He will not sign you up, unless (after reviewing your sample) you ask to be added to the distribution list!
Workman Publishing is pleased to be
a charter supporter of Library Reads!
We love the idea that all library employees, not just
It reminds me of a visit to my granddaughter’s school,
They looked something like “Miss Hammerstein is reading P.S.
Even the janitor had a sign on his door.
It let students know that everyone in the school, not just their
teachers, was reading a book.
To further support Library Reads, we’ll be posting widgets for
NetGalley ARCs. Below, you’ll find some that currently have us
excited. Please don’t hesitate to ask…We’ll approve you, post-
Don’t read on your computer? Just shoot me an e-mail. We’ll get a
hardcopy out to you, as soon as it’s available.
Of course, we’re not forgetting current
Haven’t read it, yet? Just let me know,
I’ve got a few here, burning a hole in my
Click on LibraryReads program, for more on the program
from the redoubtable Heather McCormick, at 3M.
It wouldn’t hurt to subscribe to her blog, either. Trust me, you’ll like
Now, as promised, click on the titles to register for an
account or sign-in for Netgalley widgets. We’re happy to
authorize any requests placed through Edelweiss, too!
The Explanation for Everything by Lauren
Remember her first Algonquin novel, A FRIEND
That one came out of nowhere, to surprise us all.
Upon getting the Algonquin catalogue for fall, one library director
sent me an e-mail, just saying , “When can I have her, again?”
Survival Lessons by Alice Hoffman
Leaving the fiction world, to venture into
As she says, “We’re all survivors.”
On this title, I actually have a few finished copies.
If you’d prefer that to an e-galley, let me know.
Somebody Up There Hates You by Hollis
As you all probably know by now, this is my
Here’s a delightful and informative video about New York’s
10 Tiny libraries…
And, to close, giant books in front of a library in France...
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