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The Lineup: Weekly Links

Feb 27, 2014 in Weekly links

This week we welcome Richard Montanari’s THE STOLEN ONES and Michael Marshall’s WE ARE HERE to the Mulholland Books family! Michael Marshall’s WE ARE HERE was selected as a Publishers Weekly Pick of the Week, and Marshall’s newest was the subject of great UK reviews, including a rave in the Guardian review which praised the novel as a […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

Jan 31, 2014 in Books, Mulholland Authors, Weekly links

C.J. Sansom‘s DOMINION hit bookshelves all across the country this week! A highly acclaimed, #1 internationally bestselling alternative history thriller of what might have been had Churchill never become Prime Minister, Sansom’s newest has popped up all sorts of places in the past few days. Stephen King kicked things off with a pair of earnest and […]

The Lineup: Links for J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst’s S., Part II

Nov 22, 2013 in Mulholland Authors, Weekly links

In the weeks since its October publication, the hits have just kept coming for S., created by J.J. Abrams and written by Doug Dorst. J.J was on PBS in an amazing, extensive interview with Tavis Smiley that you can watch right here, in which J.J. finally lays out some of the groundwork of the many […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links, Lost Girls of Rome edition

Nov 19, 2013 in Mulholland Authors, Weekly links

Happy publication day to Donato Carrisi’s THE LOST GIRLS OF ROME! Following in the footsteps of the “brilliant” (Ken Follett) debut THE WHISPERER, but with a vibrant international setting, Carrisi’s second thriller has been receiving great press. THE LOST GIRLS OF ROME was named a Publishers Weekly Pick of the Week and is included in a round-up […]

The Lineup: Links for J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst’s S.

Oct 29, 2013 in Guest Posts, Weekly links

The day has come! At long last, S., conceived by J.J Abrams and written by Doug Dorst, is in bookstores across the country and we can finally start spreading the word about just what Abrams and Dorst have unleashed on the world. News about Abrams’ and Dorst’s novel has spread far and wide. CBS News […]

The Lineup: Links for Joe R. Lansdale’s The Thicket

Sep 13, 2013 in Mulholland News, Weekly links

Joe R. Lansdale’s THE THICKET kicks off our Fall 2013 season this week, and the coverage of Joe’s newest has been absolutely astounding. Kirkus gave THE THICKET a rave review, praising Lansdale’s newest as “alternately violent and tender, with a gently legendary quality that makes this tall tale just about perfect.”  Publishers Weekly called the book “satisfying” and […]

Weekly Links: Weaponized Edition, Part II

Aug 02, 2013 in Mulholland Authors, Weekly links

What better way to cap off a great launch week than with a roundup of the fantastic features and amazing content to date for Nicholas Mennuti and David Guggenheim’s Weaponized? Us Weekly included Weaponized on its Buzz-o-meter of the top five things that have them talking this week! And US Weekly isn’t the only one talking—on […]

The Lineup: You by Austin Grossman Edition

Apr 19, 2013 in Mulholland Authors, Weekly links

Austin Grossman has been all over the ‘net this past week to celebrate the publication of YOU, his new novel of mystery, videogames, and the people who create them. Check out Austin’s photo essay “Seven Myths about Videogames and the Seven Games that Prove them Wrong” on Huffington Post for Austin’s picks on some of the […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links, Hit Me Edition

Feb 25, 2013 in Weekly links

Lawrence Block’s instant New York Times bestseller HIT ME has only been out for a handful of weeks, but the coverage has been extensive–perhaps in part because it very well may be Larry last novel ever. Lawrence Block discusses the future of his career and his latest book in a profile for the New York Daily News. Don’t miss it. […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

Jan 16, 2013 in Weekly links

The Oscar race kicks in to high gear now that the Golden Globe winners have been announced. So who’s your dog in the race? Argo? Zero Dark Thirty? Les Mis? Cory Doctorow has a moving remembrance of Internet pioneer Aaron Swartz up at Boing Boing. Rest in peace, Aaron. In Mulholland news, in anticipation of the February release […]