Lauren Layne

Love in the Editorial Office: The Trouble with Love by Lauren Layne

Lauren Layne’s The Trouble with Love, the latest in her Sex, Love, and Stiletto series, is another fun, sexy story revolving around the "Love and Romance Gurus" of Stiletto magazine.

March 26, 2015

Nothing Formulaic About David Treuer's Prudence

David Treuer’s Prudence may begin with a death scene, but this is no formulaic murder mystery. Rather, it is a richly complex and elegiac novel to be savored for its evocative language, subtle revelation of character, and charged eroticism.

March 25, 2015

It's Parody, People: Killing O'Reilly

In their very satirical new book, Courtney Bowman and Nick Bowman have taken on the voice of one of today's most divisive talking heads, Bill O'Reilly, and what they pull off in doing so is to create a collection of imagined essays that are at once appalling and hilarious.

March 24, 2015

An Emotional Ride: Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum

There are many reasons we read fiction. Sometimes, we just want an escape. Sometimes we want to learn. Sometimes we want to laugh. And sometimes, it is to have a glimpse into someone else’s human condition.

March 23, 2015

The Nightingale: Kristin Hannah's Tale of Love and Family in WWII

World War II has millions of stories to tell and to inspire, with many still unwritten. Kristin Hannah has already proven herself as a bestselling author with a huge fan base for her novels, books about families, friendship, and love. When you bring the two together, the result is powerful.

March 21, 2015

A Hot New Series for Fans of Jacquelyn Frank

From New York Times bestselling author Jacquelyn Frank comes the scorching hot first book in a thrilling new series featuring four warrior brothers who have the power – and the curse – of immortality. Herewith, an excerpt from Cursed by Fire in the Immortal Brothers series.

March 19, 2015

Your Need-to-Know: A Q&A with Katherine Heiny

'Really, it’s amazing I have any friends left at all.' Check out our Q&A with writer Katherine Heiny.

March 17, 2015

On Irene Nemirovsky and Inspiration, by Alexis Landau

Alexis Landau shared with Everyday eBook the inspiration behind her debut novel, The Empire of the Senses.

March 16, 2015

James Ellroy's 'L.A. Confidential' Prequel: Perfidia

You may recall 'L.A. Confidential,' the saucy, suspenseful, fast-moving L.A.-set thriller by James Ellroy that went on to be adapted for the big screen. Now Ellroy presents us with the prequel.

March 14, 2015

Monica Murphy's Latest: An Excerpt from Stealing Rose

Read on for an excerpt from Monica Murphy's latest book, Stealing Rose.

March 12, 2015

New from Kazuo Ishiguro: The Buried Giant

This fantastical tale of an elderly couple on a journey to the home of their son does step over the line into fantasy, with the inclusion of dragons and warriors, mysteries and swordfights and monks and ogres and a mist and more. But The Buried Giant is ultimately all Ishiguro.

March 9, 2015

An Author to Change Your Sense of Self: Rachel Cusk

Rachel Cusk’s novel Outline, if you’re open to it, will change your sense of self – and your sense of the world.

March 7, 2015

More Romance from Cold Fury: Sawyer Bennett's Latest

In Sawyer Bennett’s latest Cold Fury romance, Garrett, a woman lets down her guard and let’s a worthwhile man in.

March 5, 2015

Nick Hornby's Latest Novel Is Here: Funny Girl

London in the 1960s was experiencing the same changes our country across the pond was seeing: movement in civil rights, the advancement of women’s rights, and plenty of rock ‘n’ roll. Against this backdrop, Nick Hornby sets his latest novel.

March 3, 2015

Let Me Say I Love You: The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy

When Rachel Joyce published her quirky and endearing debut novel, The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, in 2012, her readers fell in love, not only with Harold but with the barely glimpsed reason for his journey. With her new novel, The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy, Joyce shows us the woman who made Harold a pilgrim.