We All Looked Up

Congrats Tommy and Sharon!

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Congratulations to Tommy Wallach (Thanks for the Trouble) and Sharon Biggs Waller (The Forbidden Orchid) on their YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults nominations!


Thanks for the Trouble Final CoverCheck out THANKS FOR THE TROUBLE on Goodreads, and order on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Indiebound.

You can also check Tommy’s New York Times best -selling WE ALL LOOKED UP on Goodreads. Order now at Barnes & NobleAmazon, or Indiebound.

 

ForbiddenOrchid_CoverYou can order THE FORBIDDEN ORCHID (Viking Children’s Books) on Amazon, and Barnes & Noble, or check it out on Goodreads.

You can also find Sharon at her website, on Facebook, and on twitter.

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Thanks for the Trouble’s 3rd Starred Review!

Congrats to Tommy Wallach!

From School & Library Journal: “VERDICT A unique and compelling tale. The narrator’s hilariously crass but poignant voice is sure to intrigue even the most reluctant of readers.”

Thanks for the Trouble Final Cover

Check out THANKS FOR THE TROUBLE on Goodreads, and pre-order on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Indiebound.

You can also check out WE ALL LOOKED UP on Goodreads. Order now at Barnes & NobleAmazon, or Indiebound.

Chicago Public Library’s Best of 2015 feat Hannah Moskowitz and Tommy Wallach

cpl-logo-desktop-2.pngSo excited to see Tommy Wallach and Hannah Moskowitz (twice!) on
Chicago Public Libarary’s Best Teen Fiction of 2015 list. They’re in some great company, along with Folio Jr. clients Margo Rabb and Julie Murphy…

 

See the full list here

Win a Ticket to the WE ALL LOOKED UP Release Party at Joe’s Pub!


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WE ALL LOOKED UP drops March 24th. Now you can win a chance to celebrate with author Tommy Wallach at Joe’s Pub in Manhattan on Friday, March 27th. Hobnob with the y.a. literati and see Tommy perform with his band live on stage.

How you can win a free ticket: Between the 24th and noon on the 27th, head on down to your local book store and tweet a picture of yourself with a copy of WE ALL LOOKED UP, and tag it #WeAllSelfie. Best picture wins a ticket and universal admiration and acclaim.

(Just a reminder, Joe’s Pub is 21+, so you gotta be of age to get into *this* end-of-the-world party.)

You can also buy a ticket here. Seating is limited, so click it now!

Check out WE ALL LOOKED UP on Goodreads. Pre-order now at Barnes & NobleAmazon, or Indiebound.

Moskowitz and Wallach on Bustle’s 17 Best of March 2015

Debuting this month are Tommy Wallach’s WE ALL LOOKED UP and Hannah Moskowitz’s NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. So proud to see them both on Bustle’s

17 of March 2015’s Best YA Books!

Check out WE ALL LOOKED UP (Simon & Schuster, March 24th, 2015) on Goodreads. Pre-order now at Barnes & NobleAmazon, or Indiebound.

Check out NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED (Simon Pulse, March 3rd, 2015) on Goodreads and pre-order it at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and Indiebound.

WE ALL LOOKED UP on Indiebound’s Indie Next Top Ten

WALU front cover finalTommy Wallach’s debut has already made some great lists. Proud to announce today he’s also made Indiebound’s Kids’ Indie Next List! And in some great company too.

Check out WE ALL LOOKED UP on Goodreads. Pre-order now at Barnes & NobleAmazon, or Indiebound.

Barnes & Noble’s Most-Anticipated 2015 Debut YAs

This week just keeps getting better. So after Monday’s HuffPo list featuring Tommy Wallach and Courtney Alameda, today Barnes & Noble released its 15 Most-Anticipated YA Debuts of 2015. I’m so happy and proud to have three clients on this list: Mr. Wallach (who just earned himself a Junior Library Guild selection), Ms. Alameda, and also Gina Ciocca, whose debut LAST YEAR’S MISTAKE is coming from Simon Pulse in June.

You can see the list, which features other fantastic titles I’m super eager to read, here:

15 Most-Anticipated YA Debuts of 2015

Check out Gina’s awesome blog and follow her on twitter.

LAST YEAR’S MISTAKE on Goodreads and pre-order at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and Indiebound.

HuffPo’s Most Anticipated YA’s of 2015

What a way to kick off 2015! Very excited to have *two* titles featured on this Huffington Post list! Congrats to Courtney Alameda (SHUTTER, which drops on February 3rd) and Tommy Wallach (WE ALL LOOKED UP, March 31st).

16 Of The Most Anticipated YA Debuts Due Out In The First Half Of 2015

Visit Courtney’s website, follow her on Twitter, and like her on Facebook.

Check out SHUTTER on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, and Goodreads.

WE ALL LOOKED UP on Goodreads. Pre-order now at Barnes & NobleAmazon, or Indiebound.

 

Link Roundup: Words and Music

Cool stuff from some Class of 2015 clients last week:

Rahul Kanakia, whose amazing debut ENTER TITLE HERE is coming from Hyperion in Fall 2015 (think House of Cards meets Gossip Girl. Yeah.) has two new short stories. You can read one right now at the sci-fi and fantasy magazine ClarkesworldSeeking boarder for rm w/ attached bathroom, must be willing to live with ghosts ($500 / Berkeley)

(And if you aren’t following his blog, Blotter-Paper, you should.)

Then check out Tommy Wallach performing “Madeline“, a song from the upcoming “We All Looked Up” album, to accompany his novel of the same name. Both the book and the album come out on March 31, 2015. Subscribe to his channel to see more!

In other news: it’s fall! Hooray!

WE ALL LOOKED UP on Goodreads. Pre-order now at Barnes & NobleAmazon, or Indiebound.

ENTER TITLE HERE on Goodreads

WE ALL LOOKED UP selected for ABA’s Indies Introduce Debut Authors List

IndiesIntroduceDAExciting news from American Booksellers Association last week: Tommy Wallach‘s WE ALL LOOKED UP (Simon & Schuster, March 2015) has been included on their Indies Introduce Debut Authors list!

From ABA’s announcement:

“For the fifth consecutive season, two panels of booksellers from every region of the country have chosen 10 debut adult titles and 10 children’s titles for the Indies Introduce Debut Authors and New Voices promotion. Featured Winter/Spring titles include fiction and nonfiction, middle grade and YA, publishing between January and June 2015.

Tommy WallachThese standout debuts will take readers from the familiar to the exotic, from New York to Paris, from Montana to Pakistan, and to Swedish Lapland in the 1700s. There’s a mystery, an unforgettable boy and dog, unusual chickens, and a first book by an independent bookseller from Mississippi.”
I’m so excited to see WALU (as we call it ’round here) included on this list, especially on the heels of our big film announcement last week. You can add WE ALL LOOKED UP on Goodreads or pre-order it on Barnes & NobleAmazon, or Indiebound. Which you should do.