On the Fast Track: 5 Questions for Julie Garwood

As Julie Garwood's latest novel is released, we catch up with her to talk inspiration, recommended reads, and more.

Read more


How Dead Is Dead - Really?


New From Amy Bloom: Lucky Us, Quirky Family Saga


We Should All Be Feminists: A $.99 eShort from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie


On Superheroes and Satisfaction: Nick Harkaway's Tigerman


5 Core Questions for Taylor Stevens


John Sandford Post-Prey: Uncaged, First in Singular Menace Series


July 26, 2014

From Ruined to Addicted: New Romance from Tracy Wolff

Readers met Chloe Girard and Ethan Frost in Tracy Wolff’s romance novel Ruined and were left with a very frustrating cliffhanger. Never fear, dear readers: Addicted, the latest Ethan Frost book from Tracy Wolff, starts right where Ruined left off.

Read More

July 25, 2014

A Memoir of the Middle East: Kim Barker's The Taliban Shuffle

Kim Barker’s memoir of her time as a journalist in Kabul in the early aughts, The Taliban Shuffle: Strange Days in Afghanistan and Pakistan, is simultaneously touching, hilarious, and smart.

Read More

July 24, 2014

A Peek at Your Inner Wildebeest: Catherine Lacey's Nobody Is Ever Missing

The fear of secret mind readers is funny because it’s such a relatable anxiety. It is also a little sad and more than a little self-conscious. Thus, meet our narrator, Elyria, in Catherine Lacey's debut Nobody Is Ever Missing.

Read More

July 23, 2014

Truth in Fiction: A Wedding in Provence by Ellen Sussman

Ellen Sussman, author of French Lessons and the brand-new A Wedding in Provence, shares a glimpse into her personal struggles and how they helped to shape the story.

Read More

July 22, 2014

On the Right to Read and Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird

Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird achieves a new level of democratic access, upon its debut in a digital format fifty-four years after its initial publication, thereby taking further steps toward literary immortality.

Read More

July 21, 2014

Tim Weaver on the Difference Between the American and British Thriller

A London setting does not a British thriller make, according to bestselling British writer Tim Weaver.

Read More

July 20, 2014

Revisit a YA Classic: Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging

Louise Rennison’s Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging is the perfect light-hearted romp for anyone looking for a good laugh or three hundred.

Read More