Talking to author Emily Beyda about her debut thriller "The Body Double"

In Beyda's debut thriller, a young woman is recruited to act as a body double for a famous actress.

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Classics with happy endings, for readers needing a little levity right now

Spoiler alert: All's well that ends well in these handful of classics, and that's the kind of story I'm craving right now. Maybe you are too.

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Weekend reading

We're escaping to other worlds this weekend through stories about a journey in and out of hell's library, a soul-searching exploration of identity in India, the theater scene in 1940s New York, and more.

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"More Myself" - A conversation with Alicia Keys

I'm happy to report that her memoir is as real as her music.

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7 armchair travel books to make you glad to be at home

For those mourning canceled vacations, these true-life adventures with venomous snakes, capsizing boats, frostbite, and dangerous locals might convince you that home is actually not so bad a place to be.

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Here is the 2020 International Booker Prize Shortlist


Celebrating a single work of fiction translated into English and published in the UK or Ireland (all of which, are conveniently available in the US).

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6 books to lure teens away from TikTok

For those of us with a TikTok/YouTube/video game obsessed teen at home, here are some books that just might capture their attention.

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Organizing your bookshelves? This is how 8 authors do it

Bestselling authors like Lily King, Dean Koontz, Elizabeth Gilbert, Brit Bennett, Veronica Roth, and others share how they organize their beloved books.

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7 mysteries set in the world of books

For those of us who miss being able to visit a bookstore, these thrillers set in the world of books may be the next best thing.

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Bored Books

Cooped-up and feeling restless? Maybe this is the perfect time to tap into your creative side. These books can help.

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Home science for kids: sample experiments from Kate the Chemist

Popular science entertainer Kate the Chemist shares two STEM based activities from her new book.

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TJ Klune on his remarkable “The House in the Cerulean Sea”

Mix together six magical children (including the son of Lucifer), an island-bound orphanage, and the straightlaced caseworker who comes to investigate them. Lots could go wrong, but TJ Klune also shows us what could go right.

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Harlan Coben talks about "The Boy from the Woods"

Harlan Coben has a blast of adrenaline for all of us couch potatoes.

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Weekend reading

Here's a look at some of the books keeping us company this weekend.

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9 'white whale' reading projects

Epic long novels that are fantastic and worth the time and attention. 

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