Spring is finally here!

After months of back and forth weather, spring has finally arrived in Chapel Hill!  All of the trees and flowers are in full bloom.  Layers are being shed for shorts and flip flops.  Except in the South, spring also means a sickly green coating of pollen on every surface imaginable and a chorus of sneezing as loud as the cicadas.  So being outside is wonderful if you can breathe.

A new season also means new releases!  Here at Algonquin, our books are blossoming.  Our naturally grown titles include new favorites such as What My Mother Gave Me, Is This Tomorrow, The Third Son, and Life After Life, as well as paperback releases of The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving and The Art Forger.  They’re all ripe for the picking.

We hope the weather is just as wonderful wherever you are.  Pop a Claritin, pick up a book, and go outside to enjoy this beautiful weather!

One Comment On This Post:

April 20, 2013
4:54 pm
nancy love says...

I may be your biggest fan! I have never read one of your books I did not love and when I finished Hikikomori and the Rental Sister and saw you had published it I was not surprised. Loved the book.

Where can I get a list of books (fiction) you have published for the past several years?

Thanks for your help.

(And this is not just because I went to schoool and lived in Chapel Hill for many years)

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