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6 Short Story Collections to Look Forward to in 2019
Fiction readers who overlook short stories are missing out. Not only do some of our best writers get started in the form before moving on to novels (think...
August’s Best New Fiction
This month’s best new work includes the second book of the Half-Drowned King Viking fantasy trilogy, a portrait of a Midwest town in decline, a debut...
May’s Best New Fiction
Beach Read Queens, assemble! May brings us fresh fare from Dorothea Benton Frank, Mary Kay Andrews, and Mary Alice Monroe, aka your go-to authors for sand,...
A Book for Every Kind of Mom
Every mother is different, and those of us with a good mom in our lives know how lucky we are to have her. While it can take an entire lifetime to truly...
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The First Barnes & Noble Book Club Selection Read Now and Join Us in Stores on May 2
People think of reading as a solitary activity—curling up with a book in a lonesome spot, a cup of tea nearby, a cat or two napping in your lap. But one...
25 Books You Probably Should Have Read Already
In life, there are things you could do, things you should do, and things you must do. These same categories apply to your choice of what to read next. You...
10 Books That Will Remind You of Your Childhood
There’s nothing quite like the experience of reading as a child. Whether under the covers with a flashlight or sitting under a shady tree, we remember...
50 Novels That Changed Novels
The novel has been the dominant form of literature for centuries, evolving and changing in exciting, unexpected ways over the years. Just when you think we...
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Author and B&N Discover Pick Mandy Berman Recommends Coming-of-Age Must-Reads
Mandy Berman’s debut novel, Perennials, is a sharp and smart coming-of-age story about nostalgia, adolescent longing, and the enduring power of female...
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5 Things You Need to Know about the New Oprah’s Book Club Selection,
Behold the Dreamers
When you’re living in an age of Peak Entertainment, there’s one big problem: choice. Having too many fantastic books to read is a much better problem...
A Summer Break Reading Guide for All Ages
Summer means different things to different people, depending on their age, their life situation, their life goals—and their reading habits. Some folks...
June’s Best New Fiction
Who needs travel plans when this month’s books take us to Martha’s Vineyard, Philly, 19th-century Britain, India, Scotland, France, Italy, and China?...