Hachette, the publisher behind imprints like Little, Brown, Grand Central and Orbit, is participating in Early Reviewers in a big way this month—so much so that we decided to put together a “bonus batch” showcasing of all the great books available across their many imprints. All told, Hachette is offering 825 copies of 47 titles!
Note: For distribution-rights issues, we’re able to offer books in this showcase to US members alone. We hope to expand to all our members the next time we do a showcase like this.
The titles offered include Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s Marina, Megan Abbott’s The Fever, The Ice Cream Queen of Orchard Street by Susan Jane Gilman, Shadows in the Vineyard by Maximillian Potter(1), and a much-anticipated debut novel from NPR-contributor Brittani Sonnenberg, Home Leave. They’re repeating Ann Leckie’s Ancillary Justice, which just won the 2014 Nebula Award for Best Novel, and whose sequel we hope to get into Early Reviewers in a couple months.
Note: all Hachette Showcase Bonus Batch titles are listed separately from the regular June Early Reviewers batch. Members are eligible to win books from BOTH the June batch, and the Hachette Showcase Bonus Batch.
You can see the full list of titles in the Hachette Showcase here. To request a copy:
The deadline to request a copy is Tuesday, July 1st at 6pm Eastern.
Questions or comments about the Hachette Showcase? Come tell me what you think on Talk.
I’d like to give a huge “Thank you!” to everyone at Hachette who helped me coordinate this bonus batch!
Small print: Winning a book from either the Hachette Showcase or the regular June Early Reviewers batch will not affect your chances of winning a book from the other. You may end up with multiple wins! If you’ve already made your requests for the June batch, but would prefer to win titles from the Hachette Showcase instead, you can unrequest titles by going to the appropriate Early Reviewers list, selecting the batch you’d like to view from the drop-down menu, and clicking “Unrequest” next to any books you’ve already requested.
1. Full disclosure: Potter’s literary agent is a friend of Tim’s.