Naomi Novik is the acclaimed New York Times-bestselling author of the Nebula Award-winning novel Uprooted, Spinning Silver, and the nine-volume Temeraire series. A Deadly Education is the first of the Scholomance trilogy. Read more on the blog.
The winner of the 2020 National Book Award for Fiction Interior Chinatown is a deeply personal novel about race, pop culture, immigration, assimilation, and escaping the roles we are forced to play. Read more about the book and author Charles Yu on the blog.
Crying in H Mart is a non-fiction book that shares Michelle Zauner's exquisite story of family, food, grief, and endurance. Read snippets from the Penguin Random House Books Connect Us interview with Michelle Zauner here.
Erin Entrada Kelly's takes the leap as she writes Maybe Maybe Marisol Rainey, a story about her life that she thought was too ordinary, but would later on capture the hearts of kid and adult readers all over the world. Read more on the blog.
During the Fully Booked Chats with Kevin Kwan, the author talked about his creative process in writing Sex and Vanity, thoughts on social media, and what it means to be a champion for other Asian writers. Read more on the blog.
Here are some snippets from Fully Booked Chats: John Green with guest host Saab Magalona-Bacaro to convince you that while The Anthropocene Reviewed is unlike any of his previous books, it is still worth reading.
Sex and Vanity by Kevin Kwan is a romantic comedy novel that still revolves around highlighting the incredibly extravagant lifestyle of the rich, while touching the themes of self-discovery, racism, and love. Read the book trivia on the blog.
From his family background to what he's currently listening to, here are some Fast Facts about Kevin Kwan. Read more on the blog.