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In conversation with mystery novelist Amy Stuart

We spoke with mystery novelist Amy Stuart about reading through the pandemic, and how she fits books into her (normally) busy life of sports and teaching.

New & Hot Reads

31 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out April 13 - 19

New eBooks and audiobooks out the week of April 13, including new John Sandford, Anne Perry, and Jeffrey Archer, and reimagined love stories from myths.

Recommended Reading

Feminist sci-fi for fans of The Handmaid's Tale

These Atwood-inspired eBooks and audiobooks spotlight female characters navigating dangerous futuristic landscapes and eerily familiar dystopian worlds.

Author Interviews

Renaissance man Glenn Dixon on writing his first novel

Glenn Dixon is a musician, filmmaker, non-fiction writer, and now debut novelist, with the release of Bootleg Stardust.

Author Interviews

Personal finance educator Kelley Keehn on the value of books

Financial author Kelley Keehn shared some of the books that inspire her, and why acquiring more books is always a worthy investment.

Audiobooks

We're celebrating Poetry Month with audiobooks

For national poetry month 2021, we’ve gathered some great new poetry collections plus a few must-listen classics to help poetry fans new and old to dig in.

Author Interviews

How journalist Kamal Al-Solaylee learned to write books fearlessly

We spoke with journalist Kamal Al-Solaylee about feeding a short attention span with a variety of books and how he tackles book-length projects.

New & Hot Reads

59 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out March 30 - April 12

New eBooks and audiobooks coming out March 30 - April 12, including Amanda Gorman's inauguration poem and guides to remote work success and Greek mythology

Recommended Reading

More Regency romance to fall for

If you just can't get enough Regency romance to scratch your Bridgerton itch, here's another list of must-read eBooks full of intrigue and passion.

Author Interviews

Moira Welsh wrote the book on how we could care better for the elderly

Toronto journalist Moira Welsh was putting the finishing touches on Happily Ever Older: Revolutionary Approaches to Long-Term Care when COVID-19 struck.

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