Amy Bloom on A.J. Cronin, ‘Charlotte’s Web’ & lying on her couch

Amy Bloom stops by the store Tuesday, February 27 at 7 p.m. to discuss her new novel White Houses, which explores the real-life relationship between Eleanor Roosevelt and Lorena Hickok. Check out Amy's answers to The BookPeople Questionnaire below.  BP: What are you reading these days? AB: Tayari Jones’ American Marriage.    BP: What books did … Continue reading Amy Bloom on A.J. Cronin, ‘Charlotte’s Web’ & lying on her couch

Emily Ecton on staying up late, NPR & the word ‘snort’

Emily Ecton stops by the store this Saturday, February 17 at 6 p.m. to discuss her new chapter book, The Ambrose Deception. It's a must read for kids and adults alike! Check out Emily's answers to the BookPeople Questionnaire below.  BP: What are you reading these days? EE: I'm not reading much right now because … Continue reading Emily Ecton on staying up late, NPR & the word ‘snort’

Francisco Cantú on Star Wars, mezcal & his 14-foot workspace

Francisco Cantú stops by BookPeople Monday, February 12 at 7 p.m. to discuss The Line Becomes a River, his memoir about working for the United States Border Patrol. We're big believers in this book! Purchase a copy and we'll donate a portion of the proceeds to Casa Marianella, a local non-profit that provides food, shelter and … Continue reading Francisco Cantú on Star Wars, mezcal & his 14-foot workspace

Matt Haig on Shakespeare, time travel & Benedict Cumberbatch

Matt Haig stops by the store tonight, February 8 at 7 p.m., to discuss his new novel How to Stop Time, which tells the story of a 439-year-old man who looks 41. Film rights have already been snatched up by Benedict Cumberbatch's production company, SunnyMarch. Check out the interview with Haig below, courtesy of Penguin … Continue reading Matt Haig on Shakespeare, time travel & Benedict Cumberbatch

James L. Haley on coffee shops, ‘The Boxcar Children’ & his favorite photo of Mark Twain

James L. Haley stops by the store tomorrow, November 14 @ 7 PM to discuss A Darker Sea, the second book in his Bliven Putnam Naval Adventure series. Below, we chat with the writer about his process, his reading list, and his earliest influences. BP: What are you reading these days? JH: I once asked … Continue reading James L. Haley on coffee shops, ‘The Boxcar Children’ & his favorite photo of Mark Twain

Michael Hurd on desegregation and ‘Thursday Night Lights’

Author Chris Barton has allowed us to share his conversation with Michael Hurd, author of the new nonfiction book "Thursday Night Lights: The Story of Black High School Football in Texas". To sign up for Chris's newsletter and be eligible to win a copy of this fascinating book, click here! BookPeople is proud to host … Continue reading Michael Hurd on desegregation and ‘Thursday Night Lights’

Author Q&A: Celeste Ng

A conversation with Celeste Ng, author of the bestselling Everything I Never Told You and, now, Little Fires Everywhere.  Celeste Ng will appear at BookPeople on Tuesday, September 26th, at 7pm, in conversation with Clay Smith of Kirkus Reviews. Q: Tell us a bit about Shaker Heights. Do you see it as representative of Every Town, USA, or … Continue reading Author Q&A: Celeste Ng