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

Women Call the Shots in Jenna Glass’s Epic Fantasy “The Women’s War”

Veteran author Jenna Glass takes to epic fantasy with a reimagining of a world in which one spell upends the power hierarchy of gendered magic in ways no one fully expects.

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Weekend Reading

These four new books—and an SF classic—perch at the top of our editors’ TBR piles this spring weekend.

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E L James Battles Expectations and Exploitation with “The Mister”

Fifty Shades author E L James talks with us about her hopes about launching a brand-new romantic couple into the world with her just-released novel, The Mister.

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Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of April: 5 Top Picks

Five new science fiction and fantasy novels will have you ignoring the April flowers and glued to the page.

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The 2019 RITA Award Finalists for Romance Writing

The Romance Writers of America recently announced the finalists for the 2019 RITA Awards... and we call out some great authors that they missed.

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A Week Before the "Game of Thrones" Season Premiere, George R. R. Martin Shares What He's Got Cooking

George R. R. Martin catches us up on Wild Cards, Starport, The Winds of Winter, and more.

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The 2019 Hugo Award Nominees for the Best in Science Fiction

These SF books are in the running to be named the best of the year.

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5 Twisty Thrillers with Gasp-Worthy Endings

You'll never guess whodunit while reading these serpentine suspense novels.

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"A Memory Called Empire" and the Little Space Station That Could

A professor of Byzantine studies delivers one of the most remarkable SF novels of 2019 so far.

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Charlie Jane Anders Challenges the Definition of Humanity, One Book at a Time

Charlie Jane Anders follows her award-winning All the Birds in the Sky with a new sci-fi novel that questions what it means to be human. And it doesn't skimp on the feelings part either.

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Mel Robbins's Favorite Recent Reads

"Nothing settles me more than a really good read," says Mel Robbins, author of the motivating and bestselling The 5 Second Rule. See what Robbins is reading and loving lately.

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Harlan Coben's Favorite Recent Reads

Harlan Coben tells us what he's been reading and loving lately, even as his new thriller, Run Away, hits shelves this week.

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Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of March: 6 Top Picks

New books from award-winning authors, a Mars-set thriller, an ice age that threatens Earth, and dragons (so many dragons!) are among the best science fiction and fantasy books of March.

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National Book Critics Circle Award Winners

The National Book Critics Circle handed out awards for fiction, nonfiction, biography, autobiography, criticism, and poetry for outstanding books published in 2018.

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Samantha Shannon's Favorite Recent Reads

In between writing her own fantasy novels - including the recent bestseller and our own Best of the Month pick, The Priory of the Orange Tree - Samantha Shannon has been reading and loving these books.

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