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

"Milkman" Delivers the Goods, Wins Man Booker Prize

Congratulations to Anna Burns, winner of one of literature's most prestigious awards.

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The Best History Books of October

October might be the best month of the year for history buffs.

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Here Is the Shortlist for the National Book Award for Young People's Literature

Five fantastic choices for Young People's Literature.

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National Book Awards Shortlist for Nonfiction Announced

The longlist has been whittled down to five. 

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National Book Awards Shortlist for Fiction Announced

Here is the shortlist for the National Book Award in Fiction.

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"Puppy Styled" - Pictures of Next Level Cuteness

How do you go from cute to cutest?

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Amazon Original Stories - Dark Corners

With Halloween around the corner, here's a surefire way to get yourself in the mood. 

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The Best Mysteries & Thrillers of September

Here are our favorite Mysteries & Thrillers of September.

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Weekend Reading

If variety is the spice of life, this list of weekend reading is very spicy.

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The Best History Books of September

Make history this month, or at least read some. 

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The National Book Awards Announces the Longlist for Nonfiction

Here is the NBA longlist for nonfiction. Fiction will be announced tomorrow.

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Books We Are Talking About

Here are some of the books we have been talking about this week. 

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Books We Are Talking About

Here are some of the books we have been talking about this week. 

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"Versions of Truth" - Lisa Gardner Talks to Author Hank Phillippi Ryan About Writing and Her New Novel

I listened to him practice his closing argument, and was utterly convinced that his client was innocent. But then I imagined, somewhere across town in Boston, the wife of the prosecutor listening to her husband give his closing argument. In which that very same defendant was guilty. They had used exactly the same evidence to come up with two polar opposite results. How can that be? And I thought... My book my book my book! -- Hank Phillippi Ryan

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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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