David Baldacci will be a headliner at the Amelia Island Book Festival (February 21-22) in Fernandina Beach. He spoke with Melissa Ross about what inspires his writing.
The Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program honors organizations that have made outstanding contributions to increasing literacy in the United States or abroad. The awards also encourage the continuing development of innovative methods for combating illiteracy. By recognizing current achievements, the awards seek to inspire organizations, foundations, and other private-sector groups to become involved in combating illiteracy.
The deadline for applying for this year’s awards is March 31, 2014. More information is here.
Best-selling thriller writer David Baldacci is back with a new story starring government assassin Will Robie.
The Target follows Robie and his partner, Jessica Reel, on a global mission from the president that takes them to prison camps in North Korea.
Don’t wait until The Target‘s release date on April 22 — check out an excerpt here.
Missed David’s recent visit to Politics and Prose? Catch the video here.
David talks with WUSA9 anchor Mike Hydeck about KING AND MAXWELL and the process of writing.
“This is the best book yet in the series,” says the Associated Press about KING AND MAXWELL. Read the full review here.
USA TODAY’s Jocelyn McClurg scopes out the hottest books on sale each week, including KING AND MAXWELL.
Read the full interview here.
Could Vega Jane be the next Katniss or Tris? David Baldacci, best-selling author of legal thrillers, is taking a page from Suzanne Collins and Veronica Roth. His new book for kids ages 9-13 stars a strong teen heroine. See the cover and read an excerpt from THE FINISHER – out March 4, 2014 – here.
Best-selling authors and literacy advocates David Baldacci and James Patterson are the featured speakers at the 2013 Library of Congress Literacy Awards, a new program originated and sponsored by philanthropist David M. Rubenstein. The event will be held on Monday, November 4, at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., and is free and open to the public; no tickets are required. Read more here.