Adrian Liang
Adrian Liang
Adrian is an East Coast transplant to the gorgeous Northwest. One of the fortunate few who has parlayed her English degree into a paying gig, Adrian has been working in the book world for more than twenty years, which makes her feel both a tiny bit old and very, very lucky.

Recent posts by Adrian

Marie Force on the Beauty of the Long Series

The challenges and joys of writing a long series that readers love.

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Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of April: 7 Top Picks

Mars, mad kings, robots who get their heads ripped off for sport, and a galaxy-wide singing competition to determine the fate of the human race are featured among our favorite new science fiction and fantasy books of April.

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Poetry: r.h. Sin's "She Felt Like Feeling Nothing"

This month, poet r.h. Sin releases a new collection, "She Felt Like Feeling Nothing." Here's one poem about the weathering of heartbreak. Happy National Poetry Month!

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Kevin Hearne on Druids, Bards, Farm Boys and More

As Kevin Hearne concludes his nine-volume Iron Druid Chronicles (plus novellas and short stories), we talk about what's next...including his hilarious new collaboration with Delilah S. Dawson.

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Damian Dibben's Top Six Literary Dogs

Six dogs—real and fictional—who have influenced the core of Western literature.

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Poetry: Najwa Zebian's "Mind Platter"

This week for National Poetry month, we showcase a small but mighty poem from Lebanese-Canadian writer Najwa Zebian.

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Best Romances of April: 7 Top Picks

Seven of our favorite April romances bring us honey badgers, cat burglars, and au pairs.

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Weekend Reading

Yo, winter--time's up. Time to give spring a turn. While we wait for the seasons to get their act together, we're curling up with these books that are sure to perk up our weekend.

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2018 Hugo Award Finalists

Members of the World Science Fiction Convention announced the finalists for the Hugo Awards, with the winners to be announced in August.

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Shelly Laurenston on "Hot and Badgered"

Paranormal romance author Shelly Laurenston talks with us about shape-shifting honey badgers, Monty Python, and dragons.

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"A Heck of a Lot of Fun": Ernest Cline on the Film Adaptation of "Ready Player One"

"Ready Player One" author and screenwriter Ernest Cline talks with us about working with Steven Spielberg to bring the book's vision to moviegoers.

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RITA Award Finalists Announced for the Best in Romance

This week the Romance Writers of America named the finalists for their RITA Awards, one of the most prestigious awards in the romance industry. Read on to discover which books made the cut.

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Jesse "The Lord" Ward Is Back! Talking with Jodi Ellen Malpas about "With This Man"

After twelve years of marriage, Jesse "The Lord" Ward and Ava Ward are still going strong. But when Ava loses her memories in a car crash, Jesse has to woo her all over again. Jodi Ellen Malpas talks with us about getting inside Jesse's head in her newest novel, "With This Man."

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Sabotage! 7 Books That Will Make You Even More Worried about Infiltration

Concerned about enemies taking over the power grid or our nuclear facilities? These seven books won't reassure you, but at least you'll finally put together a good bug-out bag.

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Never Give Up: Shobha Rao on the Core of Hope in "Girls Burn Brighter"

How and why Shobha Rao's novel "Girls Burn Brighter" broke and then mended our hearts on its way to becoming our pick for the best book of March.

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