Our inaugural volume in the just-the-right-size monthly Buzz Books spinoff for January features Indie Next No. 1 pick Emily Fridlund’s History of Wolves, plus consensus bookseller selection Shanthi Sekaran’s Lucky Boy and Stephanie Garber’s must-read new YA Caraval — and now we’re releasing the next February Buzz Books, which includes an excerpt from the latest Indie Next No. pick Elan Mastai’s All Our Wrong Todays. It also has pre-publication excerpts from Christina Baker Kline’s long-awaited A Piece of the World (inspired by Andrew Wyeth’s famous painting), plus the first in Jeff Giles’ YA series The Edge of Everything and Pam Jenoff’s The Orphan’s Tale. As usual, it also has our essential guide to approximately 200 notable releases of all kinds coming to market in February.
From the posted consumer reviews readers already love the latest twist on our free Buzz Books samplers, and continue to use Buzz to fill their pre-orders and TBR lists. Download it now for free (at Amazon, iBooks and Google Play, or get it from NetGalley where it’s a Spotlight Pick) share it with your reader communities to help build buzz for all of publishing in February. Thanks again to all of our publishing and promotional partners, including the team at Ingram Core Source. And we’ll back soon to unveil the big new spring/summer Buzz Books collections in time for Winter Institute.