Gayle and Nicole discuss their conception and notion of summer books and what constitutes summer reading. They also discuss some upcoming books that they are looking forward to reading in May.
After debating the types of books that get under their skin, Gayle and Nicole discuss the most disturbing books they have ever read.
Dead Letters by Caite Dolan-Leach (Random House)
A missing woman leads her twin sister on a twisted scavenger hunt in this clever debut novel of suspense for readers of Luckiest Girl Alive and Reconstructing Amelia.
Gayle and Nicole discuss their reading resolutions, psychological thrillers as the equivalents of one night stands, and the books they are most looking forward to reading in the first few months of 2017.
Here we feature an imagined music playlist inspired by a character from a work of fiction. Each month, a different work will be chosen based on topicality,
The end of the year is always an exciting time because we get all the year-end best-of reading lists.
Here we feature an imagined music playlist inspired by a character from a work of fiction. Different works are chosen based on topicality,
Today, we’re diving into the books Gayle took on vacation, and finding out which ones are worthy reads. We also discuss what’s next on our lists and share three fall books we hope you’re considering.
It’s hard to believe it’s already September, but here we are: it’s back to school time, autumn, fall, pumpkin spice season,
Today, we’re catching you up on what we’ve been reading, some of the books Gayle is planning on taking for her vacation and two books we feel have been overlooked in the past few months.
Today, we’re catching you up on what we’ve been reading and discussing some of the hot books of the summer.
Mary Kay Andrews is a New York Times bestselling author of women’s fiction. The Weekenders her 24th novel.
I was thirty when I saw my first Green sea turtle emerging from the sea and lumbering up the beach to lay her eggs.