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

Weekend Reading

Fingers crossed there will be sun in Seattle this weekend so we can read these books in the great outdoors...

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"The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise": Dan Gemeinhart on the line between truth and fiction

The author of our top pick for kids books so far this year shares the story behind the story.

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Prime Day kitchen deal and the cookbooks to go with it

It's Prime Day and one of the hottest trending kitchen gadgets is included in today's deals. Check it out, along with a handful of my favorite cookbooks for making this your go-to appliance.

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The best young adult books of 2019 so far

What do magic, mystery, and RBG have in common? All can be found on our list of top 20 favorites in young adult from the first half of 2019.

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Isaac Mizrahi: "I.M." and a lot more...

When Isaac Mizrahi visited Amazon he captivated the audience with his candor and infectious wit.  Here's an clip from our conversation with Mizrahi about his memoir, I.M.

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Sounds of summer: six new favorites on audio

And now, for your listening pleasure...

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Three favorite reads from Tan France

Tan France, popular designer and one of the stars of the hit show Queer Eye, recommends three memoirs from women in comedy.

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Christiaan Röllich on how to make a fantastic Negroni

The author of "Bar Chef" shows us how to master the art of a handcrafted cocktail.

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Ruth Reichl on "Save Me the Plums"

Ruth Reichl, author of our top pick of 2019 so far in cooking and food writing, came by the office and we talked about her book.

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The best children's books of 2019 so far

The children's books we love the most from the first half of the year.

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Weekend Reading

It's finally the weekend and we can't wait to bolt out of the office and get back to these books...

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Grill it, smoke it, or bury it in the coals: new cookbooks we love

Some of our favorite new cookbooks for getting out of the kitchen and cooking outdoors this summer.

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A very special book: "The Good Son"

A look inside this remarkable WWI story, told primarily through photographed miniatures.

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"Creating Compassionate Kids": how to talk about gender identity

Pride month is a great time to talk to kids about gender identity.  Not sure how to start (or continue) the conversation?  Author Shauna Tominey is here to help.

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YA Wednesday: Julie Buxbaum on "Hope and Other Punch Lines"

The author of one of our favorite young adult books of May talks about how she came to write a 9/11 story...

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