Gloucester, Massachusetts inspires author Frederick Dillen's setting for his novel, Beauty.
Bestselling author and cancer researcher Dr. Agus explains that we don't know the potential long-term effects of using airport backscatters.
Bestselling author and cancer researcher Dr. Agus explains that living with another person increases life expectancy.
Travis Coates has a good head on someone else s shoulders. A touching, hilarious, and wholly original coming-of-age story from John Corey Whaley, author of the Printz and Morris Award winning Where Things Come Back.
Acclaimed Hollywood biographer Scott Eyman mines new sources and material to bring readers and movie fans the definitive biography of legendary leading man John Wayne.
The remarkable story of an everyday woman, plagued with guilt and skepticism, who was dramatically changed by the nine minutes she spent in heaven.
Crystal Chan on reading THE WHITE DARKNESS, a transporting novel of a girl who goes to Antarctica.
Award-winning author Isla Morley talks about the inspiration behind her stunning new novel ABOVE and how losing her voice for three months connected her with the main character.
Harriet Evans explains how she conjured up glamorous starlets as her heroines in Not Without You.
Tovah Klein, author of How Toddler's Thrive, talks about loving to read every night at the end of long day.
Linda Yellin, author of What Nora Knew, talks about enjoying Pat Conroy's book Beach Music.
Whether or not you are in college, whether your future plans are clear or still undecided 'The Princeton Mom', Susan Patton reveals how to 'Marry Smart'.
In the spirit of Anita Diamant s The Red Tent comes an extraordinary debut novel from Rebecca Kanner that breathes life into Noah s wife and combines history and mythology in an intensely suspenseful, page-turning narrative.
Award-winning writer Anthony Doerr discusses the inspiration for his spectacular new novel, All The Light We Cannot See.
A trove of old letters buried in her yard inspired author Nina Sankovitch to discover what it is about writing, receiving, and reading letters that connects us all.
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