The world's changed a lot since the last time we spoke, but if there's one thing that's remained constant, it's that every Tuesday we're privileged enough to still be getting great new books in our hands! And to share a bit of good news: your favorite indie bookseller, BookPeople, has made it back online! That's … Continue reading We’re Back…with New Releases Galore!
Bookfairs Manager and Animal Crossing fan Ellen shares some books to pair with the addictive game everyone's talking about! So, is there anyone else out there who is under the spell of Tom Nook? I know it’s not just me. I saw YA author Angie Thomas (The Hate U Give) caught a snapping turtle the … Continue reading We Are NookPeople, a Community Bound by Bells
Hey, fellow gamers! Are you mourning the push backs of those highly-anticipated 2020 titles? If you're anything like me, you've been watching the days and hours tick down on that Last of Us II pre-order with unbridled excitement, maybe playing through the remaster for the twentieth time with your eyes closed, trying to mop up … Continue reading Guest Blog: Lindsey’s Book List for the Intrepid Gamer
We've been celebrating National Poetry Month with daily readings from Elijah over on our Instagram! Today, he's here to share his expertise so you can hopefully find new poetry to provide joy, strength, and comfort at home. The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake One of the most unique and visionary geniuses in all … Continue reading Elijah’s Poetry Selections
Bored at home? Try some great graphic novels! I've been a comic geek since 1965! Here's the best new stuff around, and there is a lot of it if you want it! - Griffin, BookPeople Bookseller Love Superheroes? I love me some mainstream superheroes; Spiderman, Superman, Avengers and JLA, but there's a whole world of … Continue reading Griffin’s Graphic Novel Picks!
If you're missing the season, we got ya. Here are some great basketball books for kids & young adults, recommended by Bookfairs Manager and avid Spurs fan, Ellen! Usually, the spring is a great time for a sports fan. NBA, NCAA basketball and baseball, MLB resumes, grand slam tennis, Stanley Cup, and the Masters. And … Continue reading BookKids: Dear Sports, We Miss You
Like many of you, our Children’s Book Buyer Meghan is spending a little more time than usual at home with her family. So we thought it would be useful– and even, dare we say, fun?– to have her try out some activities and share her recommendations for y’all to keep kiddos engaged and busy at home! … Continue reading BookKids: Homeschooling Recommendation of the Week!
Our doors may be closed, but a few of our book clubs are still going strong! Join them virtually on their regular meeting times to discuss their Summer selections. More information about the groups and how to join in on the conversation can be found below! Shop titles for book clubs at bookpeople.com and don't forget … Continue reading BookPeople Virtual Book Clubs!
The Austin Liti Limits crew sat down with acclaimed thriller writer, Meg Gardiner, for the latest installment in their author interview series. The pair discuss Gardiner's early success with China Lake, the origin of her storytelling bug, and examine The Dark Corners of the Night — the third movement in Gardiner's wildly popular UNSUB series. Catch … Continue reading Austin Liti Limits: Meg Gardiner
Part-time bookseller, Meike, shares with us a review of one of today's hot new releases — Kathy Valentine's All I Ever Wanted, a memoir of growing up, the Texas music scene, and playing bass for 80's pop-rock group, The Go-Go's. In the fall of 1982 I started my first semester of college. It was a heady time … Continue reading Meike Reviews ‘All I Ever Wanted’