Events Coordinator, Uriel, joins us on the blog to talk a little bit about the listening he's been doing when he puts the books down for a bit. Each selection here is inspired by a book he's read (or wants to read) recently. Check out the titles and their perfect audio pairs below. I'm straying … Continue reading Recommended Listening for Book Worms
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!
Come one, come all! Step right up into the healing spark of the Nightmare Factory Book Club! No matter the malady, regardless of ailment, if you accept the infernal circuitry of the Nightmare Factory, your problems will be forgotten, and the pure vision that is unspeakable chaos will be granted unto you. The secret electricity … Continue reading The Nightmare Factory Experiences The 5th Great Awakening With Stephen King’s REVIVAL
Did you make a New Year's resolution to up your reading game in 2016? What better way to kickstart your reading life - and meet friendly new faces - than coming to one of our free book club meetings? We have a dozen bookseller-run, totally not at all intimidating, super-friendly groups that meet once a month … Continue reading Book Club Spotlight: THE NIGHTMARE FACTORY
2015 has been a tremendous year for horror. Goosebumps finally got the film treatment it deserves, Stephen King released two new books, and Donald Trump briefly ran for president. Encapsulating the ghastly spirit of the year is editor extraordinaire Paula Guran's newest anthology The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2015. Within these pages lurks fresh and … Continue reading The Nightmare Factory Toasts 2015
Summer vacation, though technically irrelevant since high school, nonetheless always conjures visions of yard work, irresponsible parties in abandoned houses, over-chlorinated public swimming pools, punk rock shows in beer-splattered VFW halls, and the worst sunburn of your life. Now, years out from those heady days of mayhem, Summer means a good book on a good … Continue reading Get It While It’s Still Hot: Steve(n)’s Summer Reading List
Like an ooze of unknown origin, dribbling at first, then spurting volcanically through your mind, the horror takes you. So gradually you don't even notice, unease becomes dread becomes apoplexy, and, when the dam ruptures, and the bile runs crimson – that's when you know that the nightmare has noticed you. That's when you feel … Continue reading The Nightmare Factory Fears The Deadly Eyes of THE RATS!!!!!!!!!
ROBYN 11/22/63 by Stephen King "I am currently reading 11/22/63 by Stephen King after months (years?) of procrastination. I watched my fiancé (now husband) wake up in the middle of the night just to read one more chapter and still never gave it a shot until now. Why, you may ask? It's big. Really big. … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week
Welcome to our Book Club Corner, where each month we highlight books new to paperback we think would make perfect picks for your next book club discussion. If you’re looking to join a book club, we host a wide variety of free, bookseller-run book clubs right here at BookPeople. Join us! We love to talk books. Featured … Continue reading Book Club Corner Picks – Paperbacks We Received in May
JESSICA Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Ann Lamott "Bird by Bird is a writing reference book that also functions as generally inspiring for whatever you want to do. It has been such an inspiration to me - I'm writing more now than over the past few years. The most important … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week