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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Jennifer Weiner on "Mrs. Everything"

"It wasn't the book that I set out to write, but it’s the book that I had to write at this moment in time." And we're so glad she did. Learn more about one of our favorite books of June.

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Blake Crouch twists reality and memories in “Recursion”

Blake Crouch tackles the un-reality of memories in his new thriller, Recursion one of the best new books of June.

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"It's been mind-blowing!" - Talking to the author of "Red, White & Royal Blue"

This offbeat romantic comedy has captured a wide audience. We talked to the author about what it was like to write such a successful debut.  

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Talking with Neil Gaiman about “Good Omens”

Novel coauthor and Good Omens showrunner Neil Gaiman chats with us about the twisty road from page to screen, and what influence readers had on the book's adaptation.

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Talking to Delia Owens, author of "Where the Crawdads Sing"

Talking to Delia Owens, you understand why Where the Crawdads Sing has become such a runaway hit. 

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Girl, Rachel Hollis has your back

The author of Girl, Stop Apologizing and Girl, Wash Your Face talks with us about her mission to help women embrace the value of their dreams and then turn those dreams into reality with a lot of straight talk along the way.

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Look, Ma, No Rope!

Mark Synnott talks to us about the climbing life and  The Impossible Climb, his bestselling eyewitness account of Alex Honnold's staggering free-climb of Yosemite's legendary El Capitan.

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Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

No, really. And you should read Lori Gottlieb's latest, too. It's a moving and witty homage to the therapeutic process--and just being human.

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The Woman Who Spoke Woman: The Power of Cecelia Ahern’s “Roar”

Love, Rosie author Cecelia Ahern lets everywoman have her voice in her hilariously wise stories in Roar.

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Talking to Kobe Bryant About "The Wizenard Series: Training Camp"

We talk to NBA legend Kobe Bryant about inspiring young people through books that combine sports and fantasy. The first book in the series he created, The Wizenard Series: Training Camp, was recently released and quickly caught the attention of readers.

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Women Call the Shots in Jenna Glass’s Epic Fantasy “The Women’s War”

Veteran author Jenna Glass takes to epic fantasy with a reimagining of a world in which one spell upends the power hierarchy of gendered magic in ways no one fully expects.

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The Amazon Book Review Podcast: An Interview with George R.R. Martin

The creator of A Song of Ice and Fire talked to us about his new graphic novel ( Starport), his rapidly expanding share-universe series ( Wild Cards), his decades-long writing career, and more. 

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E L James Battles Expectations and Exploitation with “The Mister”

Fifty Shades author E L James talks with us about her hopes about launching a brand-new romantic couple into the world with her just-released novel, The Mister.

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