Don Tate Guest Post: Maybe It’s Just Plain Fate

Guest Post by Austin Author Don Tate This is the fourth week in a series of author guest posts about diversity in children’s literature and the BookPeople Modern First Library initiative. For more about BookPeople’s Modern First Library initiative, and for more recommendations of wonderful new and classic picture books to read, visit bookpeople.com. Previous posts in this series: … Continue reading Don Tate Guest Post: Maybe It’s Just Plain Fate

Short Fiction Time Continued: Anthologies

5 Short Stories Which Make Their Collection (or Anthology) Worth Buying~ post by BenIt seems my supervisors are foolish enough to let this madness continue. So, once again, it's short fiction time.Time has passed. Perhaps we've started to branch out since the last post. A short story collection or two may have passed over our … Continue reading Short Fiction Time Continued: Anthologies

Top Shelf in August: TIGERMAN by Nick Harkaway

Top Shelf in August: Tigerman by Nick Harkaway Reviewed by Matthew Describing a Nick Harkaway novel never fails to bring a smile to the listener of my rambling reviews. The premise always seems crazy and my enthusiasm excessive. “Well his first book is kind of a trucker, horror, post-apocalyptic novel that comments on the vile nature of … Continue reading Top Shelf in August: TIGERMAN by Nick Harkaway

National Bookstore Day for the BookPeople Nation (Only at BookPeople)

Citizens of BookPeople Nation (that’s you!) we are pleased to announce a special day of fun, frivolity and bookish jubilation! Inspired by the success of California Bookstore Day, we here at BookPeople are devoting an entire day to celebrating everything we love about the wonderful world of books. This special day is ONLY happening at BookPeople, nowhere … Continue reading National Bookstore Day for the BookPeople Nation (Only at BookPeople)