Barnes & Noble recently announced it expects a strong title selection this fall with titles ranging from thrillers, paranormal romance and mystery, to political memoirs, historical biographies and a strong line up in teen and young adult titles.
“There is a wide variety of titles hitting shelves this fall season and Barnes & Noble is thrilled to offer customers such a fantastic selection as we head into the holiday season,” said Patricia Bostelman, vice president of marketing at Barnes & Noble. “We know our customers are looking forward to new titles from bestselling authors who haven’t published in a while such as Jonathan Franzen, Laura Hillenbrand and Tom Clancy. We are also excited about the large selection of memoirs coming out of the political, celebrity and music worlds. This is going to be a strong fall season with choices for everyone.”
In horror look for Stephen King’s Full Dark, No Stars and What the Night Knows by Dean Koontz.
Romance will see growth in the paranormal arena with major titles from Christine Feehan with Dark Peril and Sherilyn Kenyon with No Mercy.
For Teens, paranormal romance and fantasy and adventure continue to dominate the trends. Long-awaited sequels will hit shelves along with brand new books. In paranormal romance, look for Torment by Lauren Kate; Nightshade by Andrea Cremer; and Elixir by Hilary Duff. In fantasy and adventure some of the big titles include Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins; Witch and Wizard: Battle for Shadowland by James Patterson and Dara Naraghi; and Pathfinder by Orson Scott Card.