Some of our favorite authors made the list. Which are you rooting for?Read more
Lauren Weisberger's latest novel is laugh-out-loud funny and the star is none other than Emily Charlton, who we first met in
The Devil Wears Prada. If this is your first introduction to Emily, prepare to love her. Weisberger tells us why she does.
Debbie Macomber talks about how she launched her career against all odds and what she's learned along the way.
Chloe Benjamin is not yet 30 years old, but her writing and wisdom suggest that she has many more years of experience as a reader and a novelist than her age indicates. We asked her which authors had taught her the most about her craft, that this is what she told us.Read more
How different are the three Most Read fiction and the three Most Read nonfiction books of summer 2017 from what people are reading this summer?Read more
The miles will fly by with these entertaining listens everyone in the car will love.Read more
How and why Shobha Rao's novel Girls Burn Brighter broke—and then mended—our hearts on its way to becoming our pick for the best books of 2018 so far.Read more
Kristin Hannah thrilled (and chilled) us with her tale of both fractured family and psyche, landing in the second spot on our list of the best books of 2018 so far. Here's our interview with Hannah, originally published on February 5, 2018.Read more
While some prefer summer reading to be on the lighter side, others take the opportunities of long weekends or even longer vacations to sink their teeth into meatier fare. These twelve books range from frothy to timely.Read more
"There There" author Tommy Orange speaks with us about identity, Gertrude Stein, and the challenges of growing up as a Native American in urban Oakland, California.Read more
Maxim Loskutoff grew up among the disenfranchised and angry rebels of the American West's "Sagebrush Rebellion," and his his short story collection, Come West and See, is filled with them. He talks with us about the past, present, and future of "our national release valve"—and what might happen if we choose not to reckon with our growing divide.Read more