Officially Obsessed: Atria Books

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome back to Officially Obsessed! Today I’d like to focus on one of my favorite publishers- ATRIA BOOKS. While I’ve been a fan of theirs for years, it’s been in the past 12 months that my fondness has grown into full blown obsession. With the publication of a plethora of genres plus multiple imprints under their reputable name, is it any wonder that today they are one of the most popular brands in fiction and non-fiction alike? I thought it might be fun to list some of the reasons why they are one of my favorite imprints to review for and interact with; if you haven’t jumped on board the A-Train, what are you waiting for?

  • THEIR LOGOS – Ok, so I’m a sucker for anything nerdy when it comes to books. I am all about the aesthetics in any product I am purchasing, so when I can find a book that consistently creates a palate that pleases the eye, count me in. I adore how simple, yet clean each brand keeps their look; the logo easily blends in with any cover art chosen but stands out just enough to make you notice who’s name is on each book. I’ve come to expect an attractive jacket from any book that bears these logos as it’s obvious that Atria takes time and effort in only producing the best of the best, as we all know most readers do tend to judge a book by it’s cover.
  • THEIR COVER ART – I know I mentioned this above, but seriously, Atria always has the best cover art on their books. It’s like they know that we’re more apt to buy the book if the outside is as beautiful as the inside. 😉 In all seriously, I highly respect that they employ the services of only the most talented designers; the fact that they tend to keep most author’s books with a steady theme makes my OCD heart jump for joy and my bookshelf can remain at peace.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • THEIR APPROACHABILITY – If you haven’t had the pleasure of interacting with one of Atria Books social media accounts then you’re really missing out. One of the first publicists I started working with was David Brown @AtriaMysteryBus (<–you can follow on twitter here) and I soon found out everyone at Atria was really nice and friendly! They really prioritize working hand in hand with bloggers to spread the word about their fabulous books and always show gratitude for the hard work we insert into marketing their stories that we love.

Do you have a favorite publisher that you’re officially obsessed about? Atria is just one of many, but I’m hoping to feature a few per month as time allows. I’d love to hear about publishers that have treated you well in the comments below! Here’s to highlighting those in the book world who make reading worthwhile for bloggers, reviewers, and readers alike. ❤

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About The Suspense Is Thrilling Me

Chelsea is a happily married mother of two who's love of mysteries can be traced back to her first Nancy Drew experience. When not reading and writing book reviews, she likes to drink wine in her jammies and pretend that she exercises.
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17 Responses to Officially Obsessed: Atria Books

  1. I’d love to do a post like this soon! Macmillan and its authors have been very kind and generous to me. 😀 Macmillan even sent me ARCs for my birthday last month! ❤

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  3. Oh I love this post Chelsea. It’s nice to hear about an actual publishing company and how nice the people are within it. When were reviewing books or receiving them of course the focus is on the book but it’s so nice to spread the love and gratitude to the people working behind them. I love their cover arts, they all look so good.
    I personally have had 3 experiences with St. Martin’s Press and they are so amazing and kind. I live in the UK and it amazes me they are willing to send me a physical Arc all that way. The staff are so nice and it makes me love blogging even more.

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  4. It’s so fun when you get so deep into the book world that you start having favorite publishers! This is a great one. I have four favorites I can’t choose between: Scholastic, Penguin, Harper, and Disney-Hyperion. Such great books, and they’re amazing to work with.

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  5. Though I don’t really interact with them, they are one of my favorite publishers on NetGalley. The majority of the books I request (and actually get approved for) are through Atria.

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  6. Christine says:

    Wow, I love this post, Chels. Very inofrmative. I totally look forward to more in this series!!

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  7. dandelionsinspired says:

    I’m also a HUGE Atria fan! They are incredibly nice! I’m also in love with Lake Union, but I don’t find them as approachable!

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  8. I am currently (and probably forever) loving G.P. Putnam, Touchstone and Little Brown 🙂

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  9. Great post, such a good idea to focus on publishers who are such a valuable friend to the book blogging community. I agree, those covers are superb. I wasn’t following Atria before but I will now.

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