Six Novels for a Book Hangover

We’ve all been there before. You finish devouring a novel that is so moving and so sublime you literally can’t move on from the book. You’re ensnared in the storyline still, though the book is through. You can’t stop thinking about the characters. You have to remind yourself again and again that this is merely… Read More »

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The Secret Sister Excerpt

1 Maisey Lazarow’s brother met her at the ferry—alone. Part of her, a big part, was grateful her mother wasn’t with him. Even after ten years, Maisey wasn’t ready to confront the autocratic and all-powerful “queen” of Fairham, South Carolina. The fact that Josephine hadn’t deigned to come with Keith made it clear Maisey would… Read More »

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‘Til Death Do Us Write? The Posthumous Careers of Famous Authors

Terry Pratchett died in March, but that didn’t mean there wouldn’t be additional books from the author. The Long Utopia was released in June, and The Shepherd’s Crown, slated for release later this summer, will be the last of his beloved Discworld series. However, his daughter has stated that there will be no more Discworld… Read More »

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If You Like…

When packing your bags for summer vacation, the books you choose to take are just as important as remembering your swimsuit. But whether you’re bringing print books or loading your eReader, no one wants to waste a perfect beach-read opportunity on a book they won’t love. Since it’s always easier to pick your next read… Read More »

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