Category : Reviews

by Joane - 5 months ago

New Mystery and Thriller Books to Read | April 10

We believe you should spend your time reading, not searching. That's why NewInBooks alerts you to all the newest books in your favorite genres. Most new books are released on Tuesdays, which is why we update our weekly new release section on Tuesday...

by Joane - 5 months ago

New Romance Books to Read | April 10

We believe you should spend your time reading, not searching. That's why NewInBooks alerts you to all the newest books in your favorite genres. Most new books are released on Tuesdays, which is why we update our weekly new release section on Tuesday...

by Joane - 5 months ago

New Books to Read in Literary Fiction | April 10

We believe you should spend your time reading, not searching. That's why NewInBooks alerts you to all the newest books in your favorite genres. Most new books are released on Tuesdays, which is why we update our weekly new release section on Tuesday...

by Joane - 5 months ago

New Science Fiction and Fantasy Books | April 10

We believe you should spend your time reading, not searching. That's why NewInBooks alerts you to all the newest books in your favorite genres. Most new books are released on Tuesdays, which is why we update our weekly new release section on Tuesday...

by Joane - 5 months ago

New Young Adult Books to Read | April 10

We believe you should spend your time reading, not searching. That's why NewInBooks alerts you to all the newest books in your favorite genres. Most new books are released on Tuesdays, which is why we update our weekly new release section on Tuesday...

by Joane - 5 months ago

New Biography and Memoir Books to Read | April 10

We believe you should spend your time reading, not searching. That's why NewInBooks alerts you to all the newest books in your favorite genres. Most new books are released on Tuesdays, which is why we update our weekly new release section on Tuesday...

by Joane - 5 months ago

Must-Have Books for World War II Book Collectors

The events of World War II shaped the world we live in today, from economic and political alliances, to scientific advancements. Now a major field of scholarship as well as a frequent inspiration for both fiction and film, World War II has captivate...

by Joane - 5 months ago

Books To Read If You Like Adriana Locke

09 Apr 2018 Books To Read If You Like Adriana Locke Adriana Locke is a USA Today and Amazon Top 10 bestselling author of contemporary romance novels. She is the author of the exciting new release Craft, as well as the popular Landry Family and The...

by Joane - 5 months ago

Interview with Suzanne Jenkins, author of Stronger

What can you tell us about your new release, Stronger? Thank you so much for asking. I began writing Stronger several years ago after I started to obsess on a day dream about living in a stone cottage in the English countryside. The countryside morp...

by Joane - 5 months ago

The Top 11 T.S. Eliot Quotes

Born in St. Louis, Nobel Prize winner T.S. Eliot remains one of America’s most treasured literary exports. The poet who famously authored “The Waste Land” (1922), “Four Quartets” (1943), and “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” (1915) also tried to...

by Joane - 5 months ago

The First James Bond? John Dee Was the Original 007

Centuries before Ian Fleming would write James Bond into existence, another man signed letters with "007." That man, John Dee, was a mathematician, astronomer, and (some say) magician. He was also a trusted member of Queen Elizabeth I's court. Some...

by Joane - 5 months ago

Old School Wednesdays: Bride of the Rat God by Barbara Hambly

Old School Wednesdays is a regular Book Smuggler feature. We came up with the idea towards the end of 2012, when both Ana and Thea were feeling exhausted from the never-ending inundation of New and Shiny (and often over-hyped) books. What better way...

by Joane - 5 months ago

Caldecott Winning Illustrators Series: Dorothy P. Lathrop

The Caldecott Medal has been awarded since 1937 to an “artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children.” Naturally, the Caldecott Award is supremely important for everyone involved in the book making and book buying and selling p...