Authors Posts by Kelly Gallucci

Kelly Gallucci

Kelly Gallucci
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Kelly Gallucci is the Executive Editor of Bookish.com, where she oversees Bookish's editorial content, offers book recommendations, and interviews authors like Leigh Bardugo, V.E. Schwab, and Sabaa Tahir. She's just coming off of moderating an author panel at New York Comic Con. When she's not working, Kelly can be found color coordinating her bookshelves, eating Chipotle, and binging Netflix with her pitbull. She is a Gryffindor.

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If my nose isn’t crammed in a book, it usually can be found leading me towards something delicious. So receiving a copy of Mad...

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Bestselling author Caroline Leavitt discusses the near-fatal illness that shaped her new novel Is This Tomorrow, about the lives affected when a boy goes missing in 1950s...

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London-based author Elanor Dymott discusses her debut novel Every Contact Leaves a Trace, about a grieving husband who uncovers the shocking and salacious circumstances of his wife's...

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Cooking show host and author Lucinda Scala Quinn dishes on her new cookbook Mad Hungry Cravings and shares the recipe for a mouth-watering—and healthy!—alternative to french...

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Bestselling British novelist Katie Fforde discusses her latest, A Perfect Proposal, about a young English woman’s impulsive trip to America and the man who follows her back...

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“I remember sitting there thinking, ‘Why am I listening to this crazy person?’” André Aciman humorously interrupts his own reading of his latest novel,...

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Author Therese Anne Fowler discusses her new novel Z, an exploration into the exciting and often misunderstood life of America’s first flapper, Zelda Fitzgerald. Zola:...

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Emmy Award-winning screenwriter, author, and New Jersey native Alan Brennert discusses his latest novel, Palisades Park, about a family of dreamers whose lives are...

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Award-winning writer André Aciman discusses his semi-autobiographical new novel Harvard Square, about an expatriate Harvard grad student’s unlikely friendship with an excitable cab driver. Zola: Is...

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Debut author Julie Kibler discusses her first novel, Calling Me Home, her memories of the grandmother who inspired the story, and her ideal road...

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