There will be 75 galleys of The Ziggy Marley and Family Cookbook: Whole, Organic Ingredients and Delicious Meals from the Marley Kitchen.
On offer will be 500 galleys of each of three titles: Gayle Forman’s Leave Me, Caroline Leavitt’s Cruel Beautiful World, and Susan Rivers’s The Second Mrs. Hockaday.
Signing 125 galleys each will be Catherine McKenzie for Fractured and Allison Winn Scotch for In Twenty Years.
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Marcia Clark will sign 200 finished copies of Blood Defense, the first in her new Samantha Brinkman series. Robert Dugoni will sign 125 finished copies of In the Clearing.
Thomas Mullen will sign 100 copies of Darktown, his Buzz Panel book, at the S&S booth, and an additional 300 galleys will be at the panel. The publisher will also bring 300 galleys of Ezekiel Boone’s The Hatching.
Three authors will sign 200 galleys each at the Penguin Random House booth: Emily Giffin for First Comes Love, Jodi Picoult for Small Great Things, and Justin Cronin for City of Mirrors, the conclusion of the Passage trilogy.
Up for grabs will be 150 copies each of Tyler Nordgren’s Sun Moon Earth: The History of Solar Eclipses from Omens of Doom to Einstein and Exoplanets and Benjamin K. Bergen’s What the F: What Swearing Reveals About Our Language, Our Brains, and Ourselves.
Christine Sneed will sign 150 galleys of her new collection, The Virginity of Famous Men. The publisher will also have on hand Ross King’s Mad Enchantment: Claude Monet and the Painting of the Water Lilies (500 galleys), Kate Saunders’s The Secrets of Wishtide (400 galleys), and John Pipkin’s The Blind Astronomer’s Daughter (200 galleys).
There will be 200 galleys of Little Nothing, the latest novel from Marisa Silver, bestselling author of Mary Coin.
The new novel from Giller Prize–winner André Alexis, The Hidden Keys, will be available for giveaway (200 galleys).
Appearing at the show is author Gina Frangello, who will sign 50 copies of her new novel, Every Kind of Wanting.
Two hundred galleys of Eimear McBride’s The Lesser Bohemians, her first novel since winning the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction, will be available. Two novelists on hand for booth signings of 200 galleys each are Blake Crouch for Dark Matter and Brunonia Barry for The Fifth Petal. Also provided will be 200 galleys of Tara Clancy’s The Clancys of Queens, Derek Palacio’s The Mortifications, and Carol Burnett’s In Such Good Company: Eleven Years of Laughter, Mayhem, and Fun in the Sandbox.
Da Capo Lifelong
The publisher will bring more than 100 galleys each of I Wish My Teacher Knew: How One Question Can Change Everything for Our Kids by Kyle Schwartz and Fire in My Eyes: An American’s Journey from Being Blinded on the Battlefield to Gold Medal Victory by Brad Snyder.
In addition to the 1,000 galleys given at his author breakfast, Colson Whitehead will sign 200 copies of his newest novel, The Underground Railroad, at the Penguin Random House booth. Also signing 200 galleys at the booth is Candice Millard for Hero of the Empire: The Boer War, a Daring Escape, and the Making of Winston Churchill.
Two hundred galleys will be on hand for Jennifer Chiaverini’s novel, Fates and Traitors, and for Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s memoir, Textbook Amy Krouse Rosenthal. Rosenthal will also be signing at the booth.
Five hundred galleys of Anthony Bourdain’s first cookbook in more than 10 years, Appetites, will be available. For his thriller Brighton, Michael Harvey will sign 100 galleys. With 150 galleys each, T.C. Boyle’s latest novel, The Terranauts, and Io Tillett Wright’s memoir, Darling Days, will be available, and the publisher will also bring 200 galleys of Jessie Burton’s The Muse.
Alexandre Vidal Porto will be present to sign 150 finished copies of Sergio Y, his novel. There will be 150 galleys each available of Alexander Maksik’s Shelter in Place, Joan London’s The Golden Age, and Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt’s The Carousel of Desire.
Two hundred and fifty galleys each will be on hand for Sixty by Ian Brown and A Woman on the Edge of Time by Jeremy Gavron.
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Jonathan Safran Foer will sign 300 galleys of his new novel, Here I Am. Also available are 200 galleys of Steven Price’s novel By Gaslight and 200 finished copies of Lian Hearn’s Emperor of the Eight Islands, the first book in his Tale of Shikanoko series.
Five authors will be signing: Noah Hawley for Before the Fall (300 copies), Robert Hicks for The Orphan Mother (425 copies), Min Jin Lee for Pachinko (425 copies), Brad Meltzer for The House of Secrets (350 copies), and Kimberla Lawson Roby for A Sinful Calling (250 copies). The publisher will also have on hand Jessi Klein’s You’ll Grow Out of It (400 copies) and Melanie Raabe’s The Trap (300 copies).
Belle Boggs, author of The Art of Waiting, will sign 125 galleys. The publisher will also have 75 galleys each of Anuradha Roy’s Sleeping on Jupiter, Angela Palm’s Riverine, and David Szalay’s All That Man Is.
Three authors will be available for signings: Buzz Panel author Emily Fridlund will sign 500 galleys for History of Wolves; Pulitzer Prize–winner Robert Olen Butler will sign 500 galleys of his new novel, Perfume River; and John Freeman will sign 250 copies of his new anthology, Freeman’s: Family. The publisher will also have 500 galleys of Rabih Alameddine’s Angel of History and 300 galleys of Patrick Hoffman’s Every Man a Menace.
Available for giveaway will be 300 galleys each of Love Warrior by Glennon Doyle Melton and The Guineveres by Sarah Domet.
Buzz Panel author Emma Flint will sign 500 galleys of Little Deaths, her novel. The publisher will also bring 500 copies of Indestructible by John R. Bruning.
A number of Harlequin authors will be in attendance, including the following, each signing 100 copies: Robyn Carr for Four Friends, Mary Kubica for Don’t You Cry, Jodi Thomas for Lone Heart Pass, Lori Foster for Don’t Tempt Me, and Brenda Novak for The Secrets She Keeps.
Ann Patchett’s newest novel, Commonwealth, will be available (150 copies). Also on hand are 100 copies each of Margot Livesey’s Mercury and Helen Sedgwick’s The Comet Seekers.
Not Just Jane by Shelley DeWees (100 copies) will be available for giveaway.
The publisher will have 200 galleys of I Will Send Rain, the new novel from Rae Meadows.
There will be 300 copies of Believing in Magic by Cookie Johnson and 200 copies of Counting the Days While My Mind Slips Away by Ben Utecht.
There will be 1,000 galleys on hand of the Swedish romance novel All In by Simona Ahrnstedt.
Eight hundred copies of The Nix (a Buzz Panel novel) by Nathan Hill will be given away via the panel, booth signing, and booth giveaways. Jennifer Close will be signing 200 copies of The Hopefuls, her novel. The publisher will also bring 200 copies each of Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen and Bright, Precious Days by Jay McInerney.
Authors appearing include Elin Hilderbrand for Here’s to Us (500 galleys), Michael Koryta for Rise the Dark (200 galleys), and Beth Macy for Truevine (500 galleys). The publisher will also have 300 galleys of The Wonder by Emma Donoghue and 750 galleys of Invincible Summer, the debut novel by Alice Adams, along with two by James Patterson, Woman of God (500 galleys) and Cross Kill (150 galleys).
Affinity Konar will sign 500 galleys of Mischling, her novel.
Joe Ide will sign 200 galleys of his debut novel, IQ.
The publisher will bring 200 copies each of Charlaine Harris’s All the Little Liars and Andrew Gross’s The One Man. Louise Penny will sign 100 copies of A Great Reckoning.
Four hundred copies will be available for both Patrick Phillips’s Blood at the Root: A Racial Cleansing of America and Ann Hood’s The Book That Matters Most.
Alan Moore’s novel Jerusalem (250 galleys) will be available, as will Marcy Dermansky’s The Red Car (150 galleys). And Winston Groom will sign 400 galleys of El Paso.
The publisher will bring 200 galleys of Lauren Collins’s memoir, When in French: Love in a Second Language.
Two hundred copies each will be available of Alexander Weinstein’s Children of the New World and Keith Donohue’s The Motion of Puppets.
Available for giveaway will be 200 galleys of Shanthi Sekaran’s novel Lucky Boy.
The following authors will sign 200 copies each of their respective novels: George Saunders for Lincoln in the Bardo, Emma Cline for The Girls, and Graham Moore for The Last Days of Night. The publisher will also give away 200 copies of The Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson and Victoria: The Queen by Julia Baird.
Eight hundred galleys of Hollie Overton’s Baby Doll will be available.
Buzz Panel author Brit Bennett will be on hand to sign her debut novel, The Mothers (450 copies). The publisher will also have 200 copies of Reputations by Juan Gabriel Vásquez.
The publisher will bring 200 galleys of Trying to Float: Coming of Age in the Chelsea Hotel by Nicolaia Rips.
Simon & Schuster
Three hundred finished copies will be provided for Chris Cleave’s signing of his latest novel, Everyone Brave Is Forgiven. Also for giveaway will be 300 galleys of Wolf Boys: Two American Teenagers and Mexico’s Most Dangerous Drug Cartel by Dan Slater and Faithful by Alice Hoffman.
Available for giveaway will be 300 galleys of Irena’s Children by Tilar Mazzeo.
The publisher will bring 300 copies each of Iain Reid’s I’m Thinking of Ending Things and Ruth Ware’s The Woman in Cabin 10.
Three hundred galleys each will be available of Die Young with Me by Rob Rufus and Please Enjoy Your Happiness by Paul Brinkley-Rogers.
Galleys up for giveaway include Kicking Sick: Your Go-To Guide for Thriving with Chronic Health Conditions by Amy Kurtz (150 copies), The Science of Enlightenment: How Meditation Works by Shinzen Young (100 copies), The Way of Rest: Finding the Courage to Hold Everything in Love by Jeff Foster (100 copies), and A Crooked Smile: A Memoir by Terri Tate (100 copies).
Ten titles for giveaway will include The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict (who will attend, along with 350 copies), Two Days Gone by Randall Silvis (500 copies), and Girl in Disguise by Greer Macallister (250 copies).
Among the seven titles for giveaway will be Warp by Lev Grossman (200 copies), All Is Not Forgotten by Wendy Walker (200 copies), One with You by Sylvia Day (who will attend to sign 300 finished copies), The Next by Stephanie Gangi (200 copies), and The Invisible Life of Ivan Isaenko by Scott Stambach (200 copies).
Katherine Reay will sign 75 galleys of her upcoming novel, A Portrait of Emily Price.
The publisher will have 150 galleys for both Panacea by F. Paul Wilson and The Rising by Heather Graham and Jon Land.
Loren D. Estleman will sign 100 finished copies of his mystery novel Shoot.
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Up for grabs is National Book Award–finalist Alice Kaplan’s Looking for The Stranger: Camus and the Life of a Literary Classic, a biography of one of the 20th century’s most influential books.
Univ. of Minnesota
Michael Schumacher will be present to sign 200 copies of his new book, Torn in Two: The Sinking of the Daniel J. Morrell and One Man’s Survival on the Open Sea.
Amor Towles, author of Rules of Civility, will sign 200 galleys of his newest novel, A Gentleman in Moscow, and an additional 200 galleys will be offered for giveaway.
Available for giveaway will be 200 galleys of Carolyn Parkhurst’s novel Harmony.
Little Jewel (50 copies) by Nobel-winner Patrick Modiano will be available. The publisher will also bring 200 copies of Play All: A Bingewatcher’s Notebook by Clive James.