Advice From Authors: Lisa Genova

In our newest segment, Advice from Authors, Best-selling author Lisa Genova gives advice to aspiring writers. To get more tips from Genova visit her website here.

Author Q&A: Lisa Genova on Still Alice

Lisa Genova's first novel, Still Alice, was turned into an Oscar award-winning movie starring Julianne Moore. In this segment of Author Q&A, Genova talks about the book's success and her role on the set of Still Alice, the movie.  You Might Like: Genova on authors…

Author Q&A: Mary Pilon on Monopoly’s secret history

Mary Pilon, author of The Monopolists, explains how she became intrigued by the storied and scandalous history of the board game Monopoly--the subject of her latest book.

Author Q&A: Jackaby by William Ritter

William Ritter tells us about his book Jackaby, in which a young woman becomes the assistant to an eccentric paranormal investigator.

BookSmarts: William Ritter tells us what he’s reading

As a young adult author and an English teacher, Jackaby author William Ritter keeps his ear to the ground regarding new and exciting titles for teens. Currently, Ritter is reading Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz and he says that he just finished If You…

Writers on Writers: Nikki McClure

Author and illustrator Nikki McClure tells us about some of the books and authors that have influenced her work. McClure's most recent book, In, tells the story of a young boy's adventures around his home with the use of prose and paper-cut illustrations.

Author Q&A: Leonard Mlodinow on The Upright Thinkers

Author and physicist Leornard Mlodinow tells us about his new book The Upright Thinkers, which spans the history of evolution and human thought in just one volume.

Writers on Writers: Lisa Genova

Lisa Genova, author of Still Alice and Inside the O'Briens, tells us about how the work of Oliver Sacks has influenced her own writing.

Author Q&A: Christine Finlayson on selling stories

To make a little extra change, many children set up lemonade stands in their neighborhoods when the weather heats up. But the young Tip Of A Bone author Christine Finlayson had a different sales pitch.

BookSmarts: Susan Sokol Blosser tells us what she’s reading

Letting Go author Susan Sokol Blosser can't stop re-reading The Force of Kindness.

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