Last Week’s Most Popular Reviews
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Bryn Chancellor, author of the suspenseful new novel Sycamore, writes about why we love suspense and how she crafts it.
Talking with Daniel Handler and his wife, Lisa Brown, about their latest picture book collaboration, Goldfish Ghost.
A look at what’s driving the boom in religion publishing for children.
A Danish book about how to make puppets that can calm newborn babies has sold in a number of territories.
A self-published author’s tips for success, including, hire the best editor you can afford.
PW senior writer Andrew Albanese on the revamped BookExpo and what the show’s changes say about the direction of the industry at large.
The More to Come crew discuss the nominees for this year’s Eisner awards, reactions to the new Guardians of the Galaxy movie, new young readers imprints at DC and Papercutz, and more.
Richard Rothstein discusses his new book, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America. And PW editorial director Jim Milliot explains the controversy over Amazon’s buy buttons.
Our bookseller bloggers are taking up Gene Luen Yang’s Reading Without Walls Challenge and writing about it.