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    • #264344

      Much like the Harper Collins First Look for teens but this is for adults

      Join the HarperCollins First Look program to preview books in literary fiction, general fiction, suspense, biography, cookbooks, and other genres, for readers who make a difference – like you!
      Each month, Advance Reading Editions (AREs) of great books by fabulous authors are offered that you will have the opportunity to review. Reviewers are selected at random, but you must register to be eligible. In joining the program you may select your favorite genres and we will let you know when a book in your preferred category is offered.

      First Look: Read and Review Tomorrow?s Books Today, Harpercollins Publishers

      Current October books available:

      Category – Business
      Be the Change by Lisa Endlich

      In a book that will do for the nonprofit sector what Jack Schwager’s Market Wizards did for trading, Lisa Endlich takes us inside the hearts and minds of the people who are changing philanthropy today.On Sale: 11/25/2008 (Hardcover)

      Category – Fiction, General

      The Sharing Knife Vol.4 by Lois McMaster Bujold

      The highly anticipated conclusion to Lois McMaster Bujold’s New York Times bestselling Sharing Knife series. On Sale: 1/27/2009 (Hardcover)

      Category – Fiction, General
      Fool by Christopher Moore

      The eagerly anticipated new novel from New York Times bestselling author Christopher Moore. On Sale: 2/10/2009 (Hardcover)

      Category – Fiction, General
      The Writing on My Forehead by Nafisa Haji

      A brilliant debut novel about one woman’s struggle with the Indo–Pakistani traditions of her family and her own independence. On Sale: 3/3/2009 (Hardcover)

      Category – Fiction, General

      The Miracles of Prato by Laurie Albanese/Laura Morowitz

      Set at the height of the Italian Renaissance, The Miracles of Prato tells the unforgettable story of a nearly impossible romance between a painter–monk (the renowned artist Fra Filippo Lippi) and the young nun who becomes his muse, his lover, and the mother of his children. On Sale: 1/27/2009 (Hardcover)

      Category – Fiction, General
      Shelter Me by Juliette Fay

      Sometimes an editor starts reading a manuscript and she immediately knows she has something special. Shelter Me is that kind of a novel. Anyone who has read this manuscript has told me that they ‘didn’t want to say goodbye to these characters.’ This is an amazing novel, and it’s hard to believe that it is a debut. You won’t want to let these people out of your life! On Sale: 12/30/2008 (Trade Paperback)

      Category – Romance

      Ransom My Heart by Meg Cabot

      In celebration of the final Princess Diaries book – – A Publishing Event! Mia Thermopolis, Princess of Genovia and star of Meg Cabot’s insanely popular #1 New York Times Bestselling Princess Diaries books, has “penned” her first historical romance novel with help from Meg Cabot. On Sale: 1/6/2009 (Trade Paperback)

      Category – Memoir

      My Word is Bond by Sir Roger Moore

      James Bond star Roger Moore provides a candid, witty, and remarkable look back at his inspiring and glamorous six–decade–long acting career. On Sale: 11/04/2008 (Hardcover)

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      Just bumping this back up.

      Here is a quote from another site, dated 02/20/09

      I thought this was worth mentioning again since i got 4 books just this past week. Just sign up and click “First Look” and then you can select the books you would like to review…just write a brief reason why you want to. I seem to only get selected for the children’s books and they are usually for ages 7-12.

      My kids are younger than that but i have a nice little library for them for when they are older. I did just read a Flat Stanley with my son and even though he’s 5 he seemed to enjoy it.

      Thought some of the new people might like to try it.

    • #416114

      Looks interesting. I have heard of advance reading copies but never knew how one obtained one. My oldest daughter has an advanced editing copy of a new book to be out in May this year about overeating.

      I really wanted to read it when I stayed at her house but my Lost dvds beckoned too loudly.

      Catherine

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