Watching This Week & Getting Ready for the NBAs | Book Pulse

Two adaptations begin this week and a third gets a trailer. The National Book Awards are announced next week. The NYT helps gets readers ready.

Run Your Week: Big Books, Sure Bets, & Titles Making News | Book Pulse

Lee Child leads the week, Bonfire by Krysten Ritter builds buzz, and Art Garfunkel offers a song-filled interview.

Smitten Kitchen Every Day: What To Read, Listen to, Watch Next | RA Crossroads

Smitten Kitchen Every Day is a joyful family cookbook full of straightforward yet creative cooking, written in a warm, witty, and confiding voice that makes readers wish Perelman lived next door.

Sherlock Holmes, 125 Years Strong | RA Crossroads

Celebrating the 125th anniversary of Conan Doyle’s famous short stories, originally serialized in The Strand Magazine, then published in book form in 1892, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes continue to leave readers deeply satisfied.

New Bestsellers Arrive | Book Pulse

New titles on the week’s bestsellers lists, a glowing review of Alias Grace, & Comey’s title revealed

November Reading Lists Arrive | Book Pulse

November book lists arrive, data lit has a moment, and Ta-Nehisi Coates offers a Civil War reading list.

Three Titles Taking Off | Book Pulse

Hank and Jim by Scott Eyman breaks through, a busy PR push pays off for Chris Matthews, and Seattle is honored by UNESCO as a City of Literature.

Alias Grace Premieres | Book Pulse

Alias Grace, based on the novel by Margaret Atwood, begins streaming on Netfix this Friday while Smile by Roddy Doyle gets a riveting review in the NYT

LJ Talks to Bill McKibben | Debut Spotlight

Bill McKibben’s life’s work has centered on environmentalism and writing. His first nonfiction book, The End of Nature, published in 1989, is widely considered a classic in the field. Now, he’s taking a turn to fiction almost 30 years later with his debut novel, Radio Free Vermont

Run Your Week: Big Books, Sure Bets, & Titles Making News | Book Pulse

Michael Connelly’s Two Kinds of Truth leads in holds this week; In the Midst of Winter by Isabel Allende gets notable attention; and The Shadow District by Arnaldur Indridason gets an early rave.