Chris Schluep
Chris Schluep
Chris spent more than a dozen years editing books in New York before moving west. He reads all the time, but there are certainly worse ways to make a living. Chris lives in Seattle with his wife, his two sons, and a cat named Little. Aside from reading, he enjoys fishing, writing, and cooking.

Recent posts by Chris

Books we are talking about

As we step into summer, here are the books the Amazon editors are talking about. 

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The best nonfiction of May

See the ones we loved in May.

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Weekend reading

Here are the books we are looking forward to reading this weekend. 

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On the podcast: 10 years of #1 picks

The Amazon Books editors explore their #1 picks from 2010 to today.

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Books we are talking about

Here are some of the books the Amazon editors are talking about this week. 

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The best history books of May

Here are our favorite history books of May.

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On the podcast: reading when you are home all the time

When you are home all day, how does reading fit in? Plus, we talk to Pamela Paul and Maria Russo about their book "How to Raise a Reader." It's one of the books I recommend most to parents.

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Talking to Mary Beth Keane, author of "Ask Again, Yes"

One of the breakout novels of 2019 has just come out in paperback.

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The most highly quotable nonfiction on Charts

When it comes to nonfiction on Charts, people like to highlight practical advice.

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Books we are talking about

A lot of books have been moved out of this early summer season, but there are still some great books being published. 

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Talking to Janelle Brown about her novel "Pretty Things"

We caught up with the best-selling author to talk about the twists and turns in her new psychological thriller. We also asked her about plans to bring the book to the screen. 

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On global warming: 5 books on a sometimes heated topic

Here is a list of books for people who are interested in learning more about the risks of climate change, what the world is doing about it, and what they can do personally.

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The best nonfiction of April

These books might make your life a little better.

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The best history books of April

Here are books to transport you to another time.

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Weekend reading

Here's what the Amazon editors are reading this weekend. 

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