Bookshelf

The Price of Luxury: 18 Books about Capitalism and Clothes

Barbara Bourland, author of I'll Eat When I'm Dead, shares what she read while writing her forthcoming murder mystery set at a fashion magazine.

By BARBARA BOURLAND
Article

A Novel Told Through Office Memos, Emails, Articles, and Divorce Papers

Witty and wonderful, sparkling and sophisticated, this debut romantic comedy brilliantly tells the story of one very messy, very high-profile divorce, and the endearingly cynical young lawyer dragooned into handling it.

By • 2 years ago
Your Reading Life

Top 10 Literary Halloween Costumes

[Editor's note: Here's a fun article we shared last year ... #TBT Halloween edition!] Who says only the children get to dress up? For your reading pleasure, I’m listing my favorite 10 literary Halloween costumes for the bookish prankster in all of us.

By • 2 years ago
Your Reading Life

10 Surprisingly Spooky BOOks!

[Editor's note: Here's a fun article we shared last year ... #TBT Halloween edition!] Readers Beware: not all these novels appear spooky at first: but as we’ve learned, it’s not fair to judge a book by its cover—much less its synopsis.

By • 2 years ago
Article

Survival of the Geekiest: Get the Reader’s Guide for The Martian

Debut novelist and self-proclaimed space nerd Andy Weir manages to make every moment of astronaut Mark Watney’s outer-space ordeal painstakingly realistic and believable.

By • 2 years ago
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