- Cover Reveal: M.T. Anderson Lands an Alien Novel in 2017
And it’s funny.”The story began (improbably) as an assignment from Amnesty International, which was putting together a short story collection aimed at exploring the idea of identity and privacy rights.
- The Collected Stories
Fans of the author should be thrilled at having such a wide body of work between two covers.
- ERIKA'S STORY
(Perhaps this is what's meant by the cover?)
- National Geographic's New Fiction Imprint to Cover Everything 'Under the Stars'
“There’s a different set of readers, kids who love fiction and are drawn to stories, who can find us in a different way,” she said.Throughout the process, editors and designers turned to what Green called their “secret weapon”: panels of young readers who offer their opinions on everyt
- Short Stories
Soderberg (1869-1941) has a considerable reputation in Sweden for his essays, reviews, novels, plays and short stories, and this collection of 26 tales covers a wide range of topics, including philosophy, religion, politics and the gamut of human emotions and experiences.
- Pacos Story
The ghost of one of these soldiers narrates the story of survivor Paco Sullivan, who lies covered with flies and dirt for two days before being rescued.
- Cover Reveal: Mo Willems's 'The Pigeon HAS to Go to School!'
The story, about a girl’s journey from audience member to performer, is an homage to all the artists whose work moves a new generation to create.
- Cover Reveal: NPR Host Scott Simon Looks for a New Audience
The cover is revealed here for the first time.
- This Story Is a Lie
Its use of math is fresh and fascinating, but Pollock mashes Peter’s mental health issues into a spy/serial-killer/action/revenge/family story, which morphs among genres and doubles back to cover Peter’s personal backstory of being bullied and his close relationship with Bel.
- A Soldier's Story
From the 19-page Time cover story and excerpt (November 17), to Lynch's 90-minute ABC Primetime Live interview with Diane Sawyer the night the book went on sale and the highly rated November 9 TV movie, the tale of Lynch's capture and dramatic rescue has clearly seized the
- The Most Dangerous Man in the World: The Explosive True Story of Julian Assange and the Lies, Cover-ups, and Conspiracies He Exposed
Fowler, an award-winning Australian reporter, draws on interviews he conducted in 2010 with Julian Assange and his associates to offer an intriguing if slight biography of the controversial and charismatic editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks.
- Big White Lie: The Inside Story of the Deep Cover Sting Operation That Blows the Lid Off The...
This hair-raising memoir by a former undercover DEA agent points out the U.S. government's failure to uphold anti-drug laws.
- Dead Wrong: The Continuing Story of City of Lies, Corruption and Cover-Up in the Notorious Big Murder Investigation
Rolling Stone contributing editor Sullivan digs into the unsolved murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace (The Notorious B.I.G.) in this well-researched, if dense, follow-up to Labyrinth.
- Cover Reveal: Two New Stuart Gibbs Projects to Pub Back-to-Back
“It was so much fun to see how Anjan developed the story visually,” he said.
- Cover Reveal: Jon Scieszka's 'Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor'
It’s not just the illustration of a story.