What We’re Reading This Week

BETHANY Snow Crash by Neil Stephenson "I've been meaning to pick up this sci-fi classic for years, so I'm glad that Neal Stephenson's upcoming event inspired me to finally read it now. Although I'm probably not the ideal target audience (never having been into computers, car chases, OR graphic novels, which this was originally envisioned as), … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week

Book Club Corner Picks – Paperbacks We Received in May

Welcome to our Book Club Corner, where each month we highlight books new to paperback we think would make perfect picks for your next book club discussion. If you’re looking to join a book club, we host a wide variety of free, bookseller-run book clubs right here at BookPeople. Join us! We love to talk books. Featured … Continue reading Book Club Corner Picks – Paperbacks We Received in May

Calling All Teen Writers – #TTBF Writing Contest!

-- post by Meghan G. Are you a young writer looking to hone your craft and get some real world feedback about your work? If so, we a very exciting opportunity you should know about. As programming partners for the Texas Teen Book Festival, we are thrilled to announce an exciting new writing contest for teens. Thanks to a … Continue reading Calling All Teen Writers – #TTBF Writing Contest!

At Long Last! The Stand Up Sit Down Book Club Crashes And Burns!!!!!!!

Artie Lange should be dead. With the sheer volume of heroin he's shoveled up his nose, hydrocodone he's gobbled, and scotch he's waterfalled down his throat, the ratio of his overall cellular composition must heavily favor poison over human DNA at this point. Any one of his overdoses, crashed cars, or nervous breakdowns should have … Continue reading At Long Last! The Stand Up Sit Down Book Club Crashes And Burns!!!!!!!

What We’re Reading This Week

SARAH H.   Carsick by John Waters "It starts with wishful thinking, then moves to worst case scenarios. Somewhere in between lies  the truth about the John Waters' hitchhiking journey. It's hilariously funny, outlandishly absurd, and downright disturbing (especially the part about the exploding goiter, ick). So basically, it's just like his movies!" You can … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week