Catching Up With Jacquelyn Frank, Author of the Nightwalker Saga

Everyday Ebook recently caught up with Jacquelyn Frank, author of the World of Nightwalkers series. Here she talks about writing the final book in the saga, Nightwalker.

August 27, 2015

New Stories from Pulitzer-winning Adam Johnson

Adam Johnson’s new book, Fortune Smiles, is made up of six haunting stories. They’re not ghost stories – not in the traditional sense, anyway – but each carries a peculiar mood about them, a mist, suggesting that something in their story-world, which for the most part resembles our own, is strangely disturbed.

August 25, 2015

Having It All: A Window Opens by Elisabeth Egan

Elisabeth Egan’s debut novel, A Window Opens, brings the ages-old juggling act to the new, always-connected digital era.

August 24, 2015

Late Summer Reading: 7 Books To Sneak In Before Fall

Summer is coming to a close and the end of beach-reading season is nigh. If like many of us, you feel like your summer reading numbers could use a bolster, here are seven novels to check out before the sun sets on another season. Get cracking!

August 22, 2015

Continuing with Denver Heroes: Kathy Clark's Deep Night

Childhood friends find themselves a bit too close for platonic comfort in Kathy Clark’s latest Denver Heroes novel.

August 20, 2015

The Social Ladder in the 21st Century: Everybody Rise by Stephanie Clifford

Everybody Rise is a fictitious inside look at the upper class of New York City and the envy of those who want to elbow and claw their way in and up to join this elite, insulated group.

August 18, 2015

Life in Modern Egypt: The Automobile Club of Egypt by Alaa Al Aswany

The Automobile Club of Egypt begins as Abd el-Aziz Gaafar, formerly prosperous, moves Cairo and gets a job at the Automobile Club - a place for the wealthy to socialize in luxury.

August 17, 2015

Must Love Food: Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal

It is a rare book that deserves the adjective 'charming,' and rarer still to find one that a reader finishes tearfully in line for coffee before work. Kitchens of the Great Midwest accomplishes both.

August 15, 2015

The Latest in Nantucket Brides by Jude Deveraux

Jude Deveraux’s latest Nantucket Brides novel, Ever After, sets off with a dramatic start.

August 13, 2015

Caught in a Storm: The Gracekeepers by Kirsty Logan

Kirsty Logan’s debut, The Gracekeepers, follows the floating Circus Excalibur as it sails around the remnants of civilization, performing for what sustenance can be found.

August 11, 2015

Catching Up With Rajia Hassib, Author of In the Language of Miracles

We caught up with Rajia Hassib to discuss 9/11, the Egyptian-American experience, and her debut novel, In the Language of Miracles.

August 10, 2015

Blockbuster Books: 9 Scorching Summer Thrillers

It's the height of summer, the season of surf, sun, and of course, the mega blockbuster. Bring the exhilarating entertainment feel to your reading list with these thrillers that will have you glued to your seat. Get some popcorn ready and dive in.

August 8, 2015

Unknown Territory: China Mieville's Three Moments of an Explosion

In China Miéville's new short story collection, Three Moments of an Explosion, every story is a blindfolded step forward into unknown territory -- you never know what you're going to get.

August 6, 2015

Learning from the Past: Orhan's Inheritance by Aline Ohanesian

When Orhan learns his grandfather has left the entire family estate to a stranger, he uncovers secrets from the past that will change his understanding of his family tree and his place in the world.

August 3, 2015

Within the Elephant: Tania James' The Tusk That Did the Damage

The mesmerizing figure at the center of Tania James’s novel The Tusk That Did the Damage is an elephant known as the Gravedigger, and he appears as ominous as his name.