Baggott will have three new sci-fi stories up at Tor.com in January, February, and March of 2017. The art for the first story about virtual reality, “The Virtual Swallows of Hog Island,” is here! And the story is now available for pre-order.
Julianna has a new piece up at Bustle, “What happens once NaNoWriMo is over? 5 Tips for Preparing Your Manuscript.” Writerly types can check it out here.
Booklist’s review of THE INFINITY OF YOU & ME just appeared and it’s wonderful. They call it an “ambitious sci-fi novel filled with multiverses and what ifs.” But what’s really fantastic is the shout out. “…complex world building that would appeal to fans of TV’s Orphan Black.” We’ll take it! The book pubs November 8th! This Tuesday! Click
Kirkus on THE INFINITY OF YOU & ME Kirkus Reviews just published a review of The Infinity of You and Me — and it’s fantastic! “…The clever, fast-moving plot features a strong, appealing heroine, Sylvia Plath’s poetry, romance, betrayal, and heart-stopping suspense.” See the full review here.
Baggott’s latest novel, The Infinity of You & Me, will hit bookshelves this November! It will be published under J.Q. Coyle, the joint pen name of Baggott and author Quinn Dalton. “A fantastically fun mind-bender from start to finish, The Infinity of You & Me will thrill its readers and leave them hungry for more!” – Karen
THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW has chosen their 100 NOTABLE BOOKS of 2015 and HARRIET WOLF’S SEVENTH BOOK OF WONDERS is on the list!
ALL OF US & EVERYTHING, Baggott’s latest novel under her pen name Bridget Asher, is in the current issue of PEOPLE magazine as a pick for BEST NEW BOOKS! PEOPLE calls the novel “an engaging family drama” but also notes that it’s a “lively comic novel about stormy women and the spy (and other sexy
“Similar to Nick Hornby’s A LONG WAY DOWN, Asher’s … novel rewards readers with an engrossing plot rich in witty and frank dark humor… Readers will linger on the story’s web of connections… Thoughtful and provoking.” – Booklist Click here for more!
Click here to read an interview with Julianna in the Boston Globe where she discusses the making of her new novel HARRIET WOLF’S 7TH BOOK OF WONDERS, 18 years in the making. There are shout-outs to her mother, “a helicopter parent before there were helicopter parents,” the Worcester Public Library, one of her kids when he was in
Not only was there a full page review of Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders in The New York Times Book Review, but the book was an Editor’s Choice as well.