Seira Wilson
Seira Wilson
Seira can’t remember a time when she wasn’t infatuated with reading--19 years in the book industry later, her house is brimming with shelves upon shelves of memoirs, cookbooks, coffee table books, all manner of fiction, and an insane number of children's books and YA novels. Don’t judge, just borrow a book.

Recent posts by Seira


YA Wednesday: Best Books of October

Once again we are looking at a wealth of fantastic new YA fiction this month and our Best Books of October list is a who's who of favorite authors including Leigh Bardugo, Patrick Ness, and Rainbow Rowell...

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Pharrell Williams is Happy!

Going from hit single to picture book may not seem like the obvious choice, but Pharrell Williams explains why he made that jump in this exclusive Q&A...

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The Best Cookbooks of September

The Best Cookbooks of September will take us on a historical cocktail tour, teach the science of making recipes work, or tempt you with sweet and savory chocolate creations--and that's just a taste of what's on the list...

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YA Wednesday: Ransom Riggs Asks, What If?

There is the saying, a picture is worth a thousand words, but in the case of Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children series it is the symbiotic relationship between photographs and words that makes reading all three books so special. In this exclusive, Ransom Riggs tells us how it all began...

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YA Book Club: Blackmail, Baba Yaga, or Bullets?

Help us decide which of these three very different novels our book club should read in October...

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Marveling at Brian Selznick

Brian Selznick is kind of a genius in my eyes and when he told me that the illustrations for his just released book, "The Marvels"...

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Longlist: National Book Award for Young People's Literature

The longlist of books vying for the 2015 National Book Award for Young People's Literature has been announced...

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YA Wednesday: Best Books of September

Reading for September was both a bonanza of goodness and a little like choosing sides in kickball--you want all your friends on your team but you only get a certain number of players. So here are my six YA besties for this month...

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Can't Quite Say Goodbye...A Conversation with Rebecca Stead

Seventh grade. Have you ever met anyone who would voluntarily return to that time in their life? No thank you. Yet this tumultuous time is the setting for "Goodbye Stranger," Rebecca Stead's latest novel and one of my favorite reads this year so I asked her, why go there?...

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YA Book Club: John Green Answers Your Questions

John Green's "Paper Towns" is our book club read for August and he answered some questions from our readers. See what he has to say about his characters, Walt Whitman, and more, and vote for the September YA book club pick at the same time...

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Recipe Road Test: "Dinner Solved!" One-Skillet Beefy Enchilada Noodle Casserole

Katie Workman is a busy mom with a great sense of humor who knows how to create recipes that totally work for the rest of us. The recipe below is from the "I Need a Big Fat Hug" chapter in her latest cookbook, "Dinner Solved!" and it's gotten rave reviews across the board...

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