Mary Kay Andrews is a New York Times bestselling author of women’s fiction. The Weekenders her 24th novel. A newspaper journalist for 14 years, she spent the last ten years as a features writer for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
If you’re anything like us, you perk up a little when you see someone reading in public. We do a double take, and sometimes we even backtrack to see what book has caught someone else’s attention.
Books based on classical works or their authors continue to be of huge interest to writers and readers alike. It’s fascinating to investigate beloved treasures from a fresh perspective,
One of the great joys of reading is the pleasure of constantly learning and experiencing new people, concepts and cultures. You can combine the immediacy and comfort of your own couch with not only the wonders and curiosities of the world but also the ways our different approaches and perspectives illuminate our common concerns,
Hey, if you can give a book that both you and mom can enjoy then so much the better, right?
The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson
Sociopaths and malcontents of various degrees vie to outdo each other in this compelling thriller where a man plots the murder of his wife with the beautiful woman he meets at an airport bar.
Readerly: Would you give us a bit of introduction and let my readers know who you are, how you got started writing, and what kind of books you like to write?