February 28, 2013
Senator Feingold argues that in this post-9/11 era our failure to meet real challenges and tendency toward dumbed-down discourse is leaving us vulnerable to threats abroad and at home. Fortunately, it’s not too late to do something about it.
February 27, 2013
The author of Don't Play in the Sun discusses the hot topic colorism, how it affected her life, its global impact -- and calls for healing in ourselves and our communities.
February 26, 2013
Michael Moss' shocking new eBook reveals just how much salt, sugar, and fat Americans consume and the heights to which food conglomerates go to design foods that are not only appealing, but addictive.
February 25, 2013
Everyone does it, but not everyone talks about it. Some do it alone, some with another person. People do it all different ways. But how often does one peek into the science behind the action? Or, rather, the science under the sheets?
February 24, 2013
Though some YA reading may simply serve as a guilty pleasure for adults, there is a vast oeuvre of Teen literature that isn’t just fluff or an escape. Elizabeth Laban’s The Tragedy Paper is a book that falls into this deeper sort.
February 23, 2013
Amber's been a good girl all her life, and she's tired of it. Trouble is, she doesn't know how to do or be anything else, until she's alone with a handsome foreman, as they weather a tornado, and passion ignites.
February 22, 2013
Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Ford's sparse, heartbreaking tale tells of twins whose paths diverge after their parents plan a bank robbery that goes wrong.
February 21, 2013
In his latest eBook, Harvest, Jim Crace takes on the stranger-comes-to-town plot and pushes it to lengths both fantastical and realistic, historical and modern, as an insular village confronts change.
February 20, 2013
This is not a moralizing fable of addiction and regret. Schaap’s story is a celebration of bar culture at its best, when it is 'both civilized and civilizing,' and of the people who make it so.
February 19, 2013
To find the beating heart behind Kurt Vonnegut's tongue-in-cheek writing, look no further than his trove of personal letters. The humanism, jokes, and avuncular morality that radiates from his fiction is found tenfold in this collection.
February 18, 2013
John Banville's latest is an exploration of the past shaping the present as an aging actor reflects on an illicit affair, his tragic relationship with his daughter, and the struggle to discern the truth in memory.
February 17, 2013
Author Theo Lawrence discusses his young adult trilogy set in a future New York in which much of the city is underwater, politics is a dangerous business, a rebellion may be on the horizon, and star-crossed lovers must find each other.
February 16, 2013
Seduction on the high seas is the order of the day in this swashbuckling pirate adventure where the legendary pirate is the beautiful Lady Anne and her captive a handsome Royal Naval officer.
February 15, 2013
What if your only child, your pride and joy, did something truly despicable? What lengths, if any, would you go to in order to protect him?
February 14, 2013
In Adeline's book, Cassie uncovers an underground society dedicated to helping women realize their wildest, most intimate sexual fantasies. Here, L. Marie Adeline, shares with Everyday eBook five important things you should take from her novel.