Jacqueline Holland’s first novel, The God of Endings, is a sensational story we can’t stop raving about — perfect for fans of The Historian and The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue. With brilliant prose and a deep exploration of whether life is a gift or a curse, you’ll lose yourself in this suspenseful story that will linger in your heart for as long as Collette LeSange is alive. Keep reading for a Q&A with Jacqueline Holland about writing, art, and culture!
Brunch is great, chocolates and flowers are lovely, but for a gift that keeps you talking (and debating) long after Mother’s Day, consider buying a book for your mom, and a copy for yourself, for a buddy read that celebrates your bond. These recent selections center on fascinating women both real and fictional—and discussing them […]
The best book club books invite discussion, reflection, and arguments—er, I mean, spirited debate. Whether you enjoy family dramas and beach reads, or sweeping historical fiction and fantasy, these books will keep you chatting way past the end of the meeting.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day—and the perfect time to year to read a love story. But our tastes in romantic tales vary as much as our dating profiles: sometimes we want our literary lovers to make us laugh, and just as often, we need a really good cry. Whether your tastes tend toward the lighthearted or […]
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, surf, love, and family drama. Danielle Steel’s newest depicts a work-based family behind the scenes at a TV show, Michael Ondaatje offers up a coming-of-age mystery, and Christopher Buckley […]