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Locked out of libraries and bookstores, this booklover discovered eBooks and more

When a bookstore and library-loving busy professional couldn't get to these happy places, she discovered eBooks, audiobooks, and a new reading freedom.

New & Hot Reads

37 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out August 17 - 23

New eBooks and audiobooks out August 17, including new Danielle Steel and Robin Cook novels, tips for dealing with bad bosses, and more from Mary L. Trump.

Recommended Reading

9 books for getting into speculative fiction

Readers who don't think they enjoy sci-fi or fantasy might be surprised at novelist Samantha Garner's list of literary (and diverse) speculative fiction.

Author Interviews

How Eight Detectives author Alex Pavesi tracks down “unusual” crime novels

We spoke with mystery writer Alex Pavesi about his book Eight Detectives, and he told us how he finds new "unusual" crime novels to read.

Big Ideas

Meet the Bookstagrammer: @thelittlethingsandmore

We spoke with bookstagrammer @thelittlethingsandmore about how social media is empowering readers.

New & Hot Reads

39 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out August 10 - 16

New eBooks & audiobooks out the week of August 10 including a Catherine Coulter thriller, an SNL alum's memoir of 2020, and advice for spending time well.

Kobo Staff Picks

What’s Nathan reading?

We asked Nathan what he's reading and how he picks books to read, and we learned how in mid-life he's coming to terms with what he actually enjoys reading.

Recommended Reading

Five of the most suspenseful domestic thrillers

Suspense novelist Shanora Williams recommends some of the best domestic thrillers, including books by Ruth Ware, Hendricks & Pekkanen and Shari Lapena.

Kobo Staff Picks

More audiobooks that are better than reading

For readers who want to spend their precious listening time with the best audiobooks, we've gathered some of the best ears-only reading experiences.

Author Interviews

Katherine Ashenburg's comic turn

Katherine Ashenburg spoke with us about Her Turn, a novel set against the 2015 presidential primary, and why her books are so different from one another.

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