Weekend reading

Reading is a good way to dial down the intensity of the world for a few hours. Most of the editors plan to do that this weekend.

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The best mysteries and thrillers of September

A missing socialite in Palm Beach; a missing mom in suburbia; a murder attempt in Paris; missing techies in the French Alps, and an art heist in Wyoming.

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Humans of New York's Brandon Stanton on new book, "Humans"

Brandon Stanton's new book, Humans, publishes on October 6 and here, he gives us his thoughts on storytelling, random subjects, and the "lens of conflict."

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An ode to California dreamin'

An incomplete collection of classic and contemporary novels that conjure the magic of California.

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Books we are talking about

It's good news and bad news this week.

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Start to finish: creating the illustrations for "Robobaby"

Caldecott award-winning author and illustrator David Wiesner lets us look over his shoulder at sketches and ideas (one of them from 2001: A Space Odessey) that became Robobaby.

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What to read after "Midnight Sun"

After reading Stephanie Meyer's epic, what book will grab your attention next? We have some suggestions....

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The best nonfiction of September

We noticed a trend in the nonfiction books we called out this month.

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Maria Hinojosa on her memoir "Once I Was You"

Emmy Award–winning journalist and anchor of NPR’s Latino USA, Maria Hinojosa, shares an original essay about writing her new memoir, "Once I Was You."

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Amazon's best books of September: This week's releases

The latest from Jodi Picoult; a therapist applauds her heroic patients; and a deep dive into how former generations have set Millennials up for failure.   

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2020 Dragon Award winners

Fans named their favorite sci-fi and fantasy books. See who won.

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Hispanic Heritage Month reads now in Kindle Unlimited

Use your Kindle Unlimited membership to download historical novels and fascinating nonfiction.

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An interview with Anne Helen Petersen on millennials

We named Can't Even one of our best books of the month and in this interview we talk to the author about millennial burnout, the pandemic, and being a "Lawn Dad."

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The National Book Award longlists

Congratulations to the authors, translators, and publishers of the 2020 National Book Award longlisted books!

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Leah Johnson on Reese Witherspoon’s first YA book club pick

We talked to debut author Leah Johnson about prom antics, speaking up, and having her book chosen by Reese Witherspoon.

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