Jan 11

It’s a preview of some of the books we’re excited about that are coming out in early 2011!

A quick note about the Books on the Nightstand Weekend Retreat. If you are registered as attending, you should have received an email from us earlier this week. If you didn’t, please let us know right away!

Now, onto the Spring 2011 preview:

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  • Anonymous

    Sry; just had to refresh the podcast.

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, it usually takes iTunes a little bit to “see” that we’ve got something new. I can’t fault your enthusiasm!

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  • Totally in the dark about THE BEE-LOUD GLADE, but now am really interested. Thanks!

    • I’m glad it sounds interesting – I hope you enjoy it!

  • Thanks, Ann and Michael, for talking about my book and for inviting me to the retreat. I’m looking forward to it.

  • I’m a Random House Children’s Books author and was surprised to learn that Harper Collins does use winter as a season. It’s the same as RH’s spring. Always learning something new…

  • I’m a Random House Children’s Books author and was surprised to learn that Harper Collins does use winter as a season. It’s the same as RH’s spring. Always learning something new…

  • I’m a Random House Children’s Books author and was surprised to learn that Harper Collins does use winter as a season. It’s the same as RH’s spring. Always learning something new…

  • *sigh* I am on a self-imposed book-buying ban until the retreat and a lot of these books sound wonderful (I did put Clara & Mr.Tiffany on hold at the library).
    Excited about reading a new author, Steve Himmer, and look forward to meeting him at the retreat.

    • Thanks, Suzanne. I look forward to meeting you, too.

  • I have put Clara & Mr. Tiffany on hold at the library because until the retreat I am on a self-imposed book-buying ban. The other books discussed sound great as well, so my will-power is going to be tested over the next few months!

  • Simcha

    Wow, there are some great sounding books here. I laughed out loud while listening to Michael’s description of The Bee-Loud Glade and immediately added it to my wish list.

  • Jana

    Loved the new books podcast. Thanks for all the ideas! One book that I’m SO excited about will be released on March 1st: Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss. I’m not sure if you’ve talked about the first book: The Name of the Wind?? Even though it’s fantasy, it is so good I think it would appeal to everyone. I’m doing my best to get everyone around me reading it and then we’re all going to hear the author at his first book tour stop in my city, Seattle!

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