June 18, 2013

On Relics and Love: A Q&A With Natalie Brown, Author of The Lovebird

Natalie Brown’s debut novel, The Lovebird, brings Margie Fitzgerald into the lives of readers. Here, she sits down with Everyday eBook to talk about Natalie's inspiration and more.

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June 17, 2013

Broken Family, Missing Boy: Is This Tomorrow? by Caroline Leavitt

Caroline Leavitt's latest novel turns on a single devastating moment: the disappearance of twelve-year-old Jimmy Reardon in 1956.

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June 16, 2013

Teen Angst Squared: Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan

If it has not been said before, John Green is today’s John Hughes, exploring – dare I say, celebrating – today’s teen angst. Though to call it “teen angst” seems to trivialize it, and to these kids it’s all consuming.

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June 15, 2013

Her Best Yet: Ruthie Knox’s Flirting with Disaster

Ruthie Knox never disappoints: There is always lots of humor, secondary characters that are very much a part of the story, and strong female characters. But Flirting with Disaster may be her most compelling story yet.

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June 14, 2013

Taking on Crazy Rich Asians: 6 Questions for Kevin Kwan

The author of the satirical new novel Crazy Rich Asians stopped by Everyday eBook to talk about Trollope, family, and, of course, crazy rich Asians.

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June 13, 2013

Art, Deception, and Degas: B. A. Shapiro's The Art Forger

In Shapiro's latest, an art forger takes on a new job -- and things don't go as planned.

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June 12, 2013

New Fiction from The Glass Castle Author: Jeannette Walls’ The Silver Star

The author of the bestselling memoir The Glass Castle brings us a brand-new novel, which is as mesmerizing as – but entirely different from – her first book

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