In his riveting new novel, Will Allison, critically acclaimed author of What You Have Left, crafts an emotional and psychological drama that explores the moral ambiguities of personal responsibility as it chronicles a father's attempt to explain himself to his daughtereven though he knows that in doing so, he risks losing her.
New York Times bestselling author Mary Alice Monroe once again captures readers' hearts with her unique ability to celebrate both the complexities of the human psyche and the splendor of nature.
n her new novel, Great House, Author Nicole Krauss writes about a looming and inspirational antique desk, passed through different hands over generations and connecting her four narrators. From a poet in Chile to a New York novelist, these characters, like those in Krauss' last novel, "The History of Love," tell the story of what it means to inherit something both physical and emotional.
Acclaimed author David Corbett talks with Authorlink's Doris Booth about his latest novel, DO THEY KNOW I'M RUNNING. He provides a passionate look at the impact of immigration on individual lives and of life without loyalties, and the borders within ourselves. He also discusses a writer's obligation to tell the truth, and talks about how he structures his powerful novels of suspense.
Debbie Macomber, New York Times Bestselling author and a leading voices in women's fiction, talks about her latest book, One Simple Act, Discovering the Power of Generosity, what motivated her to write the non-fiction book, and the life-changing events that lead her to become a highly successful author, with more than 100 million books in print.
Aside from talking about the book, Nick and Mitch shoot a few sports questions at each other, take a few shots in a video soccer game, and go head-to-head in the one competition that no American could ever lose to a Brit. (Right?)
Philippa Gregory, "the queen of royal fiction" (USA Today) presents the first of a new series set amid the deadly feuds of England known as the Wars of the Roses.
David Ebershoff, editor-at-large for Random House, has been on summer tour for the paperback release of his own acclaimed novel, The 19th Wife (Random House, June 2009) The tour resumes in October and November. Here's a behind-the-scenes video look at what inspired the book.
Emma Caldridge, a chemist for a cosmetics company, is en route from Miami to Bogotá when her plane is hijacked and spins out of control into the mountains near the Venezuelan border. Thrown unhurt from the wreckage, she can do nothing but watch as guerrillas take the other passengers hostage.
Christopher Moore, author of Fool (William Morrow HarperCollins, 2009), talks about his latest book and the difficulties in writing the retelling of Shakespeare's King Lear from the point of the view of Pocket, the fool.