Women's Fiction
Kubika

A Conversation Between BA Paris and Mary Kubica

One of the fun things about this job is getting to spend time around authors. What always strikes me is that--no matter how much you've built them up in your head--they remain human beings. They walk, they talk, and they discuss writing with each other. We thought it would be...

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Robson

"Sink Into the Past": A Q&A with Pam Jenoff and Jennifer Robson About "Goodnight from London"

A budding journalist gets more than she bargained for when she takes a job in London on the eve of the Blitz...

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Roy

The Best Books of the Year...So Far

Our favorites, published from January through June...

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Awesome moms

Unconventional Books for Awesome Moms

Alert, alert! Mother's Day is on Sunday, May 14. Here are 11 excellent books that will let Mom know that you're really and truly thinking about her this year.

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Robyn Carr and Virgin River

Robyn Carr Celebrates 10 Years of Virgin River Novels

We talk with Robyn Carr about 10 years of Virgin River, her new Sullivan's Crossing series, and the perils of camping.

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Kristan Higgins On Second Thought

Kristan Higgins Turns a New Page with "On Second Thought"

We chat with Kristan Higgins about her new funny and touching story of two sisters who team up to overcome their romantic challenges.

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Make It a Gal-entine's Day

Make It a Gal-entine's Day: Books for Your Gal Pals

Whether you plan to spend February 14 making goo-goo eyes at your honey bunny or privately mumbling about how it's the worst holiday of the year, Valentine's Day can be the best day to show your female friends (or Mom!) how much you care.

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Trespasser

Amazon's Best Books of October: This Week's Releases

The Best of the Month selections released this week run the gamut from delightful to devastating, and everything in between...

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Debbie Macomber

Chatting with Debbie Macomber

We've always been big fans of Debbie Macomber's works, so it was a special thrill when she invited us to come visit her at her offices. Erin Kodicek, Erin's mom (who is a big Cedar Cove reader), and I drove a few hours through drizzle-garnished forests to the beautiful little...

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AtomicWeightLoveBig

Something to Crow About

Full disclosure: I've always really disliked crows. So when I got to the part of Elizabeth Church's debut novel, The Atomic Weight of Love*, where the main character, Meridian, decides to focus her sharp, scientific mind on those noisy, trash-picking creatures, I thought, seriously!? Crows? Why not a bird that's...

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