Author Essay

The Two Lives of Eleanor

Jason Gurley on the life cycle of his novel Eleanor and connecting with readers in myriad ways.

By Jason Gurley
Your Reading Life

Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One’s Looking)

Our personal data has been used to spy on us, hire and fire us, and sell us stuff we don’t need. In Dataclysm, Christian Rudder uses it to show us who we truly are.

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Your Reading Life

How to Tell a Bedtime Story

Do you have a bedtime tradition with your kids? A story they never tired of hearing? Let's share in the comments!

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Article

“All of the Best Living Happens on the Edges” Says Character in The Moon Sisters

Do you think "all the best living happens on the edges"? Tell us why or why not in a comment!

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Author Essay

The Coen Brothers Should Make
O, Africa! Into a Movie

"This audacious novel encompasses not merely the essence of America and the art of moviemaking, but the nature of time. To bring this full circle, maybe the Coen brothers could adapt the vision of the Grand brothers for the big screen.” –Kirkus (starred review)

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Article

Think Mommie Dearest meets Psycho

Everything is just perfect in the Hurst household . . . or that’s what Josephine Hurst would like people to think.

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Author Interview

5 Best Beach Reads for Fans of Literary Suspense

"My novel Bittersweet is my attempt to write the kind of books I love to read when I’m on vacation," says Miranda Beverly-Whittemore.

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Article

Reader’s Guide for Stuck in the Middle with You

New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Finney Boylan returns with a remarkable memoir about gender and parenting that discusses how families are shaped and the difficulties and wonders of being human.

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