AdBiblio Case Study: The Great Godden from Candlewick

Take a gorgeous beach locale, toss in some family drama with a bit of romance and betrayal, and you’ve got yourself the perfect vacation read. The Great Godden by bestselling, award-winning author Meg Rosoff checks all the boxes. We loved helping Candlewick spread the word about this “taut page-turner” (People).

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AdBiblio Case Study: The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires from Quirk Books

I’m a complete sucker (get it?) for book club stories. Especially ones with badass heroines who are fighting off evil. Sure, it’s not exactly The Jane Austen Book Club, but The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix is the perfect read for those seeking a fun, dark, gory, blood-sucking book club pick. We loved helping Quirk Books spread the word about this award winning horror novel – now available in paperback!

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AdBiblio Case Study: Gilded Age Cocktails from NYU Press

During the Gilded Age (the period after Reconstruction – which I actually remember from my 8th grade social studies class), America became more prosperous and saw unprecedented growth in industry and technology. Which is great and all, but did you also know it was the golden age of cocktails? They didn’t teach that in history class! We were thrilled to pour ourselves a drink and help NYU Press share more about Cecelia Tichi’s Gilded Age Cocktails: History, Lore, and Recipes from America’s Golden Age!

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AdBiblio Case Study: Libertie from Algonquin Books

Are you looking for your next book club read? Look no further! Picked up by Roxane Gay’s Audacious Book Club, the Well-Read Black Girl Book Club, and more, Libertie by Kaitlyn Greenidge is a must-read historical novel that’s inspired by the life of one of the first Black female doctors in the United States. It was a privilege to help Algonquin Books spread the word about this exceptional book.

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AdBiblio Case Study: Girlhood from Bloomsbury

If you look glance through the reviews for Girlhood by Melissa Febos, you’ll see praise after praise – and for good reason. Febos’s deep dive into the female experience is a true gift for all readers, and might even be considered required reading by some! We loved helping Bloomsbury spread the word about this powerful essay collection.

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AdBiblio Case Study: Let’s Get Back to the Party from Algonquin Books

There’s a ton of praise happening for Zak Salih’s Let’s Get Back to the Party, and for good reason! In fact, I’m blown away that this is his first novel. The characters will draw you in and keep you reading for hours on end (our favorite kind of party!) We were thrilled to share this powerhouse of a debut with the world!

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AdBiblio Case Study: 42 Today from NYU Press

Baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson once said, “A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.” In 42 Today: Jackie Robinson and His Legacy, we get an in depth look at the important life of Robinson himself, both on and off the field. We were thrilled to help NYU Press spread the word about this essay compilation exploring the legendary baseball icon!

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AdBiblio Case Study: Wolfboy from Bloomsbury

Sure, children’s books are for children – but let’s be honest, us adults love them too! And it’s been a while since I could relate to a kids’ book as much as I could to Wolfboy by Andy Harkness. Why? Because it’s about something all of us deal with from time to time (or, for me –most days) –– being HANGRY. We loved helping Bloomsbury spread the word about this little wolf on the search for a snack!

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AdBiblio Case Study: Revenge of the Sluts from Wattpad

The Slut Squad is fighting back!

In the age of digital privacy and the #metoo movement, Revenge of the Sluts is the book that the world needs right now. With more than 406,000 reads on Wattpad, it’s no surprise that Natalie Walton’s debut is an addictive story that will have readers rooting for the “Slut Squad”. We were thrilled to help Wattpad spread the word about this feminist YA novel!

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