Books we are talking about

This week we're talking about all kinds of books.

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Susan Mallery's 2020 summer reads

Susan Mallery, author of feel-good novels such as The Friendship List, shares four books that have kept her intrigued and entertained this summer.

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An interview with "Migrations" author Charlotte McConaghy

The author of our Spotlight Pick for August talks about her book, the research, and people who roam.

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Stephenie Meyer: “Midnight Sun,” tiny type & a YA obsession

We asked Stephenie Meyer a few questions about her long awaited novel, Midnight Sun, and revisited a Q&A from the year Twilight released.

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Upcoming book-to-film adaptations

Award-winning literary fiction, a white-knuckle thriller, and one of the most epic science fiction sagas ever. That's just a sampling of the books we're excited to see making the leap to the screen between now and Christmas.

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Lois Lowry's 2020 summer reads

Lois Lowry shares the summer reads she can't put down.

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Amazon's best books of August

This year has been a disappointment in many ways, but not where great reads are concerned. Once again we felt compelled to extend our typical list of top ten favorites to twelve, and we're delighted to share them with you.

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The best nonfiction books of 2020 so far

If you're curious about a variety of subjects, this is the book list for you.

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Taye Diggs on why representation matters in kids' books

"Things would have been so much easier for me if I’d had more characters in books that looked like me." Taye Diggs on how necessary representation is in kids literature.

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2020’s Hugo Award winners

One of science fiction’s most influential awards named the winners of the best works published in 2019—and a lot of our editors’ favorites are on the list.

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Andrew Child's 2020 summer reads

Dial D for deception? Or maybe E for espionage? Either way, the man about to take over one of the biggest series in the mystery category has let us in on his summer reading picks, and we love them.

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David Nicholls doesn’t believe in “the one who got away”

The author of Sweet Sorrow and One Day answers our questions about Shakespeare, his past as an actor, and the power of nostalgia.

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Don't judge a book by its title

Don't let a weird title turn you off from a great read.

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Weekend reading

This weekend we're reading up on houseplants, checking out a highly praised new novel, and looking ahead to some of what September has to offer.

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Remembering John Lewis (1940-2020)

Congressman John Lewis passed away on Friday, July 17, 2020, leaving behind a hard-won legacy of fighting for equality and of teaching younger generations about the Civil Rights movement through his graphic memoir series, March.

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