A.J. Finn Takes Suspense to the Next Level | Debut Spotlight

Debut author A.J. Finn, the pen name of William Morrow’s VP and executive editor Dan Mallory, has already received plenty of industry buzz for his psychological thriller, The Woman in the Window, which centers on an agoraphobic woman who witnesses—or thinks she witnesses—a horrific crime in her neighbor’s home.

Showcasing Poetry: An Annual Poets House Event Celebrates 25 Years

The 2017 Poets House Poetry Showcase was held June 22 through August 26—halfway through, it was extended by two weeks given demand—marking the event’s 25th anniversary, giving Poets House cause to celebrate while pondering its future moves.

Diversity in Gaming | Games, Gamers, & Gaming

Games, gamers, and gaming often experience well-deserved criticism when it comes to a lack of diversity and ­inclusiveness. However, there has been some progress made.

Master of Your Craft: 13 Fun and New Craft & DIY Books

DIY tattoos, a variety of predesigned crochet patterns that can be used as-is or adapted, and tips on find the best fabric for your specific project; whatever you’re in the mood to create there is a project here for you

Here’s to the Home Cooks! Ten Cookbooks Fit for the Home Chef

Plenty of party planning know-hows and presentation strategies, recipes that are clever yet practical, and no-nonsense dishes that will have you “falling” in love with seasonal treats; any of these books would be a great addition to the home cook’s collection

September 2017 LibraryReads

Though warm weather may be coming to an end, that just gives you another reason to curl up with one of these outstanding books. New York Times bestselling author Kristin Cashore’s new book Jane, Unlimited will take you on a journey filled with new adventures around every corner; the novel Caroline: Little House, Revisited will […]