Seira Wilson
Seira Wilson
Seira can’t remember a time when she wasn’t infatuated with reading--19 years in the book industry later, her house is brimming with shelves upon shelves of memoirs, cookbooks, coffee table books, all manner of fiction, and an insane number of children's books and YA novels. Don’t judge, just borrow a book.

Recent posts by Seira

Tuesday Night Dinner with Christopher Kimball

Milk Street's Christopher Kimball shares a favorite recipe from his latest cookbook: Milk Street: Tuesday Nights, one of our picks for the best cookbooks of 2018.

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It's Almost Thanksgiving: Nonna Teresa's Turkey Stracciatella Soup Recipe

With Thanksgiving coming up fast, this quick and satisfying soup from Cooking with Nonna: A Year of Italian Holidays will be a welcome addition to the menu.

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Books to Film: "Beautiful Boy" An Interview with David and Nic Sheff

With Beautiful Boy hitting theaters nationwide, we caught up with authors David and Nic Sheff to talk about the film adapted from their memoirs.

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Tana French on "The Witch Elm," Donna Tartt, and a Different Point of View

We talked to bestselling author Tana French about her new mystery, the book she considered a game changer, and what she's thinking about next. 

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Celebrating 200 Years of "Frankenstein"

What better time than Halloween to look at some of the new books commemorating Mary Shelley's literary classic, Frankenstein

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YA Wednesday: Laini Taylor on "Muse of Nightmares"

When award-winning author Laini Taylor was in town this got together to chat about her new book, recurring themes for her, and more.

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Choosing "1,000 Books to Read Before You Die"

So many books, so little time... In an exclusive piece for the Amazon Book Review, James Mustich tells us about how ten books found their way onto his list.

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Picture This: Inside the Magical World of "The Ink House"

Peek inside one of my favorite discoveries this month--Rory Dobner's extraordinary picture book.

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Weekend Reading

The weekend is here and we're hunkering down with a handful of great new books...

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Ransom Riggs on "Map of Days"

We asked bestselling author Ransom Riggs about writing the first book of a companion trilogy for his popular series, his thoughts on the the Miss Peregrine movie, and more... 

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Recipe Road Test: Chicken Chili & Skillet Cornbread from "Now & Again"

An easy and oh-so-flavorful combo of chicken + black eyed pea chili and cheesy, buttermilk cornbread made in a cast iron skillet.  Author Julia Turshen let us share these recipes from her new cookbook.

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Boo! Spooky (and not) Halloween Books for Kids

Ten new books to share with young readers, perfect for the season of ghosts, zombies, and... candy.

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An Excerpt from "A Map of Days" Book 4 of Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children Series

Ransom Riggs' highly anticipated new novel in the Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children series publishes on October 2nd.  You can read the prologue and an excerpt from the first chapter here. 

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From Webcomic to Bookshelf: "Check, Please!: #Hockey"

Debut author Ngozi Ukazu answers our questions about about her fantastic new graphic novel, Check, Please!:#Hockey, her favorite comic cons, and more.

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Celebrity Picks: Taye Diggs

Renowned actor Taye Diggs has just penned his third children's book, I Love You More Than... We asked him to tell us about a couple of books that he's enjoyed recently.

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