Claudia Connor

Discover the Beauty of Claudia Connor's New Romance, Worth the Fall

Claudia Connor’s new romance novel, Worth the Fall, will introduce you to the McKinney brothers – who you’ll surely be glad you met.

September 18, 2014

Great Fiction from the Musician's Mind: John Darnielle's Wolf in White Van

Anyone who's listened to the entirety of a Mountain Goats' album knows that Darnielle is essentially a short story writer who happens to release his collections set to music.

September 16, 2014

Be Tricked Into Reading Margaret Atwood's Stone Mattress

The tales in Atwood's latest collection aren't aren’t the 'quiet stories' that your friend who rolls his own cigarettes recommends. The protagonists are as much bodies in motion as they are well-written portraits.

September 15, 2014

Adrift in Dubai: Joseph O'Neill's The Dog

Joseph O’Neill’s new novel has been long-listed for the Man Booker Prize – and only adds to the achievement that is The Dog.

September 13, 2014

The Mob Takes on Terrorism: Lorenzo Carcaterra's The Wolf

In his new novel, The Wolf, New York Times bestselling author Lorenzo Carcaterra stages a fight to the death between organized crime and international terrorism.

September 11, 2014

Exquisite, Complex, McEwan: The Children Act

In The Children Act by Ian McEwan, the modern-day complexities of everyday life underlie the intriguing, exquisite story he tells.

September 9, 2014

Station Eleven: Emily St. John Mandel on Survival and Story

This is the way the world ends in Emily St. John Mandel's new novel, Station Eleven: Almost everyone dies. The Georgia Flu pandemic wipes out 99.99 percent of the world's population in about a month. The lights turn off, gas runs out, and time is divided between before and after. We start over at Year […]

September 8, 2014

Technology, Love, and the Future: A Worthwhile Debut from Gregory Sherl

Can science go so far as to take the guesswork out of finding love? In The Future for Curious People, Gregory Sherl’s imaginative and heartwarming debut novel, technology has been designed to do just that.

September 7, 2014

12 Books Every Young Adult Should Read

An avid reader and publishing professional shares her picks for the twelve books that every young adult should read.

September 6, 2014

3 Romances on Love, War, and Friendship

Pat Fordyce recommends these three romance novels from throughout the year – Broken and Just One Night by Lauren Layne, and Hold on Tight by Serena Bell.

September 4, 2014

3 Questions for Tana French, Author of The Secret Place

In 2007, Tana French burst onto the book scene with the chilling, fascinating psychological thriller In the Woods. The Secret Place, the fifth book in her acclaimed Dublin Murder Squad series, is now available. Everyday eBook caught up with Tana to talk series, POV, and more.

September 2, 2014

How to Read David Mitchell's The Bone Clocks in 5 Steps

The Bone Clocks, the sixth novel from David Mitchell, is quite simply as stunning and beautiful as all five books he's released prior to this one. This is where the simplicity ends.

September 1, 2014

Fathers and Sons and Newspapers: Cold Type by Harvey Araton

In Cold Type, his first novel, Araton makes a strong debut as he reveals the inner workings of a newspaper strike, based on The Daily News strike of the early 1990s.

August 30, 2014

Keep Summer Hot: 5 Novels to Raise the Temperature

Just because we’re face-to-face with Labor Day, which traditionally signifies the end of summer, doesn’t mean your reading list has to freeze over with the dropping temperatures.

August 28, 2014

Commit to Flings by Justin Taylor

Justin Taylor's new collection, Flings, is one of those short story collections that comes along, maybe once every year or every few years, and exemplifies the form, reaffirming the idea that particularly skilled writers can use short fiction to create something fully formed and essential. Some stories in this collection span lifetimes while others exist […]