Shonda Rhimes to Adapt Julia Quinn's Historical Romance Series

The Grey's Anatomy and Scandal creator is bringing the Bridgerton series to Netflix.

10 Captivating Writer Biographies

See these talented authors in a whole new light.

The 10 Best Mr. Darcys: From Favorite Films to Books

He's bewitched us, body and soul—on the page and on the screen.

Jane Austen’s Unfinished Novel Sanditon is Being Adapted for PBS

Acclaimed screenwriter Andrew Davies, who also wrote the 1995 Pride and Prejudice miniseries, will be adapting the novel for the small screen.

6 Gloria Steinem Books That Will Inspire You

Through her writing, the feminist icon shares the wisdom she's gained from decades of activism.

9 Thought-Provoking Books by Marge Piercy

The author of Woman on the Edge of Time was way ahead of her own.

10 Delightful Barbara Pym Books

Often compared to Jane Austen, the 20th-century English novelist challenged societal norms with witty social comedies.

8 Pulse-Racing Mysteries by Ruth Rendell

The three-time Edgar Award winner introduced psychological thrills to the mystery genre.

11 Charming Lord Peter Wimsey Books by Dorothy Sayers

The debonair sleuth charms everyone who comes his way—including generations of mystery readers.

A Mother Can't Escape Her Past in This Drama by Euphoria Author Lily King

In The English Teacher, a dark secret drives a wedge between Vida Avery and her new family.

Excerpt: The English Teacher by Lily King

After entering a marriage she doesn't exactly want, Vida Avery becomes increasingly haunted by her past. 

Queen of Crime: Margery Allingham's Mystery Novels Still Hook Us Today

Best known for her Albert Campion series, Margery Allingham was a contemporary of Agatha Christie – and is well worth investigating.

How Mary Roberts Rinehart Got Her Start—and Invented a New Kind of Mystery

The so-called "American Agatha Christie" revolutionized the mystery genre with her 1908 novel, The Circular Staircase.

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.

Looking Back: Joyce Maynard on Her Career-Launching Essay and Relationship With J.D. Salinger

Joyce Maynard's 1972 essay captured life in 1960s America—and the attention of one of the world's most enigmatic icons.