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The Best Mysteries & Thrillers of January


It has been cold in Seattle. East Coast cold. The upside is that 1. there's snow on the mountains, and 2.

Discover Who Christine Feehan Is Reading...


Whether you read Christine Feehan's GhostWalker books, Leopard series, Dark Carpathians, or Sea Haven novels, you always know you're in for a lot of action, a lot of love, and a huge, imaginatively told story.

National Book Critics Circle Announces 2016 Finalists


On Tuesday, January 17, the National Book Critics Circle listed the finalists for their award for outstanding books published in 2016.

Brave New Writers: SF & Fantasy Authors Recommend Talented Newcomers You Shouldn't Miss


Few moments are as magical as finding a new author whose work weaves into your thoughts and dreams long after you've finished reading his or her book.

In the Footsteps of the Flâneuse


In Kathleen Rooney's novel, Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk, one of our picks for the Best Books of January, our heroine wends her way to a New Year's party on the eve of 1985.

A Day to Celebrate


Today we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. and 2017 is a particularly good year to reflect on how far we've come and also how far we still have to go.  While our educational system is slow in catching up, children's books are getting with the times and bringing diversity to the page at a much faster pace.

A Day to Celebrate


Today we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. and 2017 is a particularly good year to reflect on how far we've come and also how far we still have to go.  While our educational system is slow in catching up, children's books are getting with the times and bringing diversity to the page at a much faster pace.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: "Now What Do We Do to Fix This Thing?"


To mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we are reprinting this article originally published on July 29, 2016.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: "Now What Do We Do to Fix This Thing?"


To mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we are reprinting this article originally published on July 29, 2016.

Weekend Reading


In this edition of Weekend Reading, people who eat people, poetry, and a quartet of seasonal stories by "Scotland's Nobel laureate-in-waiting." Jon Foro: Geez, you produce four articles about people getting eaten over the years, and all of a sudden your coworkers are calling you “the cannibal guy” and expecting you to look at every book that comes down the pike where someone or something is consuming unsanctioned meat.

Weekend Reading


In this edition of Weekend Reading, people who eat people, poetry, and a quartet of seasonal stories by "Scotland's Nobel laureate-in-waiting." Jon Foro: Geez, you produce four articles about people getting eaten over the years, and all of a sudden your coworkers are calling you “the cannibal guy” and expecting you to look at every book that comes down the pike where someone or something is consuming unsanctioned meat.

Books for People Who Want to Take Over the World


One of the top books on Amazon right now is Tools of the Titans by Timothy Ferriss. Ferriss is famous for hacking life and distilling success down to a few key steps or tools.

Books for People Who Want to Take Over the World


One of the top books on Amazon right now is Tools of the Titans by Timothy Ferriss. Ferriss is famous for hacking life and distilling success down to a few key steps or tools.

It's 2017: Start Doing Your Thing


In his 2016 memoir, Sixty Meters to Anywhere, Brendan Leonard asked this simple question: Is it more foolish to risk your life or risk wasting your life?

New Year, New Authors: Top Romance Novelists Recommend Up-and-Coming Writers


There's a breathless delight that voracious readers get when we turn the last page and think, "I have found a new writer whose books I plan to devour like all the chocolate cake that I've sworn not to eat...at least during January." And who better to help you find these up-and-coming talented authors than other romance writers who know a thing or two about the genre?

Best Books of the Month: Literature and Fiction


Here are a few of our favorite fiction titles for January. See more of our favorite fiction, and all of the Best Books of the Month.

Best Books of the Month: Nonfiction


Here are a few of our favorite nonfiction titles for January. See more of our nonfiction picks, and all of the Best Books of the Month.

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Books of January: Our Top 5 Picks


From fantastical folklore to genetic engineering, January brings a wealth of new fantasy and science fiction from veterans and newcomers alike.

From AbeBooks: The Gruesome Origins of Classic Fairy Tales


A version of this article originally appeared in AbeBooks' Reading Copy books blog.   The Gruesome Origins of Classic Fairy Tales by AbeBooks.com editor Jessica Doyle Once upon a time, long before Gus Gus and Prince Charming, fairy tales were brimming with murder and torture.

Weekend Reading


Strange (and creepy) events captured on VHS, a hacker's advice on how to be safe from people like himself, and re-creating the Big Bang in a laboratory are among the books our editors are reading this weekend.


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