What We’re Reading This Week: The Pierce Brown Edition

Pierce Brown, author of the wildly popular Red Rising scifi trilogy, comes to BookPeople this Sunday, February 14th, at 3 PM. It will be a perfect Valentine's event since we love Pierce Brown so much. A bunch of folks here at the store have been reading and re-reading his trilogy in anticipation of Brown's visit.  Welcome … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week: The Pierce Brown Edition

Civil Rights in the Space Age: Richard Paul and Steven Moss Come to BookPeople

We are thrilled to have Richard Paul and Steven Moss in our store Wednesday, July 1 at 7PM to discuss We Could Not Fail: The First African Americans in the Space Program. Just as the civil rights movement was lifting off, so was the American Space Age. While their ambitions were beginning to reach far … Continue reading Civil Rights in the Space Age: Richard Paul and Steven Moss Come to BookPeople

Nigel Barker at BookPeople: “This is an unprecedented time for fashion.”

~post Katie P. Nigel Barker is perhaps best known as a co-star of sorts; he often works in the presence of supermodels and designers, and is recognizable to many as the guy on TV sitting next to Tyra Banks or Naomi Campbell. And he is that guy; he was a judge on 17 seasons of … Continue reading Nigel Barker at BookPeople: “This is an unprecedented time for fashion.”

Arianna Huffington Comes to BookPeople!

BookPeople is excited to announce we're hosting a special in-store event with bestselling author & Huffington Post editor-in-chief Arianna Huffington on Friday, April 11 at 3pm. Huffington will speak about and sign her new book, Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder.  EVENT INFORMATION This event will take place at … Continue reading Arianna Huffington Comes to BookPeople!

BY BLOOD WE LIVE: A Smart & Satisfying Culmination

By Blood We Live by Glen Duncan Reviewed by Steve(n) In his celebrated werewolf trilogy, Glen Duncan has inventively scrutinized the human experience from perspectives abstracted just enough to blur the lines between objective observation and subjective participation. Whereas The Last Werewolf was an existential examination of absolute power, moral compromise, and social isolation, and Talulla … Continue reading BY BLOOD WE LIVE: A Smart & Satisfying Culmination