Tracey Garvis Graves lands two-book deal After her self-published debut, On the Island, became a best seller (it's No. 26 n USA TODAY's list), Tracey Garvis Graves quit her ... Penguin will announce Friday that it's signed Graves, 45, of Clive, Iowa, to a two-book deal. It has reissued Island ... 06/13/2012 - 9:02 pm | View Link
Ten books that have stayed with me in some way... I tried, I really tried but I would have to do like Maryse and make a list of lists. It’s breaking my heart to leave so many favorites off this 10 item list. 07/28/2015 - 5:01 am | View Website
Top Second Chance at Love Recommendations There is nothing that gets to me like a heartwarming tale of second chance at love. It is like my own personal kryptonite—the mere idea of two people being given a ... 07/28/2015 - 3:49 am | View Website
Covet (Covet, #1) by Tracey Garvis-Graves — Reviews ... Covet has 3,940 ratings and 779 reviews. Tracey said: I'm the author of this book. Women's Fiction. Please note that this book has not yet been release... 07/27/2015 - 6:10 pm | View Website
Fallen Too Far: Amazon.de: Abbi Glines: Fremdsprachige Bücher A New York Times Bestseller "Every time I read one of Abbi's books, I declare it my new favorite. Fallen Too Far was no exception, because it now tops the list as my ... 07/27/2015 - 4:51 pm | View Website
Covet: A Novel: Tracey Garvis Graves: 9780142181126 ... Tracey Garvis Graves is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author. Her debut novel, On the Island, spent 9 weeks on the New York Times ... 07/27/2015 - 9:56 am | View Website
Long ago, when I was teaching high school English, one of my students mentioned how much she enjoyed stories about teens who contract deadly diseases, fight bravely to live and then . . . die. That sounded pretty dreadful to me, but almost all the other young women in the class enthusiastically agreed that they loved such stories.
Despite recent criticisms of “Go Set a Watchman,” I eagerly anticipated the second installment of what had been rumored as Harper Lee’s “lost” novel. The iconic author of the 1960 Pulitzer Prize-winning “To Kill a Mockingbird” vowed she would never publish again after a few failed attempts. The author refused requests for interviews or public appearances.