International bestselling author of more than thirty novels. An insatiable appetite for storytelling. Advocate for literacy. On all accounts, David Baldacci is guilty as charged. Read Dawn Ius’ full interview here.
“With fully-realized character arcs and a twist-laden plot that would make Hitchcock proud, Baldacci’s latest is a fantastic thrill-ride for series fans and newcomers alike,” says The Strand magazine. Read the full review here.
David shares his five reading recommendations for fall with CBS Sunday Morning.
In town to sign THE KEEPER at Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville, Illinois, David sat down with Elysabeth Alfano in the WGN Radio studios for the most recent episode of her podcast, The Dinner Party with Elysabeth Alfano. Read more and listen to the podcast here.
David Baldacci probably doesn’t need any more praise for his consistently best-selling work, but he’s going to get it anyway. This YA fantasy novel is a delight for adults as well. Read the full review here.
David Baldacci had better be a man of his word, because about 1,000 fans of the No. 1 global best-selling author heard him make a vow Thursday night at the opening event of the Bookmarks Festival of Books and Authors in Reynolds Auditorium. Read more here.
David Baldacci will give the keynote speech Thursday night at Reynolds Auditorium in Winston-Salem to open the 11th Bookmarks Festival of Books and Authors. It will be followed by a Q&A and a book-signing. Read more here.
“We are thrilled to have an author of David Baldacci’s caliber and popularity,” says Literacy Council of Buncombe County development director LuAnn Arena. “He will help to bring awareness to a national issue and its local impact.” Read the article here.
What makes a good book tour? Author Mary Louise Kelly offers her two cents.
In David Baldacci novels, there’s always a matter of urgency with high stakes that requires bold action to resolve.
In Buncombe County, literacy is a matter of such critical importance.
According to Ashley Lasher, executive director of the Literacy Council of Buncombe County, illiteracy is a serious but somewhat hidden issue here, with 10 percent of county residents lacking basic literacy skills. To help raise awareness and funding for its literacy programs, the council is holding its eighth annual Authors for Literacy event Sept. 11 with Baldacci as the keynote speaker.
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