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HarperCollins Adult Book Buzz coming to you LIVE from ALA in DC!
The HarperCollins Library Team will be buzzing all of our Fall '22 and Winter '23 titles at ALA in DC on Saturday, June 25th, and it would be SUPER if you could join us!

If you're attending in-person, you can RSVP here: https://form.jotform.com/221635365276156

If you aren’t attending ALA...NEVER FEAR! Just register for this webcast and we'll bring the party to you! We will be livestreaming our buzz so you can join us virtually!

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Speakers

Virginia Stanley
Virginia Stanley is the Director of Library Marketing at HarperCollins Publishers. She and her colleagues (aka Library Love Fest) connect with librarians virtually every week to talk about books. Recently, the Library Love Fest team launched an online program called Galley Club: A Book Club for Librarians. To join in the fun, meet the team behind each book and interact directly with authors, go to librarylovefest.com and click on the Galley Club tile!
Lainey Mays
Lainey Mays is the Marketing Associate of the Library Marketing team at HarperCollins. Originally from Mississippi, her hobbies include listening to any podcast she can find—she produces The Library Love Fest Podcast, a podcast that brings librarians and great books together through author interviews, conversations with editors, and upcoming book presentations.
Deb Murphy
Deb Murphy is a National Accounts Manager for library wholesalers at HarperCollins. She began working at Harper in 1998 and sold the children’s list until late 2021. Born in Minnesota, she’s lived in every region of the country, and has called New York City home since 2010. Her favorite genres are true crime, memoirs about life in cults, biographies about children’s book authors, and cookbooks. When she’s not reading, she’s busy walking in the park, knitting sweaters, or hitting the newest NYC restaurants with her wife, Nanci.