: Award-winning author Kate Pullinger discusses her new novel LANDING GEAR, a highly imaginative story of colliding worlds and extraordinary connections.
Hillary Clinton describes the challenge of writing Hard Choices, her forthcoming memoir, and reveals the most important personal moments during her four years as Secretary of State.
Sculptor and painter Annie Weatherwax presents her debut novel.
Laura McBride discusses the real life event that inspired her debut novel, WE ARE CALLED TO RISE, set in Las Vegas away from the glitz of the strip.
From New York s foremost bail bondsman comes the story of a modern-day fixer who walks a fine line between hustler and humanitarian, with clients ranging from the rich and famous, to the mafia and gangs of New York.
Set in a seaside village on the Italian Riviera, this irresistible new novel by PEN/Hemingway Award-winner Brigid Pasulka tells the story of a widowed butcher and his son whose losses are transformed into love.
Narrator and Veronica Mars star Jason Dorhing sits down with bestselling author Cassandra Clare to talk about CITY OF HEAVENLY FIRE, the last audiobook in The Mortal Instruments series.
Moms are the most advanced human models on the planet. This indispensable and hilarious guide arms kids (and dads) with the knowledge they need to avoid the most precarious mother-related situations, but were afraid to ask about.
In his life-chaning book NEVER GO BACK, Dr. Henry Cloud says the key to success is to continue to move forward.
Cassandra Clare, author of the Mortal Instruments series, talks about her favorite books that she read recently.
Historian Donald L. Miller, author of Supreme City: How Jazz Age Manhattan Gave Birth to Modern America, discusses five key moments that helped turn 1920s Manhattan in a commercial and cultural epicenter.
Veteran ABC News and 20/20 reporter Lynn Sherr tells you five incredible things you should know about Sally Ride, America's first woman in space.
Teri Hatcher discusses narrating THE BATTLE FOR WONDLA audiobook by Tony DiTerlizzi.
Popular Tolstoy scholar tells you five things you should know about Leo Tolstoy and the history of War and Peace.
John U. Bacon on one of his favorite parodies of college campus life.
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