In Beyda's debut thriller, a young woman is recruited to act as a body double for a famous actress.
In this Wellness Wednesday, Bill Burnett, co-author of
Designing Your Work Life, answers your questions about happiness in the workplace.
"I have learned that sometimes, you have to stop trying so hard; there is always a way, but you need to step back to see it. As for life without Cromwell, I don’t think that’s on the horizon."Read more
Rebecca Serle talks with us about the tension between fate and free will in her newest novel.Read more
"I was so drawn to her story, I knew I had to write it." Sarah J. Maas explains the genesis of House of Earth and Blood, her brand-new novel aimed at adults readers.Read more
We talk to the bestselling and award-winning Colum McCann about the inspiration for his new book, his writing process, favorite books he's read recently and more.Read more
An exclusive essay from Kiley Reid, author of Such a Fun Age, on the process of writing her book at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop.Read more
World record-setter Colin O'Brady talks about his solo, seven-week trek across Antarctica's landmass, the mental strain of isolation, and his bonkers training regimen, as well as his book The Impossible First.Read more
A conversation with a master storyteller and searing writer. We talk about the American West, faith, violence and empathy, what she's reading now and so much more.Read more
Alison Roman shares her thoughts on how to relax, make great food, and most of all have fun.
A conversation with the author of "Rules of Civility" and "A Gentleman in Moscow."