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Discovering New Ways to Reach Readers: An Interview with Emma Chase

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Discovering New Ways to Reach Readers: An Interview with Emma Chase

To celebrate our awesome community of NOOK authors, as well as the recent launch of the NOOK Press print platform, we’re talking each month with...
Powering Your Writing Through Discovery: An Interview with Bryce Moore

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Powering Your Writing Through Discovery: An Interview with Bryce Moore

For better or for worse, our memories shape who are. So imagine having the power to steal them from other people—from the memories they cherish, to...
From Major Publishing Contracts to Self-Published Freedom: An Interview with Kate Perry

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From Major Publishing Contracts to Self-Published Freedom: An Interview with Kate Perry

To celebrate our awesome community of NOOK authors, as well as the recent launch of the NOOK Press print platform, we’re talking each month with...
On The Girls and the Search for the Extreme: An Interview with Emma Cline

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On The Girls and the Search for the Extreme: An Interview with Emma Cline

Emma Cline’s debut novel, The Girls, has been on our must-read list since its acquisition was announced in 2014 following a massive bidding war....
“Show Up to Whatever You’re Invited to”: An Interview with Trish Cook

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“Show Up to Whatever You’re Invited to”: An Interview with Trish Cook

For every movie made, there are hundreds—maybe thousands—of movies that didn’t get made. Great screenplays pile up on laptops and in files,...
The Uninvited Author Cat Winters Talks Ghosts, Romance, and All That Jazz

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The Uninvited Author Cat Winters Talks Ghosts, Romance, and All That Jazz

Morris Award finalist Cat Winters loves a good ghost story. Her knockout young adult debut, In the Shadow of Blackbirds, tackled World War I, the...
The Incomparable Judy Blume Talks Diary-Keeping, Creative Lightning Bolts, and In the Unlikely Event

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The Incomparable Judy Blume Talks Diary-Keeping, Creative Lightning Bolts, and In the Unlikely Event

Judy Blume is tiny, lovely, and perennially smiling, and when I first laid eyes on her, I thought I might cry. All my long-dormant feelings about Margaret...
Ample Riches of Every Sort: An Interview with Erica Jong

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Ample Riches of Every Sort: An Interview with Erica Jong

For more than 40 years, Erica Jong has been giving voice to the hearts and hopes of millions of readers. She is a poet, a storyteller, a defrocked...
5 Questions for Ruby Author Cynthia Bond

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5 Questions for Ruby Author Cynthia Bond

Despite its gruesome subject matter—sexual violence, pedophilia, and brutal racism—Cynthia Bond’s debut novel, Ruby, is beautiful and uplifting,...
When Your Book Becomes a Movie: A Talk with Stephen Amidon

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When Your Book Becomes a Movie: A Talk with Stephen Amidon

American author Stephen Amidon’s dark slice of Americana, Human Capital, caught the attention of Italian director Paolo Virzì, whose film version, Il...

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Evangeline Lilly’s The Squickerwonkers Is a Creepy, Crawly Delight

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Evangeline Lilly’s The Squickerwonkers Is a Creepy, Crawly Delight

You may know her from her roles as Kate Austen in Lost or the elf Tauriel in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy, but Evangeline Lilly is now adding...
Blue Lily, Lily Blue Author Maggie Stiefvater Tells Us What She’d Wish For From A Magical King

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Blue Lily, Lily Blue Author Maggie Stiefvater Tells Us What She’d Wish For From A Magical King

More than once, while reading Blue Lily, Lily Blue, I paused to silently thank Maggie Stiefvater for making the Raven Cycle a four-book series. After...

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