Author Essay

How Writing My Book Helped Me Work Through Shame

Laura Sibson, author of The Art of Breaking Things, explores healing after abuse—with her protagonist, Skye.

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Author Essay

In Praise of Reliable Narrators

Author Cristina Alger insists we need reliable female narrators in fiction, now more than ever.

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6 Thrillers That Hinge on Split-Second Decisions

Stay on the edge of your seat as characters face life-changing decisions.

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8 Books to Banish Burnout

From cathartic fiction to moving manifestos, these are must-reads to get through your burnout cycle.

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Author Essay

A Novel About Good Love Born Out of Grief

Claire Lombardo, author of The Most Fun We Ever Had, recounts the healing process of writing her debut.

By CLAIRE LOMBARDO • 2 years ago
Author Essay

How Books Make Us Feel Less Alone

The author of How Could She remembers finding hope (and glamour) in the Vintage Contemporaries.

By LAUREN MECHLING • 2 years ago
Author Essay

How Reading Improves Your Health

Ayaz Virji, family physician and author of Love Thy Neighbor, on why books are the new apple a day.

By AYAZ VIRJI • 2 years ago
Author Essay

Keeping My Dad’s Legacy Alive

Beau L'Amour introduces Louis L'Amour's Lost Treasures, a series celebrating the American storyteller.

By BEAU L'AMOUR • 2 years ago