April 22, 2016

A Refreshing Take on Depression

In her depression survival guide, Jacqueline Novak doesn’t approach anything with kid gloves.

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April 21, 2016

Must-read Hungarian Fiction by Magda Szabo

American readers are missing out on great books that haven’t been translated to English. Lucky for us, The Door has arrived Stateside.

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April 20, 2016

An Epic Journey Across the United States (Because Why Not?)

Ken Ilgunas is no stranger to crazy-but-amazing endeavors and shares his latest epic journey in Trespassing Across America.

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April 19, 2016

Days of Publishing Yore: Three-Martini Lunch

Suzanne Rindell’s latest novel, Three-Martini Lunch, is a rollicking ride through the 1960s world of book publishing – with a twist.

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April 18, 2016

Curtis Sittenfeld's Satirical New Twist on Pride and Prejudice

A bold literary experiment, Eligible is a brilliant, playful, and delicious saga for the twenty-first century.

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April 17, 2016

On a New YA Novel and the Glory of the Genre

What do I love most about young adult literature? That’s easy: Young Adult novels can tackle tough topics without flinching, in an honest way a lot of adult stories don’t. Case in point: The Great American Whatever.

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April 16, 2016

The Last from the Deacons of Bourbon Street

Maisey Yates is the last romance writer to take the handlebars in the hot, multi-author Deacons of Bourbon Street series.

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