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December’s Can’t-Miss New Releases in Young Readers
The holiday season is upon us, which means decking those halls, wrapping presents, baking cookies, and making sure the kids have enough reading material to...
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December’s Intriguing New Releases in Mystery & Thrillers
The holiday season is packed full of travel, social obligations, and time with family and friends—so there’s no better time to have a page-turning...
This Week’s Biggest Books
The Fall publishing season has begun in earnest. This week alone we have great new books from Malcolm Gladwell, Stephen King, and J.D. Robb as well as the...
A Guest Post from Author J. R. Ward on
, the Final Chapter of the Black Dagger Brotherhood Legacy Series
The world of J. R. Ward‘s Black Dagger Brotherhood series is darkly thrilling and addictive, filled with characters that fans are voraciously eager...
The Best New Fiction of August 2019
Historical fiction fans have hit the jackpot this month. Two Cold War-era novels, a new series by Preston & Child centered on the infamous Donner...
May’s Best New Fiction
This month kicks off summer beach read season and we couldn’t be more delighted by the historical fiction and sweeping family sagas in our TBR pile....
15 New Vinyl Releases to Spin This Spring
After what felt like an endless winter, spring is finally here! At last, we can put our coats and hoodies away, open our windows, and get some sun on our...
5 of the Best New Memoirs of Spring
Memoirs offer readers the opportunity to take a journey through another human’s life. No matter how different the particulars of the...
March’s Best New Fiction
This month brings us tales of witches, espionage, and a Downton Abbey-esque love triangle, as well as an oral history of the dramatic break-up of a wildly...
February’s Best New Fiction
This month’s best books are all about love: love of siblings, love of spouses, love of work, love of children (both biological and adopted) and even love...
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...
January’s Best New Fiction
Kicking off 2019 is a Gilded Age story about the American heiress who scandalized two nations prior to giving birth to Winston Churchill, and three World...