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

Witches arise: Spellbinding reads now in Kindle Unlimited

If you’re a fan of supernatural fiction—or if you want nonfiction guidance on how to develop your own powers—try these five books currently in Kindle Unlimited that reveal new, otherworldly adventures.

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Book design trend: Put a bird on it

Everyone's newest backyard buddy is showing up on book covers this year. (No, not squirrels.)

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Science fiction & fantasy: Our editors’ recent favorites

Our editors name recent must-read SF and fantasy books they can't stop thinking about.

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Best science fiction and fantasy of August

Ranging from a space opera with echoes of Red Rising to a postapocalyptic tale of mercenary librarians, these new sci-fi and fantasy books will keep readers glued to the page.

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Glennon Doyle's 2020 summer reads

The best-selling author of Untamed shares the books she's been loving this summer, and why.

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Weekend reading

From Carl Hiaasen's newest novel to the prequel to The Pillars of the Earth, these are the upcoming fall reads we're spending time with this weekend.

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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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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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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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From Goodreads: “Mexican Gothic” takes readers into danger

Author Silvia Moreno-Garcia talks about her new gothic thriller, eugenics, perceptions of Mexico, and how horror deserves more respect.

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Katherine Center's 2020 summer reads

The author of Things You Save in a Fire and What You Wish For shares four "totally unputdownable books that just turn their own pages and expertly transport me somewhere—anywhere—else."

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Jonathan Kellerman’s 2020 summer reads

The author of the best-selling Alex Delaware mysteries shares his recommendations for the perfect summer read.

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Debbie Macomber's 2020 summer reads

Debbie Macomber recommends four heartwarming reads perfect for summer.

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Alone: Riveting sci-fi reads on isolation and survival

With killer clones and apocalyptic events, these science fiction novels put their isolated protagonists through the wringer.

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Best science fiction and fantasy of July

Escape to new worlds during your summer vacation or staycation with the Amazon Books editors' favorite new sci-fi and fantasy reads of the month.

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