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By ww2bw on December 1, 2014
Not even going to chastise you for not having subscribed. Enjoy the warm fuzzies of the season, including these.
By ww2bw on January 6, 2014
To everyone who resolved to subscribe this year, kudos! And tick tock. This could have already been in your inbox.
By ww2bw on December 4, 2013
Boxes just arrived and within hours, contents will be speeding to all you fabulous readers who’ve already placed orders. For those who haven’t, just click on “Buy the book” right over there —>> Aren’t they pretty?!
By ww2bw on November 27, 2013
WARNING: This item may be disruptive to sleep and difficult to put down. Contents may expand readers’ intellectual curiosity and imaginations. Presentation to friends and loved ones may result in chronic acute bibliophilia and uncontrollable displays of gratitude and adoration. Yeah, we can’t wait either. Buy it here, and we’ll even sign it if you […]
By ww2bw on September 13, 2013
The first annual collection of the best of our popular series is coming soon, but we couldn’t wait to share this with you now. We believe the cover for the 247 books deemed special enough to reside by the beds of 25 featured writers should be up to the job. Cover designer Bill Girsch’s only […]
By ww2bw on March 1, 2013
You know, you wouldn’t have to spend all day clicking if you’d simply fill in that appealing—and efficient—little “Stay Connected” box right over there ———> But for the obstinate holdouts, here’s what you could have had delivered directly to your inbox. Maybe next month.
By ww2bw on November 21, 2012
In this best of all seasons, we are especially grateful for librarians and booksellers and teachers and avid readers and writers and all the other people who love books and the power of well chosen words to enrich lives.
By ww2bw on September 14, 2012
Nichole Bernier is author of the novel THE UNFINISHED WORK OF ELIZABETH D. (Crown/Random House), a finalist for the 2012 New England Independent Booksellers Association fiction award, and has written for magazines including Elle, Self, Health, and Men’s Journal. A Contributing Editor for Conde Nast Traveler for 14 years, she was previously on staff as […]
By Cheryl on August 17, 2012
David Abrams is the author of Fobbit, a comedy about the Iraq War (Grove/Atlantic) which Publishers Weekly called “an instant classic” and named a Top 10 Pick for Literary Fiction in Fall 2012. It is also an Indie Next pick and a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection. His short stories have appeared […]
By ww2bw on August 10, 2012
Kate Brandt leads three lives. As a suburban mother she ferries middle school boys around in her black Toyota, and as an adult literacy teacher in the Bronx she ferries bags of books into the classroom in order to get her students to read. As a writer, she crouches in bed, waiting for the right […]