BookExpo Canada Previews Fall 2007 Bestseller Lists
Toronto, ON (rushprnews) June 5, 2007 – Among the many reasons to check out BookExpo Canada (BEC), one of the most popular is to meet the authors who will be topping this Fallâ€™s bestseller lists.Â
At the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on June 10th & 11th the big titles and trends your readers, listeners and viewers will be talking about next season will be previewed.
Top fiction releases include Francis Itaniâ€™s Remembering the Bones, Lesley Choyceâ€™s The Republic of Nothing, William Gibsonâ€™s Spook Country, David Davidarâ€™s The Solitude of Emperors, Gail Anderson-Dargatzâ€™s Turtle Valley, Clive Barkerâ€™s Hellbound Heart, Elizabeth Hayâ€™s Late Nights on Air, Shauna Singh Baldwinâ€™s We Are Not in Pakistan, Richard B. Wrightâ€™s October, and Todd Babiakâ€™s The Book of Stanley.Â Other bookseller fiction favourites signing their spring releases at the show include James Patterson, Ami McKay, Gil Adamson and John Connolly.
Major non-fiction works announced at the show include Christie Blatchfordâ€™s Fifteen Days: Stories of Bravery and Friendship, Life and Death from Inside the New Canadian Military, Bob Mersereauâ€™s The Top 100 Canadian Albums, Naomi Kleinâ€™s The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, and Jan Wongâ€™s Beijing Confidential: A Tale of Comrades Lost and Found in the New Forbidden City.
The book trend in memoirs continues to grow as books by several intriguing personalities are launched, including Rona Maynardâ€™s My Motherâ€™s Daughter: A Memoir, Anna Porterâ€™s The Storyteller: A Memoir of Secrets, Magic and Lies, Jean Chretienâ€™s A Passion for Politics, and a new title from AJ Jacobs, the author of The Know-It-All, entitled The Year of Living Biblically.
Advanced coverage is encouraged and interviews can be set up at this time by phone or reserved for the media room at BEC.
Further Inquiries can be made by contacting
Adria Iwasutiak, Publicist