Shop this article on Amazon.com The Hand That Feeds You by A.J. Rich We hope we whet your appetite on Wednesday with part one of July���s Best Books of the Month.
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Shop this article on Amazon Nemesis by Catherine Coulter The Strange Visitation at Wolffe Hall by Catherine Coulter Catherine Coulter's highly anticipated new suspense novel Nemesis, featuring Special Agents Lacey Sherlock and Cal McLain, is the latest in her bestselling FBI series and publishes on July 7.
Shop this article on Amazon Aurora by Kim Stanley Robinson Sci-fi master Kim Stanley Robinson famously sent explorers to other planets in his Mars series and 2312.
I recently wrote that fly-fishing is really hard. Well, fly-fishing ain't got nothing on surfing. Last year, I visited Dave Callanan, a friend and former editor here, at his home in Santa Barbara.
Shop this article on Amazon.com Circling the Sun by Paula McLain We always try to find a range of favorites for our Best Books of the Month list – and we think we’ve done a particularly good job for July. From the great old fashioned yarn that is Circling the Sun to the Bill Bryson-ish nonfiction feat, The Oregon Trail, here are the first five of our top ten.
Shop this article on Amazon.com Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella There's been a growing trend among well-established authors of adult fiction to try writing YA for the first time and last month Sophie Kinsella threw her hat in the ring with Finding Audrey. We loved it's blend of humor and heart so much it was our spotlight pick for June's Best YA Books of the Month. I recently sent Kinsella a handful of questions via email and here's what she had to say about writing YA, her bookshelf order, a living author she'd like to meet, and more...
Shop this article on Amazon.com The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen One of our favorite books so far this year is Viet Thanh Nguyen's debut novel The Sympathizer, a book with one of the best first sentences of any you will come across (more on that later).
What is the only thing better than a new book by one of your favorite authors? Discovering a brand-new writer to add to your list of favorite authors.
Shop this article on Amazon In the Country by Mia Alvar Mia Alvar’s In the Country is one of the more compelling story collections I’ve read in years.
The Locus Awards for the best in science fiction and fantasy were announced on June 27th during a strikingly warm Saturday in Seattle.
Shop this article on Amazon.com The Complete Eightball by Daniel Clowes Cartoonist Daniel Clowes has won every major comics award several times over, including the Eisner, Ignatz, and Harvey, and his career earned a PEN Literary Award for Outstanding Body of Work in Graphic Lit in 2011.
Shop this article on Amazon.com Second Chance Summer by Jill Shalvis Author Jill Shalvis has wowed legions of readers with her sassy, small-town contemporary romances.
Shop this article on Amazon Seveneves by Neal Stephenson We spoke with Neal Stephenson in person at BookExpo America shortly after the release of his space/science epic, Seveneves, which the Amazon editors selected as one of the Best Books of the Month.
Shop this article on Amazon.com Circling the Sun by Paula McLain Summer has officially begun, and if the humidity hasn’t proven that to you yet, the clogged roads to anyplace slightly less citified surely will. At this time of year, I tend to take less care with the clothes I pack than with the books, which (no matter the form) have to be plentiful.
Shop this article on Amazon.com In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume Anytime a Judy Blume book is released, it's cause for celebration.
We like Best Of lists. We like Best Of lists so much that it's too much to ask of us to hold off on Best of 2015 selections until the end of 2015, so this morning we're happy to announce our choices for the Best Books of the Year So Far.
Shop this article on Amazon.com Saint Mazie by Jami Attenberg Jami Attenberg’s Saint Mazie is our Best of the Month Spotlight Pick for June.
If you know who Allen Klein is, you probably know him as the manager who broke up the Beatles and bilked the Stones.
Feeling adrift after the end of Game of Thrones Season 5? Yearning for devious political gamesmanship, more dragons, or a fascinating world to throw yourself into?