Author Essay

What I Learned on Barkham Street

Author Susan Perabo on the children's books that remain with her today.

By SUSAN PERABO • 4 years ago
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4 Hot Tips for a Bodice-Ripping Valentine’s Day

This Harlequin romance writer reveals all...

By Susan Mallery • 4 years ago
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Read the First Chapter of Arcadia by Iain Pears

Three interlocking worlds. Four people looking for answers. But who controls the future—or the past?

By IAIN PEARS • 4 years ago
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Read a Hilarious Excerpt from American Housewife

Author Helen Ellis gives us a darkly comedic answer to the question “What do housewives do all day?”

By HELEN ELLIS • 4 years ago
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10 Books Brimming With Family Secrets

Anyone who's ever read a novel rife with family drama knows, it's nearly impossible to keep a secret hidden—especially from those who share your lineage.

By YONA ZELDIS MCCDONOUGH • 4 years ago
Author Essay

A Writer’s Retreat

Author Howard Jacobson gives Read It Forward a peek into his glass-enclosed writing space in London.

By Howard Jacobson • 4 years ago
Author Essay

The Accidental Memoir: On Writing, Grieving and the Virtues of Navel-Gazing

An author's reflection on writing her memoir, the genre's tarnished reputation, and the powerful connections she's made with readers.

By Deedra Climer • 4 years ago
Author Essay

Three Authors, One Book: On Writing Together

New York Times bestselling authors Karen White, Beatriz Williams, and Lauren Willig share how three authors worked together to write one sweeping work of suspenseful historical fiction.

By KAREN WHITE, BEATRIZ WILLIAMS, LAUREN WILLIG • 4 years ago