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Painting Past Lives: The Memory Painter by Gwendolyn Womack

As far as we know, dreams do not recall previous lives, and nobody has ever awoken from a dream with new knowledge or talent. But what if, somehow, this did happen?

June 27, 2015

Sexy, Outrageous Last of the Red-Hot Riders by Tina Leonard

Last of the Red Hot Riders is the second in Tina Leonard's Hell's Outlaw's series – and it is just as outrageous and sexy as the first.

June 26, 2015

Community Conscious: 6 Books on Making a Difference

Volunteering is an admirable thing that can have lasting positive effects on both those being helped -- and on volunteers. Here is a lineup of stories that show what a difference being a community do-gooder can have.

June 25, 2015

The Scariest Person in Technology: A Q&A With Joshua Cohen, Author of Book of Numbers

Everyday Ebook recently had the pleasure of catching up with author Joshua Cohen to discuss his new release, "The Book of Numbers."

June 23, 2015

A Literary Journey: The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

There are books that come along that are written for book lovers. Nina George's new novel, The Little Paris Bookshop, is an homage to book lovers (and booksellers) everywhere.

June 22, 2015

Home Across Borders: In The Country by Mia Alvar

With many individual stories, Mia Alvar's In The Country tells a greater one: that of family, of the Filipino diaspora, and of the human struggle for identity and meaning.

June 20, 2015

A New Series from Bestselling Romance Author Tina Wainscott

Tina Wainscott’s new series, Falling Fast, begins with the story of two teenagers torn apart by danger and tragedy.

June 18, 2015

Catching Up With Michelle Miller, Author of The Underwriting

A multi-billion-dollar deal brings together six ambitious young professionals in The Underwriting, part corporate thriller and social satire. Here's the conversation we had with the author about her characters and more.

June 15, 2015

Signwave by Andrew Vachss: The Zen of Violence

Earlier in the spring, this reader sat in a mindful relationships workshop (I know - why?!) listening to a fellow participant share in calm, melodious tones how she wished her partner understood that repeatedly neglecting to take out the compost undermined her trust that he respected her needs. She wasn't angry, she was disappointed. And […]

June 13, 2015

A Man and His Regret: Zack by Sawyer Bennett

The latest in the Cold Fury series from Sawyer Bennett brings even more heat to the ice.

June 11, 2015

A Different Kind of War Story: I Saw a Man by Owen Sheers

I Saw a Man, the new book from Owen Sheers, is a different story of war and its reverberations. In beautiful prose, Sheers writes with an emotional depth and knowledge that will draw the reader into his characters’ lives.

June 9, 2015

Wise, New Fiction from Annie Barrows: The Truth According to Us

Annie Barrows's The Truth According to Us is a charming work of historical fiction that takes place during the waning days of the Great Depression in a small factory in Macedonia, West Virginia. Quirky characters, a mysterious outsider, long-buried family secrets, and colorful historical details make this a perfect summer read. Twelve-year-old Willa Romeyn lives […]

June 8, 2015

The Intrigue of a Heist: Unbecoming by Rebecca Scherm

In a shop on a street in Paris that no tourist would visit, Grace works fixing knick-knacks, replacing gems, and mending possible antiques. Grace is far from home, and those she works with know her as Julie from California, not Grace from small-town Tennessee. So begins the story of a woman who is not at all who she appears to be.

June 6, 2015

Reading Binge: Your Guide to 6 Series to Start Now

Sometimes one book is just not enough. If you're looking for a new character or world to follow over several installments, have we got the lineup for you.

June 4, 2015

Debut from Dublin: The Last Four Days of Paddy Buckley

In the opening pages of The Last Four Days of Paddy Buckley, debut novelist Jeremy Massey sets the expectation that will structure his book: We, the readers, are watching a doomed soul live out his last moments on earth.