Welcome to Joe Oestreich's hilarious and poignant rock-and-roll memoir about his power-pop band, Watershed, that never quite made it to the big time.
January 26, 2013
Edmund de Waal, the distinguished English potter and great-grandson of Viktor Ephrussi, takes us on a picaresque journey, back in time and across continents, to uncover the history of his family and the secrets of their fabled netsuke collection.
January 25, 2013
Kristen Iversen's powerful account of growing up near the Rocky Flats plant that manufactured the trigger at the heart of every atom bomb made in the US from the 1950s to the 1980s, and the resulting lingering tragedy.
January 24, 2013
There are few cultures more extrinsically opposite in nature than those belonging to Americans and Arabs. Sophia Al-Maria knows this firsthand, as her formative years were spent making the leap back and forth between the two.
January 22, 2013
The author of Sugar in the Blood uses her own family history, from the seventeenth century through the present, as the pivot for an epic tale of migration, settlement, survival, slavery, and the making of the Americas.
January 18, 2013
At a time when aging rock stars continue to record and perform well past their best-by dates, who would have thought a somewhat cantankerous old hippie like Neil Young would be the one to produce a refreshingly genuine and candid memoir?
January 15, 2013
In April 2012, Dara Lynn-Weiss was featured in Vogue, exposing her struggle to bring her child's weight down to a healthy, normal range. The article created a media backlash. Here is the real story behind the diet and Weiss's controversial choices.
January 14, 2013
Daisy Hay's Young Romantics reveals these writers' lives and friendships, including addictive tales of scandal, heartbreak, and sacrifice, and intelligent explication of their great literary works.
January 1, 2013
Despite best intentions, it can be hard to stick to New Year's resolutions. Let Everyday eBook help with our recommendations for reads that will teach, entertain, and motivate as you tackle your personal promises.
December 31, 2012
What better time than New Years Eve to reminisce about a few of our favorite books about partying people and decadence of the most vice-like kind?
December 29, 2012
In Killing Kennedy by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard, we come to understand the magical aura of the Kennedy years’ affinity with Camelot, through the authors’ superb accounting, explanation, and meaning of this national tragedy.
December 22, 2012
Walter Cronkite reassured millions of Americans each night as he delivered the news. Now Douglas Brinkley uncovers the personal and professional life of “the most trusted man in America,” and in doing so, tells the history of the world.
December 12, 2012
In Jeanette Walls’ inspiring memoir, she chronicles her upbringing with her nomadic, nonconformist family, and her determined journey toward not only survival, but also success.
December 11, 2012
Beth Raymer doesn't have a plan. But who needs one when you've got a certain sassy sense of moxie? Raymer's exciting and insightful memoir of making a living in the world of sports betting is everything you'd expect it to be and more.
December 7, 2012
In this exquisite memoir, international journalist Kati Marton reveals her adventurous life, from her high-power job and intense marriages to Peter Jennings and Richard Holbrooke, to loss, and life beyond love stories. And always Paris remains a steadfast spring of solace and inspiration.