The Nightmare Factory book club meets the third Tuesday of every month to discuss the best in literary horror fiction. Join us, if you dare! Everyone knows Thanksgiving is the most evil holiday, and the kitchens in the Nightmare Factory have had a busy month churning out dish after dish of greasy, grimy gopher guts … Continue reading TONIGHT: Better wear a bib to the BookPeople Café
The Sentient Machine by Amir Husain: In The Sentient Machine, acclaimed technologist and inventor Amir Husain answers the universal question of how we can live amidst the coming age of sentient machines and artificial intelligence—and not only survive, but thrive. Amir Husain argues that we are on the cusp of writing our next, and greatest, … Continue reading New Releases 11/21
A few weeks ago, our computer screens were covered with drawings of dogs. It took some sleuthing, but we eventually identified the artist responsible for the installation. She wishes to remain anonymous, like Banksy. Behold, her oeuvre: To view more employee doodles, click here.
Cathy Maxwell is the Austin-based author of over thirty best-selling historical romance novels. She writes a monthly column for BookPeople. Learn more at http://www.cathymaxwell.com. The holidays are almost upon us. I need a good read in the evening to stave off all the merry craziness. Between school and church programs, fun places to take the … Continue reading The Romance Bookshelves: Holiday reads, book club announcements and more!
"You see, bookshops are dreams built of wood and paper. They are time travel and escape and knowledge and power. They are, simply put, the best of places." — The Bookshop Book by Jen Campbell Film photography by BookPeople’s own Daniel M. To see more posts in this series, click here.
You don't want to miss this event! About Calling My Name: This unforgettable novel tells the story of Taja Brown, a young African American girl in Houston, Texas, and deftly and beautifully explores the universal struggles of growing up, battling family expectations, discovering a sense of self, and finding a unique voice and purpose. Told … Continue reading Teen Thursday is ‘Calling Your Name’
If on a Winter's Night a Traveler, as reviewed by BookPeople's resident bard, Griffin Mauser. To read other posts in this series, click here. Sonnet: If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler met ought of others who have read the book I might not be surprised to hear, “I tried!” Then, face to face, the … Continue reading ‘If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler’: A review in verse