By Lexie Elliott 4 min read
You aren't just imagining it - travel imposes unique tests of friendship which, as the author of The French Girl explains, can inspire endless stories.
By Jessica Mizzi 5 min read
We got the chance to speak with Brendan Duffy about writing thrillers, what inspires him, the essential elements to a suspenseful novel, and more.
By Jennifer McMahon 4 min read
Jennifer McMahon, author of Burntown, explains the role of setting in thrillers and how to craft a setting that adds to the suspense of a story.
By Nina Sadowsky 7 min read
Nina Sadowsky, author of The Burial Society, discusses the powerful impact that her experiences in New Orleans have on her writing.
By Keith Rice 2 min read
Famed fantasy writer and literary icon Ursula K. Le Guin passed away on Monday in her home in Portland, Oregon. Ms. Le Guin was eighty-eight.
By Signature Views 1 min read
Diana Gabaldon, author of Outlander, explains how she crafts a sentence in a conversation with Julie Kosin at the Random House Open House.