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Early Bird Books Reading Recommendations

Here at Early Bird Books, we love all things that have to do with books, reading, and literary news and movies. Browse below for some highlights from our blog!

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Anthony Summers Discusses Goddess: The Secret Lives of Marilyn Monroe

The biography is the basis for a new Netflix documentary, streaming April 27.

Bill Carter Discusses The Late Shift & The Story of Late Night

The best-selling novelist & former NYT media reporter delves into our fascination with late night television.

Alice Hoffman Discusses Her New Book Club

Read an interview with the bestselling author.

An Interview with Award-Winning Author Ben Okri

The Nigerian author is known for his own brand of magical realism.

An Interview with Steve Erickson, An American Surrealist

The award winning author discusses his work, the literary world, and divisions in the United States.

How Books Really Get Banned

"Banning books is one thing, killing them is something else."

An Interview with Manju Kapur, Bestselling Indian Author

“Perhaps one really does end up telling the same story over and over, looking at it from every possible angle.”

Jane Gardam Discusses Her Famous 'Old Filth' Trilogy

The 91-year-old author may not be done with these novels just yet.

Mommie Dearest Author Christina Crawford Opens Up About Her Past and How She’s Moving Forward

To commemorate the 40th anniversary of her groundbreaking book, Crawford talks about abuse, what she hopes readers take away from her story, and new projects on which she’s focused.

My Cousin Vinny Still Makes Us Laugh Over 25 Years Later

Lawrence Kelter's new book based on the movie adds to the film we know and love.

The Perfect Mother Author Aimee Molloy on Blending Genres, Motherhood and Kerry Washington

BookTrib and Aimee Molloy discuss the psychological thrills, feminist message, and upcoming adaptation of her hit novel.

Christina Crawford on Why It's So Important to Remember "Herstory"

The author of "Daughters of the Inquisition" tells us why she's so interested in women's history and how, by learning from the mistakes of the past, we can change the future.