Our podcast skeleton crew meets to discuss the best books of the month, along with some books that have changed our lives.Read more
Seira, Erin, Vannessa, and Chris discuss the authors who stood out to them personally.
If you don't like any of the romantic comedies we discuss on the podcast, you will probably never, ever like romantic comedies.
There is a lot to look forward to in 2020. Plus, a conversation with the lovely and talented Sarah Adler.Read more
With the decade drawing to a close, we look at the best mysteries & thrillers of 2019, as well as the book that some are calling "the book of the decade."
We all get together to talk about our favorite books of 2019. And Seira Wilson sits down with Mike Isaac to talk about our favorite business book of the year "Super Pumped."
A few of the Amazon Books editors talk about a handful of recent releases we're excited about, and the author of Unfollow stops by to talk about her book.Read more
A few of the Amazon Books editors dip their toes into the pool of fall reading, and the author of The Apology stops by to talk about the book.Read more
The Amazon Books Editors talk about a few of our favorite books of this month, and the Star Trek icon discusses one of our favorites of last month: his graphic-memoir, They Called Us Enemy.Read more
The MythBuster stopped by our offices to talk about the hit television series, becoming "a maker of things," and his new book. Nothing was blown up in the process.
The Amazon Books editors sit down to talk about what makes a good book club book (and offer a few suggestions), plus a journey into the depths of the Earth with the author of Underland.Read more
In our latest episode, we talk to the author of Where the Crawdads Sing, and we betray ourselves as star-struck fans with stories of celebrity encounters from BookExpo, the annual convergence of publishers, booksellers, and authors in New York City.Read more
Seira Wilson sits down with the legend of food writing, and we discuss the books we're they looking forward to the most this summer—including the latest from Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert and a return (of sorts) to Sex in the City.Read more