After graduating from the Columbia Publishing Course in 2016, Olivia found her happy place—a job where she could express her bibliophilic passions all day, every day. Now she writes and edits articles for six genre-specific book sites, covering everything from marriages of convenience on A Love So True to the best historical fiction novels on Early Bird Books. Even when she isn’t on the clock, she is likely defending Cersei Lannister’s right to the Iron Throne, quoting Outlander as if it’s Shakespeare, or trying to solve the JonBenet Ramsey case.
Joyce Maynard's 1972 essay captured life in 1960s America—and the attention of one of the world's most enigmatic icons.
As a cover designer for Doubleday Anchor, the famed illustrator played a part in the roll-out of the "trade paperback."
Watch the trailer for the adaptation of Caroline Kepnes' psychological thriller, which hits the small screen this fall.
The author of The Year of Magical Thinking cites old classics and 20th century masterpieces as inspiration for her own work.
These memoirs, novels, and nonfiction accounts remind us that autism isn't a disorder, but a difference.
Corduroy Takes a Bow will be published in September for the series' 50th anniversary.
The author of The Quiet American and The End of the Affair was an unforgettable voice of the 20th century.
While en route to Pennsylvania, a penniless teenager meets the man who will change his life forever.
Look beyond A Wrinkle in Time, and discover the true breadth of the Newbery winner's talent.
These female sleuths would earn Phryne's seal of approval.
Celeste Ng's bestselling novel about trouble in suburbia is set to become a television series.
The titular story in Julia Slavin's collection, "The Woman Who Cut Off Her Leg at the Maidstone Club," is a wacky satire of elitism.
Paramount TV has acquired the rights to the MaddAddam Trilogy, a dystopian series by "The Handmaid's Tale" author.
The home front can be just as perilous as the front lines.
The film adaptation of Jason Matthews' spy thriller is set to release on March 2, 2018.
Orange-faced ogre, or the savior of our country? Opinions vary...vastly.
It may have been a crazy year, but at least we read crazy-good books.
With the announcement of 2017's Notable Books, we look back on previous honorees that still deserve the spotlight.
In the titular story of his collection, Gordon Haber examines identity with a sense of humor.