Katie Pryal on the importance of reader reviews

Katie Pryal on the importance of reader reviews

“Your words are as important to an author as an author’s words are to you.” Those words may seem counterintuitive to you if you are a reader, but in our data-driven age, book reviews left by readers on Amazon.com and Goodreads can make a huge difference to the success...
A Poppy Book Recommendation: GARDEN SPELLS

A Poppy Book Recommendation: GARDEN SPELLS

It’s #PreFridayReads when a Tall Poppy author recommends a book she loved. So if you’re looking for a great recommendation for your #FridayReads or another book to meet your 2017 Poppy Reading Challenge, read on. We’ll help you turn the page …...
Check out the 2017 Tall Poppy Book Lineup!

Check out the 2017 Tall Poppy Book Lineup!

The new year is upon us, and many bibliophiles are setting their 2017 reading goals. We’ve compiled a list of the upcoming Tall Poppy Books coming out this year to help you select books to keep you busy the whole year through. Publishing is a tricky business, so more...
A Poppy Book Recommendation: THE HUNCHBACK OF NEIMAN MARCUS

A Poppy Book Recommendation: THE HUNCHBACK OF NEIMAN MARCUS

We love connecting smart readers with smart books so we’re launching a new #PreFridayReads column. Each Thursday a Tall Poppy author will recommend a book she loved. So if you’re looking for a great recommendation for your #FridayReads and you 2017 Poppy...
A Tall Poppy Writers Reading Challenge to kick off 2017

A Tall Poppy Writers Reading Challenge to kick off 2017

Hello 2017! Is reading more on your list of resolutions/goals for the new year? If it is, we’ve got a fun reading challenge for you.  And please consider reviewing and recommending the books you read and enjoy. It’s the best gift you can give an author....
5 Ways To Make My Summer Reads List

5 Ways To Make My Summer Reads List

Inevitably, when the beachy June seascapes appear on my desk calendar, the temperatures begin to rise, and the air becomes perfumed with honeysuckle chased by a tinny whiff of sunscreen, I reach for my e-reader or the nearest paperback as surely as I trade in my wool...