BookPeople’s Favorite Reads of 2022

A lot of books came out this year, y’all. It’s utterly impossible to read them all, even among a building full of booksellers. While it’s easy to fall into the gamification of reading goals, it’s also important to take a step back and enjoy stories that are precious to us – which is what we’re doing with this list, as we look back throughout the year to the stories that really stuck with us.

Our 2022 Year in Review at BookPeople

Throughout 2022, we kept hearing from customers the same heartwarming sentiment: “I’m so glad we’re able to gather together again!” As we’ve lengthened operating hours, expanded cafe seating, and turned our events programming back in-person, we’ve loved seeing local authors and readers show up to browse, read, eat, and shop. Let’s take a look back at what we’ve been up to this year: Banned Camp in the summer, events nearly every day, community partnerships, and, of course, the incredible books we read.

Austin Liti Limits: Sergio Troncoso

Award-winning author Sergio Troncoso sits down for a virtual interview with award-winning writer Scott Semegran and Larry Brill. Watch below to learn more! Watch Part 2 of this interview for an excerpt of Nobody's Pilgrim performed by Sergio Troncoso. You can order Nobody's Pilgrim from BookPeople now. Sergio Troncoso was born and raised in El Paso, Texas. His previous … Continue reading Austin Liti Limits: Sergio Troncoso