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Who's Publishing What: The Sweet Spot

Amy Poeppel brings her signature “big-hearted, charming” style to her fourth novel, The Sweet Spot, according to The Washington Post.

The Sweet Spot (Emily Bestler Books/Simon and Schuster), described as “a wise and joyful novel that celebrates love, hate and all of the glorious absurdity in between,” releases Jan. 31, but is available now for pre-orders.

The novel is receiving advance praise from reviewers, booksellers and authors. Publisher’s Weekly describes it as “delightful chaos... there’s plenty of fun to be had in this chronicle of misunderstandings and new beginnings. Readers are in for a treat.”

Poeppel is the award-winning author of the novels Musical ChairsLimelight and Small Admissions. Her writing has appeared in The New York TimesThe RumpusLiterary Hub and Working Mother. She and her husband have three sons and split their time between New York City, Germany and Connecticut. 

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