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
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*
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
A very Happy New Year to all of our readers! 2021 is here and with it comes a sense of rejuvenation, excitement (2020 is OVER! PHEW! GOOD RIDDANCE!). The holiday madness has now passed, we're all starting to look forward and at BookPeople, that means keeping an eye out on all the best new books … Continue reading New Year, New Books, Same You!
That's it, folks! We've (nearly) made it to the end of this horrible year. And what better way to cap it off than with the 52nd volume of New Release Tuesday posts for 2020? This week's new releases has a few murder mysteries to cozy up with, some food guides to get you thinking about … Continue reading Final New Releases of 2020!
The penultimate New Release Tuesday of 2020 has arrived. A scant few days remain in a year we'd all like to forget, and though we're ready to put it all behind us, we've got a duty to spotlight the books that have made this ordeal worth trudging through. Take a peek at some of the … Continue reading New Books, Same Old Year
We're halfway through December (wow!), and though the literary headlines chill along with the weather, our shelves are sure to be stocked with this week's new releases. Graphic novels, spooky YA reads, and nutritional advice for the new year. Read on for more! Remina by Junji Ito Another of Junji Ito's classics, the sci-fi masterwork Remina tells … Continue reading Winter Is…Here. And So Are New Books!
In case you needed another reason to stay inside, our new releases this week have us booking hours-long reading dates after we close up for the night. Boisterous histories, revelatory discoveries and a pair of eye-opening debuts. Scroll down for more info on the books turning heads in this final month of 2020. Bag Man: … Continue reading Chilly Temps, Stellar Reads to Cozy Up With
The long year is (finally!) coming to a close and the New Release Tuesday's in 2020 are dwindling, but that doesn't mean we can't still get hyped about new books. After all, new books have been keeping us going through most of this. Scroll down for a read or two to prop you up, or … Continue reading The Final New Releases of 2020!
If you're still taking that seemingly endless sigh of relief after the events of the last week, we totally understand. We're in the same boat and are here to service you with some bookish joy to top it off. We're still a week away from the A Promised Land debut, but there's still plenty to celebrate: signed … Continue reading New Book November—New Releases This Week Are *FIRE*