Harper Perennial Week on Devourer of Books

In the last year or so I’ve really started to become aware of who publishes what I’m reading. In particular, I’ve been looking at the imprints that publish some of my favorite books, instead of simply looking at the over-arching publishing house.

One of my favorite imprints is Harper Perennial, and I’m not just saying that because I love the marketing team.

No, Harper Perennial is one of my favorite imprints because of the wide variety of high-quality books they publish. In addition to publishing the paperbacks of many other Harper Collins hardcovers, it also publishes some great paperback originals, both fiction and non-fiction, from young or new authors. As a result, Harper Perennial has a huge range of fantastic books.

All this coming week I will be reviewing Harper Perennial books – look for a giveaway later this week of some Harper Perennial favorites!

By the way, if you don’t already follow the Harper Perennial blog, Olive Reader, you really should:

For more reviews of Harper Perennial books, please see the Spotlight on Harper Perennial at Beth Fish Reads.

5 comments to Harper Perennial Week on Devourer of Books

  • I have really just started paying attention to this myself. I notice quality of books (content) as well as quality of the book itself as art. Thanks for posting the link to their blog – I added it to GR.

  • Don

    [This is chewie93 from twitter.]

    Since I work in book publishing I’m very sensitive to the publishers of what I read — in fact, publisher/imprint is a primary driver behind what I choose to read. As you already know, I’m a huge fan of Harper Perennial. In fact, just yesterday I started reading one of their books: Blue Suburbia by Laurie Lico Albanese.

  • Before blogging I never even thought to look. There are certain imprints now that publish books you just KNOW are good. I’m excited to see what you are going to talk about this week!

  • Thanks for the link love. I hope you and everyone else link your Harper Perennial reviews up to the database and continue to tune in on Fridays to see what’s being featured.

    I can’t wait to read your reviews this week.