Paperback Thursday: The Muralist

No Comments This week for Paperback Thursday: The Muralist by B. A. Shapiro. This story of art and intrigue, of family and immigration, of politics and activism is set in 1940, but it will feel fresh for…

READ MORE

Paperback Thursday: Only Love Can Break Your Heart

No Comments No Comments We’ve started featuring different paperback books every Thursday. This week, we’re getting ready for Valentine’s Day with Only Love Can Break Your Heart by Ed Tarkington. “Love can make people do terrible things.” Welcome to…

READ MORE

Welcome to Paperback Thursday!

No Comments No Comments Our featured books this week are brand new in paperback: The Good Negress by A.J. Verdelle and We Love You, Charlie Freeman by Kaitlyn Greenidge. The Good Negress by A.J. Verdelle  ometimes the greatest source…

READ MORE

Enter for a Chance to Win The Second Mrs. Hockaday

1 Comment 1 Comment After uncovering a court inquest from 1865 in her local library’s History Room, author Susan Rivers wrote her debut novel almost in a fever. “I was electrified by the plight of this young woman and…

READ MORE

The Atomic Weight of Love: Beyond the Book

No Comments No Comments In honor of National Bird Day, here are some fascinating facts that go Beyond the Book courtesy of BookBrowse.com and article author Rebecca Foster.  In Elizabeth Church’s debut novel, The Atomic Weight of Love,…

READ MORE

From Pumpkinflowers: Chocolate Corn Flakes

1 Comment 1 Comment Matti Friedman‘s book Pumpkinflowers recounts an unnamed war on a small hilltop in Lebanon in the 1990s, a hill guarded by a band of young Israeli soldiers. Though the war has nearly been lost to…

READ MORE

Book Clubs: Enter for a Chance to Win The Muralist

5 Comments 5 Comments Your book club loved The Art Forger, and now it’s time to pick your next great read. New York Times bestselling author B.A. Shapiro returns with a new book about art and intrigue that will…

READ MORE

Celebrate Bastille Day with These Books

No Comments No Comments A very happy Bastille Day to you, or as the French would say, bonne fête nationale! Whether you’re obsessed with all things French or you’ve just seen Les Miserables too many times, July 14 is…

READ MORE

Enter for a Chance to Win The Peculiar Miracles of Antoinette Martin

No Comments No Comments Debut author Stephanie Knipper‘s deeply moving novel about family and sacrifice, The Peculiar Miracles of Antoinette Martin, comes out this August, and we’re offering you a chance to win an advance copy. Enter by filling…

READ MORE

Enter for a Chance To Win As Good as Gone

1 Comment 1 Comment If you’ve read any of Larry Watson’s outstanding novels (Montana 1948, anyone?), then you know why we are so excited to share with his newest, As Good as Gone, with you. If you haven’t read…

READ MORE