Derek Jeter Partners with Simon & Schuster to Launch Publishing Imprint

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NEW YORK, November 14, 2013—Simon & Schuster is proud to announce a multi-faceted, co-publishing partnership with sports icon Derek Jeter. Under the name Jeter Publishing, the program will encompass adult non-fiction titles, children’s picture books, middle grade fiction, and ready-to-read children’s books. Adult titles will be published in conjunction with the Gallery Books imprint and children’s titles will be [….]

Simon and Schuster Launch New Scif/Fantasy Imprint

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Simon & Schuster plans to create a new imprint specializing in science fiction, fantasy, and horror books “for readers of all ages.” Jon Anderson, executive vice president and publisher of Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing, will oversee the not-yet-named imprint. In an interview with Publishers Weekly, he revealed that this imprint will acquire books for readers [….]

Carolyn Turgeon Discusses Her Book ‘The Fairest of Them All’

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Carolyn Turgeon describes The Fairest of Them All, a completely new take on the original Rapunzel fairy tale. Synopsis In this kingdom, only one fairy tale can end with happily ever after. In an enchanted forest, the maiden Rapunzel’s beautiful voice captivates a young prince hunting nearby. Overcome, he climbs her long golden hair to [….]

Featured Author Review: The Case of the Man Who Died Laughing by Tarquin Hall

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  The Case of the Man Who Died Laughing Tarquin Hall Simon & Schuster, 2010 ISBN-10: 1439172382 — ♦ — Unlike Sharon, (my fellow LitStack contributor), who could actually vouch for the accuracy of Tarquin Hall’s descriptions and provide an interesting introduction, I’ve never been to India. (Yes, I actually want you to click the link and [….]

Featured Author Review: The Case of the Missing Servant by Tarquin Hall

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  This month, we’re thrilled to host Tarquin Hall as our July Featured Author. Hall is a British writer and journalist. He was born in London, 1969, to an English father and American mother. Hall has spent much of his adult life away from the United Kingdom, living in the United States, Pakistan, India, Kenya [….]