April 16, 2015

Elizabeth Berg on George Sand: The Dream Lover

Elizabeth Berg takes on George Sand in this gorgeous work of historical fiction.

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April 15, 2015

An American Travel Memoir to Polish Off

Simon Majumdar’s Fed, White, and Blue is a new take on the classic tale of immigrating to America, incorporating food travel from all fifty states.

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April 14, 2015

Don't Miss the Transformative Power of Steven Millhauser's Stories

'Although I am an avid reader of both fiction and nonfiction, I must confess to having long neglected the short story genre ... However, I stand corrected and have completely changed my thinking on this matter after reading the masterful new book of short stories, Voices in the Night by Steven Millhauser.'

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April 13, 2015

New from Lisa Genova, Author of Still Alice: Inside the O'Briens

Lisa Genova, author of Still Alice, brings her medical expertise to her latest novel, Inside the O'Briens.

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April 12, 2015

Diversity in Teen Literature: None of the Above by I. W. Gregorio

In I. W. Gregorio’s debut Young Adult novel, None of the Above, Kristin Lattimer has a great life: she has a wonderful, handsome boyfriend, Sam; best friends, Faith and Vee; and she’s off to State next year on a running scholarship to study child development. As she decides to lose her virginity, her life takes a very interesting turn.

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April 11, 2015

A New Adult Debut Worth Checking Out: When Joss Met Matt

In this excerpt from Ellie Cahill’s When Joss Met Matt, we meet Joss and Matt, two longtime friends who have a little something more brewing.

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April 10, 2015

Why Is Surprise Important?

Surprise: Embrace the Unpredictable and Engineer the Unexpected by Tania Luna and LeeAnn Renninger, PhD, is a fascinating look at how we can handle and harness surprise in our work, relationships, and everyday lives. Take a peek inside the book for a pop quiz and more.

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