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
Greetings, fellow travelers, those stalwart and adventurous souls who traverse the terrific and tantalizing tracts and trails through the vasty deeps of the nigh ineffable and wonder-filled book multiverse! As ever, we here at the BookPeople blog have sailed the considerably-more-than-seven starry seas to bring you the latest in newsworthy items from the ever expanding reaches … Continue reading News from the Book Mulitverse
Hello once again, friends an fellow intrepid explorers of the ever expanding, ever bountiful, mysterious and yet-to-be-fully-grokked-by-mere-humans book multiverse! We're back with yet another report on what's new out there among the literary nebulae and grammatically galactic goings on: A lost Sherlock Holmes short story has been discovered in the attic of historian Walter Elliot. The story … Continue reading News from the Book Multiverse
~post by Joe T., Assistant Buyer I don’t remember my first Stephen King novel. It was either Pet Sematary or Misery. I was 13, maybe 14, and my best friend brought one of those two books on a school trip and I had read the entire book by the time we reached our destination. I … Continue reading One Life, Furnished in Stephen King
HARDCOVER FICTION Family Furnishings: Selected Stories, 1995-2014 by Alice Munro From the winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature—and one of our most beloved writers—a new selection of her peerless short fiction, gathered from the collections of the last two decades, a companion volume to Selected Stories (1968-1994). Family Furnishings brings us twenty-four of Alice … Continue reading New Releases – 11/11/14
Be afraid. Be very afraid. R. L. Stine, master of terror for readers old and young, is coming to BookPeople on Saturday, November 15 at 12pm with the first new book in his legendary Fear Street series in almost two decades, Party Games. This novel is classic Stine: Rachel's friends warned her not to go … Continue reading R. L. Stine Comes to BookPeople!
Stephen King, one of the bestselling novelists of all time, is coming to BookPeople to sign his new novel, Revival. We are enormous fans of King's work and are honored to host this event. Tickets are required to join the signing line and include a copy of Revival. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, September 16 at … Continue reading Stephen King Is Coming to BookPeople!
HARDCOVER FICTION Summer House With Swimming Pool by Herman Koch Signed Copies Available While Supplies Last! It all started the previous summer. Marc, his wife, and their two beautiful teenage daughters agreed to spend a week at the Meier’s extravagant summer home on the Mediterranean. Joined by Ralph and his striking wife Judith, her mother, … Continue reading New Release Picks for the Week!