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Author and Iraq war veteran Michael Pitre hopes to honor the friends he made during his deployments as a Marine through his debut novel "Fives and Twenty-fives."
Author Laura Andersen's alternate-history Boleyn trilogy novels might make readers rethink the definition of historical fiction.
When the first love of Alexander Lambeth, the fifth earl of Grenville, suddenly becomes a widow, his wife Felicity is certain he will take her as a mistress. And the truth is, Alexander finds the idea tempting.
"Idols" is a fast-paced, well-thought-out and intelligent science fiction novel that pretends to be predictable long enough to leave readers utterly surprised.
Author, artist, musician, liar, thief, storyteller, mood changer: Maggie Stiefvater can claim many titles. But in the end, she hopes to be called the author of books to which readers could lose their summers.
Though author Stacy Henrie would rather have been born during the Victorian era, she makes do by writing historical fiction and romance. Her latest novel, set during World War I, is coming out this year to comm...
Within a matter of weeks, it seems as if Ilana's dreams and aspirations are crumbling. Drowning in pain, Ilana finds herself reaching again and again toward painkillers until she can't be sure if they are for p...
The first in authors Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl's spinoff series Dangerous Creatures takes fans from a small town to the big city, but the rock-and-roll flavored, action-packed book still urges readers to b...
Author Aprilynne Pike talks rejection, almost giving up writing, love, her latest paranormal murder mystery, and how to write a book while taking care of four children.
Babysitting a grandparent is a big (and fun) responsibility. Utah author Jean Reagan, author of "How to Babysit a Grandpa," brings the clever and fun companion book "How to Babysit a Grandma" to tell young read...