Ayana Mathis, B&N Discover and Oprah pick, reads from her debut novel, The Twelve Tribes of Hattie, a moving story that begins during the Great Migration and follows the struggles of a family over five decades. Author Chris Arian will join Ayana tonight.
New Yorker staffer Lawrence Wright, winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for The Looming Tower: Al Quaeda and the Road to 9/11, joins us for a look at his new non-fiction book, Thirteen Days in September: Carter, Begin, and Sadat at Camp David.
Mark Obama Ndesandjo talks about his complex relationship with his older half-brother while telling his personal story about identity and multiculturalism in his memoir, An Obama Journey: My Odyssey of Self-Discovery across Three Cultures.
Coauthor of Alliance of Enemies, Sigrid MacRae shares with us the story of her mother, the father she never knew and their intercontinental love affair in her new memoir, A World Elsewhere: An American Woman in Wartime Germany.
Author of bestselling biography Little Girl Blue, Randy Schmidt presents the most important interviews between 1935 and 1969 in his latest work, Judy Garland on Judy Garland: Interviews and Encounters. In conversation with Tom Santopietro.
Please join us as retired four-star general Tony Zinni analyzes the history of America's use of military action and a call for change in his latest book, Before the First Shots are Fired: How America Can Win Or Lose Off The Battlefield.
Sometimes one night can change everything. On this particular night, Wren and her three best friends are attending a black-tie party at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to celebrate the opening of a major exhibit curated by her father. An enormous wind blasts through the city, making everyone feel that…
Sometimes one night can change everything. On this particular night, Wren and her three best friends are attending a black-tie party at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to celebrate the opening of a major exhibit curated by her father. An enormous wind blasts through the city, making everyone feel that something unexpected and perhaps wonderful will happen. And for Wren, that something wonderful is Nolan. With his root-beer-brown Michelangelo eyes, Nolanchanges the way Wrens heart beats. In Isabel Gillies's Starry Night, suddenly everything is different. Nothing makes sense except for this boy. What happens to your life when everything changes, even your heart? How much do you give up? How much do you keep?
ESPN commentator and senior fantasy sports analyst Matthew Berry discusses his New York Times bestseller, Fantasy Life: The Outrageous, Uplifting and Heartbreaking World of Fantasy Sports from the Guy Who's Lived It.
Translator Edward Strauss brings Corporal Louis Bartha's wartime writing to English-speaking readers for the first time in this harrowing first-person account of a French foot soldier who survived four years in the trenches of World War I.