Turn the Page: New Books This Week (2/9)

Lose yourself in the stories on display this week! Explorations into love, hope, and perseverance have their fair share of space on shelves, while the fiction invites us to seek the sensual, titillating, sometimes darker, side of ourselves. Read on for more... Walk in My Combat Boots by James Patterson & Matt Eversmann *Virtual Event … Continue reading Turn the Page: New Books This Week (2/9)

Is that Love in the Air? No, it’s Books!

This week's new release treats include a healthy helping of fiction for the reader who questions everything—art, life, the degeneration of society via social media channels—and non-fiction that probes our past to better understand the present moment. Scroll down for more. A Bright Ray of Darkness by Ethan Hawke *Virtual Event 2/15* The blistering story of … Continue reading Is that Love in the Air? No, it’s Books!

What’s So Funny ‘Bout Peace, Love, and New Books: New Releases for the Week of 1/25

January closes on a high note. This week's new releases offer startling, sometimes fantastic, looks at the stories that we tell ourselves, each one surprising and profound in its own way. And then there's a real funny book about Podcasting. Scroll down for more and see which author's we've got dropping by for virtual events … Continue reading What’s So Funny ‘Bout Peace, Love, and New Books: New Releases for the Week of 1/25

New Books That Have Us Feeling *100 Emoji*

Book-wise, 2021 is treating us so well and this week is a big one for non-fiction! Writing guides, essays, and history texts are breaking ground, showing us new ways to view the world. And on the fiction side, we've got two new reads from perennial favorites Nnedi Okorafor and Ladee Hubbard! Read more about 'em … Continue reading New Books That Have Us Feeling *100 Emoji*

Turn the Page: New Releases for the Week of 1/12

A host of good reads hit our shelves this week! Master storytellers George Saunders and Kevin Barry return in celebration of the short story, while new titles in the history section revisit 1960s-era tensions and look back even further to a 16th-century Arctic exploration. And taking the top spot in our highlights is Alexi Pappas' … Continue reading Turn the Page: New Releases for the Week of 1/12