Jojo Moyes, one of my favorite authors of all time, has recently announced that she will release a new book this fall! Continue reading “Jojo Moyes Announces A New Book”
The book world was all abuzz today. Margaret Atwood, author of the popular dystopian novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, announced she will be writing a sequel to the bestselling book, due to be released in September 2019.
Parents are upset over a decision, made by Mahwah Public Schools, to reduce students access to books in the school libraries. Continue reading “NJ School District Restricts School Library Access”
For the very first time, a graphic novel has been added to this year’s longlist for the Man Booker Prize. Sabrina by Nick Drnaso explores the terrifying effect of the 24-hour news after a girl disappeared. Continue reading “2018 Man Booker Prize Longlist Includes Graphic Novel For First Time”
Calling all Jane Austen fans!
Jane Austen’s last uncompleted novel, Sanditon, will be adapted to the small screen. This will be a joint production by ITV, Red Planet Pictures and Masterpiece by PBS. Continue reading ““Sanditon”, Jane Austen’s Unfinished Novel, Comes to PBS’s Masterpiece”
20th Century Fox released the trailer for the upcoming adaptation of the critically acclaimed bestseller, The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Continue reading “The Hate U Give Trailer is Released”
Olga Tokarczuk has become the first Polish writer to win the Man Booker International Prize. Continue reading “Olga Tokarczuk is First Polish Winner of Man Booker International Prize”
Me Before You author Jojo Moyes has stepped in to save the literacy initiative, Quick Reads. Two weeks ago, Reading Agency, the organization that runs the project, announced that it was on the brink of closure due to the lack of funds. Continue reading “Jojo Moyes Steps In To Save Quick Reads After Project Loses Funding”
New Yorkers came together to take part in the vote of the One Book, One New York campaign, an event where New Yorkers choose which book they want the entire city to read. The votes have been tallied and the results are in!
And the winner is… Continue reading “One Book, One New York Winner Is…”
The shortlist for the 2018 Women’s Prize for Fiction has been released today. The 2018 shortlist favors new writers over authors who have already made a name for themselves. Continue reading “Women’s Prize for Fiction Shortlist Revealed”