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NetGalley goes to the Folio Prize!

NetGalley goes to the Folio Prize! It sometimes felt like the whole of literary London was gathered in one opulent ballroom last night, as the second Folio Prize Awards ceremony was held at the St Pancras Hotel. Already this is a prize that feels like it has become an integral part of the fiction-world’s year […]

Librarian Spotlight

    Welcome Mandy Peterson, Media Specialist at Schuyler Community Schools in Schuyler, Nebraska, as our guest. Mandy is a long-time NetGalley member, a plugged-in librarian and has been generous enough to answer our questions about the role of technology in her library. Keep reading to discover how Mandy became a librarian, what a 1:1 school is, and […]

Cover Love – March Edition

March Edition The snow is finally melting, and so are our hearts… for these beautiful covers! Here are some covers we adore this month, including YOUR top-loved cover this month – DEEP by Kylie Scott! Click through to read the full description, request the title, and “Like” the cover if you haven’t already. If you’ve already read […]

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