetGalley

Beautiful Bad, Annie Ward, Harlequin/Park Row, March 18, 2019; DRC Edelweiss, NetGalley


My Lovely Wife, Samantha Downing, PRH/Penguin Berkley, March 26. 2019; DRC, Edelweiss

The Suspect, Fiona Barton, PRH/Penguin Berkley, Jan 22, 2019; DRC Edelweiss, NetGalley

Watching You, Lisa Jewell, S&S/Atria Books, Dec. 25, 2018 (right, this is technically a 2018 title, but it’s SO close, we’ll count it); DRC, Edelweiss,NetGalley

At our request, Robin’s begun a new GoodReads list for 2019 titles.