What We’re Reading This Week

The Annotated Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice is one of my favorite books of all time. I have seen every movie or mini-series, read the modern-day adaptations, and I own eight copies of the book. So, whenever I need a pick-me-up, Jane Austen has my back. This time around, I'm reading the annotated … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week

Teen Thursday: Q&A with local YA author Emma Berquist

We're thrilled to host local debut author Emma Berquist on Saturday, April 14 at 6 p.m. to discuss her YA book, Devils Unto Dust. Mark your calendars and check out our Q&A with the author below! BP: What has been the biggest surprise about publishing your debut novel? EB: How long it takes! I didn’t realize how … Continue reading Teen Thursday: Q&A with local YA author Emma Berquist

Leah Stewart on Jane Austen, the word ‘ardent’ & making herself cry

Leah Stewart stops by the store this Saturday, April 7 at 6 p.m. to discuss her new novel, What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw. Put simply, it's about a famous actor who gets kidnapped on a hiking excursion. Check out Stewart's answers to The BookPeople Questionnaire below!  BP: What are you reading these days? … Continue reading Leah Stewart on Jane Austen, the word ‘ardent’ & making herself cry

Q&A with Cecile Richards

Scott Butki, a regular contributor to our MysteryPeople blog, interviewed Cecile Richards about her newly released memoir, Make Trouble. Check out their conversation below!  I was looking forward to reading Cecile Richards' memoir, Make Trouble, even before I was given the generous offer to interview her about it. The book has something for everyone. Want to know … Continue reading Q&A with Cecile Richards

Daniel Kilday on barbecue, orange groves & J.K. Rowling

Daniel Kilday stops by the store this Friday, April 6 at 7 p.m. to discuss his children's book, Molly Warner: School Reporter. Mark your calendars and check out Kilday's answers to The BookPeople Questionnaire below.   BP: What are you reading these days? DK: This is a little embarrassing, but I read a lot of … Continue reading Daniel Kilday on barbecue, orange groves & J.K. Rowling

Jonathan Evison on beer, Ginsberg & shouting at parking meters

Jonathan Evison stops by the store this Thursday, April 5 at 7 p.m. to discuss his newest novel, Lawn Boy. It's the coming-of-age story of Mike Munoz, a young Chicano boy living in Washington State. Check out Evison's answers to The BookPeople Questionnaire below! BP: What are you reading these days? JE: I recently finished … Continue reading Jonathan Evison on beer, Ginsberg & shouting at parking meters