Sold on a Monday follows in the footsteps of
Orphan Train and
Before We Were Yours. Lisa Wingate, the author of
Before We Were Yours, spoke with McMorris about her new novel.
"It's a cornucopia of delights, really. It's a vivacious, sparkling witty, imaginative book," said Lisa Appignanesi, chair of the Man Booker International Prize committee, announcing this year's winner, Olga Tokarczuk's Flights.Read more
If Oklahoma City didn’t strike me as a place that would make a particularly interesting subject of a 400-page “biography,” I probably wouldn’t be alone. Apologies to every Oklahoman: We’d all be wrong.Read more
Disgraced dukes, billionaires hiding in Maine, small-town police officers, and more fill the pages of these long romance series perfect for longer autumn nights.
Want to challenge yourself to read more adventurously, or to explore new trends in fiction? Short stories are the place to start.Read more
Kate Alice Marshall's novel is one of my favorites this summer; a gritty wilderness story of survival and revenge that kept me on the edge of my seat all the way through. Marshall shares her thoughts on what makes a character survive.
Behind every great writer there's a great cat—Willis, Crazy Alice, Tobimaru, Smucky, and Fred the Black Cat are just a few. Writers and Their Cats presents 45 celebrated authors, their mewling muses, and the inspirational roles they play in the world of arts and letters—even if that means just being cute.Read more
For the two young heroines of this sensuous historical novel, “Music is a way to be seen and heard in a world that tries, again and again, to discount and demean them. Music is their weapon and their solace.”Read more