Eric Smith is a Young Adult author and literary agent with P.S. Literary living in Philadelphia. His latest novel, Don't Read the Comments, was published by Inkyard Press in January 2020.
6 books on this list
To save his daughter, he'll go anywhere—and any-when…Kin Stewart is an everyday family man: working in I.T., trying to keep the spark in his marriage, and struggling to connect with his teenage daughter, Miranda. But his current life is a far cry from his previous career as a time-traveling secret agent from 2142.Stranded in suburban San Francisco ...
This book is pretty good. I’m a fan. – source
Eric SmithJul 09, 2020
The first rule of book club: You don't talk about book club.Nashville Legends second baseman Gavin Scott's marriage is in major league trouble. He’s recently discovered a humiliating secret: his wife Thea has always faked the Big O. When he loses his cool at the revelation, it’s the final straw on their already strained relationship. Thea asks for ...
@erinhahn_author @LyssaKayAdams Oof I loved it so much. It’s the book that finally pushed me over the edge of “I’m gonna write an adult rom com.” – source
Eric SmithJul 03, 2020
Cat and Alex are excited to be at the world's most popular comics convention--and they're even more excited to compete in the Quest, a huge scavenger hunt run by an anonymous organizer. The big prize: a chance to meet their favorite nerdy celebrity!The twins ditch their older sister Fiona and set off to find geeky clues, tackle nerdy challenges, an...
Fondly thinking how almost a decade ago I was at a @Geekosystem party with @SamMaggs talking about books & writing dreams... And now here we are, with her debut novel, which I was lucky enough to blurb. Time is funny. So is this heartwarming geeky book. – source
Eric SmithJun 23, 2020
Romeo and Juliet meets Children of the Corn in this one-of-a-kind romantic horror.“When you fall in love, you will carve out your heart and throw it into the deepest ocean. You will be all in—blood and salt.” These are the last words Ash Larkin hears before her mother returns to the spiritual commune she escaped long ago. But when Ash follows her t...
I'm forever chasing the high of reading Blood & Salt by @Kim_Liggett, and how badly I want another book that makes me feel THAT uneasy. #MSWL – source
Eric SmithJun 19, 2020
Don't miss this spectacular debut novel... Can a girl who risks her life for books and an alien who loves forbidden pop music work together to save humanity? This road trip is truly out of this world! A beautiful and thrilling read for fans of Marie Lu and Veronica Roth.Two years ago, a misunderstanding between the leaders of Earth and the invading...
I've been screaming at people to pick up The Sound of Stars by @alechiawrites whenever I can. It published last month. #TBRreccers I really think it's the most weird and wonderful genre-defying book of the year. And yes, I know it's March. – source
Eric SmithMar 29, 2020
New York Times bestselling authors Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed have crafted a resonant, funny, and memorable story about the power of love and resistance. YESJamie Goldberg is cool with volunteering for his local state senate candidateas long as hes behind the scenes. When it comes to speaking to strangers (or, lets face it, speaking at all t...
1. Yes No Maybe So by @beckyalbertalli and @aishacs. This combo. This book. 2. It's Kind of a Cheesy Love Story by @LaurenEMorrill. A rom-com set in a pizza shop, gimme. 3. The Sound of Stars by @alechiawrites. The most weird and wonderful genre-blending YA book of the year. – source
Eric SmithMar 26, 2020