March 5, 2014

Surfing, Surviving, and Evolution: A Memoir

By his own admission, in his new memoir, The Great Floodgates of the Wonderworld, it was three years spent living in Brooklyn that turned Justin Hocking into an ‘ocean-obsessed surfer and environmentalist.’

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March 4, 2014

The Dark Seed of a Story, by Therese Walsh

Therese Walsh, the author of the brand-new novel The Moon Sisters, shares with us the difficult tale of the inspiration for her book.

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March 3, 2014

Slender and Strong: Lorrie Moore's Latest Collection

Lorrie Moore's name carries enough weight in the literary world that she can publish more or less at her leisure. Finally, we have her latest, Bark.

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March 2, 2014

2 YA Novels for the Not Faint of Heart

Author Daniel Kraus’ writing is well-crafted and compelling, and it is nothing if not dark; indeed his storytelling is the kind that keeps you awake at night.

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March 1, 2014

Pierce Brown’s Red Rising: Your Dystopia Fatigue Cure

For those of you who are suffering from dystopian fatigue (we get it, life sucks in the future and it’s super depressing), you’ll feel like you’ve had a big cup of delicious coffee after reading Red Rising by Pierce Brown.

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February 28, 2014

An Academy Awards Reader: 5 Books That Inspired Best Pictures Past

A look back at five books that inspired Academy Award nominated films of years past.

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February 27, 2014

Buttering the Bread: 3 Questions for Michelle Wildgen

No stranger to writing about the culinary word, Michelle Wildgen joins us at the Everyday eBook table to talk birth order, gender roles, and more.

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