Looks like it’s going to be another great year for books! *Ranked in no particular order*
Murakami is here for you.
Jane Austen was way ahead of her time. Happy 239th birthday to one of the greatest English novelists in history!
In the Unlikely Event will hit shelves June 2015.
God Help the Child will hit shelves April 2015.
A roundup of recent favorites we’ve reviewed in the BuzzFeed Books newsletter.
30 days to write 50,000 words? No problem!
It’s been a highly productive day.
“LOL. Your boobs smell like pancakes.”
At just 26, Pierce Brown’s debut novel, Red Rising, is already being hailed as the next YA fantasy series turned blockbuster movie franchise. So why isn’t he more freaked out?
“Was it worth avoiding my friends to revise my novel for the 400th time?”
They will empower and inspire you. Books: They do a body good.
Only consult this post after you’ve really, totally, for reals, no take-backs finished writing your book.
Happy National Novel Writing Month Eve! Don’t freak out, please!
The secret is out. That mysterious Abrams trailer was for a book, which he conceived and then commissioned from novelist Doug Dorst.
The New Zealand-based author of The Luminaries is 28 years old.
Can you tell the words of the Fight Club author from a really well-played hand of Cards Against Humanity?
“We met at AWP. Can I email you my short stories?”
Writers experience a range of emotions when writing the first draft of their novel.
“I think I, in my own small way, contributed to making cats more awesome.” After visiting his home, and reading his new book, Guys Can Be Cat Ladies Too, it’s not hard to see why.
Who needs pants? You’re writing in bed anyway.
“Life is pain,” his mother said. “Anybody that says different is selling something.”
You need to prepare for NaNoWriMo, even if you’re not the one writing.
Iconic American literature has never been so fratastic. Designs by Amy Sly.