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Second Annual The Best of the End of the Year “Best of” Lists of 2014

As soon as December 1st rolls around, “best of the year” lists start flooding the internet. And just like you, our favorite best of lists are the ones about books, bookstores, next year’s books, book trends, and well, anything about books and reading. For the second year in a row, we’ve compiled what we think are the best best of lists for 2014. You’ll recognize a few of the best of series from last year’s post, but they’re new for this year. Kick back, relax, and prepare yourself for the […]

Author Perspectives Podcast: Laura Joh Rowland

Join Lena Morris for an interview with Japanese historic fiction writer Laura Joh Rowland. The former quality engineer with Lockheed Martin at NASA discusses her transition from the scientific field to creative arts, the changing book industry with digitization, and what it’s like to write for such a specific niche. Laura’s new book, The Shogun’s Daughter, will be released this September. She is also working on her next book, number 18 in the series, The Iris Fan, which will release next year. You can visit her website at www.laurajohrowland.com or like her on […]

Author Perspectives Podcast: Megan Mulry

In our revival of the Author Perspectives Podcast, join Lena Morris for an interview with USA Today-bestselling author Megan Mulry, whose book, If the Shoe Fits, came out on July 2nd.  Megan discusses the publishing profession from the author’s point of view: from the fine lines between Romance and Women’s Fiction in the evolving world of book publishing to the way ebooks and social media have changed the author’s role. As a relatively new author, she emphasized the importance of literary agents and the joy of feeling like she had a part in the process […]