Pulitzer Prize–winning columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. will sign 200 copies of his third novel, Grant Park.
On offer will be 500 galleys of each of three titles: B.A. Shapiro’s The Muralist, Jonathan Evison’s This Is Your Life Harriet Chance!, and Ron Childress’s And West Is West.
The major giveaway here will be 600 galleys of Vince Flynn’s Survivor, which was finished by author Kyle Mills after Flynn’s death in 2013.
There will be 200 galleys of Speed Kings: The 1932 Winter Olympics and the Fastest Men in the World by Andy Bull.
Three authors will sign 200 galleys each of We Never Asked for Wings by Vanessa Diffenbaugh, Playing with Fire by Tess Gerritsen, and Circling the Sun by Paula McLain.
Kathy Reichs will sign 200 galleys of Speaking in Bones, her latest Temperance Brennan suspense novel.
Giveaways here will include 200 each of War of Two by John Sedgwick; The Gilded Hour by Sara Donati; Secret Sisters by Ann Krentz; and The Day Shift by Charlaine Harris.
William Boyd will sign 800 galleys of Sweet Caress, and Susan Abulhawa will sign 500 galleys of her novel The Blue Between Sky and Water, about a displaced Palestinian family.
On offer will be 200 galleys of My Year of Running Dangerously by CNN correspondent Tom Foreman, who went from couch potato to ultra-marthon runner, and Do I Have to Say Hello: Aunt Delia’s Manners Quiz for Kids and Grown-Ups by Delia Ephron and Edward Koren, back in print 25 years after its initial publication.
The publisher will give away 200 galleys each of Diva Rules by Michelle Visage and Drinking the Devil’s Acre by Duggan McDonnell.
Two hundred finished copies of Freedom’s Child by Jax Miller will be available, along with 200 galleys of Avenue of Spies by Alex Kershaw, a true story of Nazi resistance in Paris, and 200 galleys of Robin Kerman’s debut, Bradstreet Gate, a coming-of-age novel that follows the aftermath of the murder of three Ivy League students.
Available here: 50 galleys each of The Prize, Jill Bialosky's new novel about a struggling marriage; Our Town, a debut novel by Kevin Jack McEnroe set in Los Angeles; Goddess of Love Incarnate: The Life of Stripteuse Lili St. Cyr by Leslie Zemeckis, the biography of a one-time queen of Burlesque.
The publisher will offer 150 galleys of White Eskimo by Stephen Bown, a biography of explorer Knud Rasmussen, and 100 of Henry Clay by Harlow Giles Unger.
Annie Barrows will sign 200 galleys of The Truth According to Us, a novel set in Virginia that involves a prominent family with a secret.
Available here will be 250 galleys of The Sociology Book, part of the publisher’s Big Ideas Simply Explained series. This one profiles world-renowned sociologists and their theories.
The publisher will be giving away 200 galleys of Janice Kaplan’s The Gratitude Diaries and 200 of The Courtesan by Alexandra Curry, a debut novel about Sai Jinhua of the Qing dynasty.
There are four major galley giveaways here: Patrick deWitt’s Undermajordomo Minor (100 galleys); The Girl from the Garden by Parnaz Foroutan, a debut novel about a wealthy Persian Jewish family in early 20th- century Iran (100 galleys); Above the Waterfall by Ron Rash (200 galleys); and The Lost Landscape: A Writer’s Coming of Age, Joyce Carol Oates’s memoir of her girlhood (100 galleys).
The big giveaway here is 300 copies of Elena Ferrante’s The Story of the Lost Child, the much-anticipated fourth (and supposedly final) installment of her Neapolitan novels. Also available are 150 copies of Animals by Emma Jane Unsworth. Jennifer Tseng will sign Mayumi and the Sea of Happiness, and Chantel Acevedo will sign The Distant Marvels (60 galleys each).
Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Jonathan Franzen’s new novel Purity will be a must-get galley, with 200 copies available. Also for giveaway: 200 copies of H.S. Cross’s debut novel, Wilberforce. In addition, Sloane Crosley will sign 100 copies of The Clasp.
The publisher will offer 100 copies each of The Lufthansa Heist by Daniel Simone and Henry Hill, and The Dog Merchants, with an in-booth signing by Kim Kavin (and her dogs)!
Available for giveaway: 50 galleys of The Phantom Punch by Robert Sneddon.
Stacks of galleys include 750 copies of Oscar Hijuelos’s Twain and Stanley Enter Paradise, and three other titles with print runs in the hundreds of thousands: Killing Monica by Candace Bushnell (500 galleys), The Three-Year Swim Club by Julie Checkoway (450 galleys), and Second Chance Summer by Jill Shalvis (100 galleys).
One hundred galleys will be available of the Man Booker–longlisted novel The Wake by Paul Kingsnorth, a postapocalyptic novel set 1,000 years in the past.
This publisher has star power: actor Jesse Eisenberg will sign his debut book, the story collection Bream Gives Me Hiccups (400 copies) and National Book Award winner Lily Tuck, signing her new novel, The Double Life of Liliane (300 copies).
Giveaways here include Captain in Calico by George MacDonald Fraser, and The Dead Student by John Katezenbach (150 each).
On offer will be 350 copies of a debut novel by New York Times reporter Jonathan Weisman, No. 4 Imperial Lane, about an American in Thatcher’s England.
Mitch Albom will sign 200 galleys of The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto. Giveaways include 100 copies of Mary Karr’s The Art of Memoir and 100 copies of The Art of Crash Landing by Melissa DeCarlo, and Adriana Trigiani is appearing with 100 excerpt galleys of All the Stars in the Heavens.
For giveaway here: 200 galleys each of Lawrence Osborne’s novel Hunters in the Dark and Jeanette Winterson’s The Gap of Time, the debut title of the Shakespeare series, an international project that has the bard’s plays retold by novelists for a 21st-century audience (Winterson does The Winter’s Tale).
For Keep Calm, a debut thriller by Michael Binder, the publisher is giving away 200 galleys, along with 200 galleys of Tenacity by J.S. Law.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Piles of galleys include 1,000 for Girl Waits with Gun, bestselling nonfiction author Amy Stewart’s debut novel; Deep South: Four Seasons on Back Roads by Paul Theroux; and Clare Clar’s novel We That Are Left, which covers WWI through the eyes of two privileged sisters who must cope with a changed world.
There will be 300 finished copies of Life Is Short (No Pun Intended) by Jennifer Arnold, and 300 galleys of Reba Riley’s memoir, Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome.
One big giveaway here: 700 copies of City on Fire by Garth Risk Hallberg. The author will sign 200 galleys, with an additional 500 available.
Stacks of galleys will include 1,000 of Sunil Yapa’s Your Heart Is a Muscle the Size of a Fist, from new imprint Lee Boudreaux Books, and two James Patterson titles: 500 of Alert, the next in the Michael Bennett series, and 250 of Cross Justice. Also on offer will be 500 each of Early One Morning by Virginia Baily, Cleopatra’s Shadows by Emily Holleman, and The Killing Kind (Mulholland) by Chris Holm, with all three authors on hand to sign copies.
Giveaways will include 200 galleys each of I Regret Nothing by Jen Lancaster and The Cinder Spires: The Aeronaut’s Windlass, Jim Butcher’s steampunk fantasy.
The big giveaway here will be 500 galleys of Mothers Tell Your Daughters, Bonnie Jo Campbell’s collection of darkly funny stories, along with 500 galleys of Crack 99: The Takedown of a $100 Million Chinese Software Pirate by David Locke Hall.
Nine titles for giveaway from this publisher will include 150 galleys each of Bruce Bauman’s Broken Sleep and Tightrope by Simon Mawer.
Available for giveaway will be 200 galleys of Hesitation Wounds by Amy Koppelman.
Available here will be 200 galleys each of A Dictionary of Mutual Understanding by Jackie Copelan, Love in Lowercase by Fran Miralles, Last Night’s Reading by Kate Gavino, Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng, and The Hundred-Year House by Rebecca Makkai.
Artist and author Maira Kalman will sign 200 galleys of Beloved Dog. Also available will be 200 galleys each of Eileen by Ottessa Moshfegh, a novel of a strange crime and a boy’s prison outside of Boston in the early 1960s; The Portable Veblen, a comic novel by New Yorker contributor Elizabeth McKenzie; and Superbetter, Jane McGonigal’s life plan.
Brian Kilmeade will sign 200 copies of his pop history narrative Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates.
The publisher will give away 200 galleys each of the novels A Poet of the Invisible World by Michael Golding and The Last Pilot by Benjamin Johncock.
Giveaways available here will include 200 galleys each of The Song of Hartgrove Hall by Natasha Solomons and The Magician’s Land, the conclusion to Lev Grossman’s Magician’s Trilogy.
Big numbers from this publisher: giveaways will include 1,500 galleys each of The Guise of Another by Allen Eskens and Hollow Man by Mark Pryor.
On offer will be 200 galleys each of The Gates of Evangeline by Hester Young and Come Rain or Come Shine, Jan Karon’s new Mitford novel.
On offer here will be 200 galleys each of Fortune Smiles by Pulitzer winner Adam Johnson and My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem.
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Two authors will sign 200 galleys each: Brene Brown, with Rising Strong, and Ta-Nehisi Coates, with Between the World and Me.
The publisher will give away 600 galleys each of Max Wirestone’s debut novel, The Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss, about online gaming, murder, and a treasure hunt, and Vaseem Khan’s mystery novel The Unexpected Inheritnce of Inspector Chopra. And from Orbit: 300 giveaways of Lila Bowen’s fantasy, Wake of Vultures.
Available here will be 200 galleys of Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic (announced first print run of 500,000 copies), in which the author shares her knowledge and insights into the nature of creativity and inspiration. Lauren Groff will sign 200 galleys of her novel Fates and Furies, tackling creativity, as well as marriage and art.
There will be 200 galleys of the memoir No Baggage: A Minimalist Tale of Love and Wandering by Clara Bensen and 150 of Choose Your Own Love Story by Ilyse Mimoun.
Galleys on offer will include Mary-Louise Parker’s Dear Mr. You, a collection of letters to the men who have been important in her life (300 copies).
Simon & Schuster
Giveaways here will include 300 galleys of Alice Hoffman’s historical novel The Marriage of Opposites and 200 of Glamour books editor Elisabeth Egan’s debut, A Window Opens.
On offer here will be 300 galleys of Twain’s End by Lynn Cullen, a fictionalized imagining of the personal life of Mark Twain.
Simon & Schuster’s new literary imprint will give away 300 galleys of Bill Clegg’s debut novel, Did You Ever Have a Family, the title that launched the imprint.
Available for giveaway here will be 300 galleys of British writer Susan Barker’s Incarnations, a novel that takes place over 1,000 years in China.
Galleys for giveaway will include 200 of the following titles: In Short Measures: Three Novellas by Michael Ruhlman, A Bright Moon for Fools by Jasper Gibson, and Sleepwalker by Kathleen Frazier.
For giveaway: Calf, a debut novel by Andrea Kleine that reimagines two high-profile events from the 1980’s and Massive Pissed Love: Nonfiction 2001-2014, a collection of Richard Hell's ruminations on art, literature, and music (50 galleys of each).
Galleys available for giveaway will include Fail, Fail Again, Fail Better by Pema Chodron (300 copies) and Inside the Miracle by Mark Nepo (200).
The big giveaway here: 500 galleys of Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend, Katarina Bivald’s debut, and 200 finished copies of Charles Belfoure’s The Paris Architect, with 250 galleys of his latest novel, House of Thieves.
The publisher’s big debut author, Stephanie Clifford, will be on hand with 400 galleys of her novel Everybody Rise.
Available for giveaway will be 150 each of the novels The Tears of Dark Water by Corbin Addison and The Newsmakers, the first book in a new series by Fox News legal analyst Lis Wiehl.
The publisher will give away 200 galleys of U.K. author Adam Christopher’s ode to Raymond Chandler, Made to Kill.
Pulitzer Prize–winning author Geraldine Brooks will sign 200 copies of her new novel about the life of King David, The Secret Chord, and the publisher will also give away 200 galleys of The Expatriates, the new novel from Janice Y.K. Lee.
J. Ryan Stradal will sign 200 galleys of his debut novel, Kitchens of the Great Midwest, about a young woman who becomes a famous chef.
The publisher will offer 200 galleys of Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game by Jon Birger.