Fiction

Fiction

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Bookish is dedicated to giving readers the best content around; that’s why we’re partnering with BookTrib to bring you this interview: The insanely talented Paul T. Scheuring...

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When life gets hard, who do you turn to? In The Young Wives Club by Julie Pennell, the answer is friends. Heartache, drama, grief…...

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In The Stolen Child, author Lisa Carey takes readers to a remote Irish island on the brink of abandonment. An American woman named Brigid...

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There’s something indescribably special about the bond between sisters. Having a sister means having a built-in best friend, a second closet to steal (ahem,...

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How many of the books that you read last year were published in your native tongue and in your native country? We bet a...

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Amy Poeppel’s love of academia knows no bounds. Not only has she worked in the admissions department of a distinguished independent school, she’s also...

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Reading a new genre can be intimidating, but Shelley Shepard Gray is here to help. Gray is an ideal guide as you dip your...

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Baby, it’s cold outside. So instead of bundling up to brave the elements, why not curl up inside with a book and a mug...

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November is Transgender Awareness Month. This is a time to celebrate and support the trans community, as well as promote education about what it...

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Holly Müller’s debut novel, My Own Dear Brother, takes readers to Nazi-controlled Austria. Thirteen-year-old Ursula Hildesheim finds that the world around her is changing...

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