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“Go For It. But Don’t Give Up the Day Job” -- Author B.A. Shapiro on the Art of Writing, & Writing About Art

The disappearance of a young painter in New York City on the eve of World War II shapes B.A. Shapiro’s fascinating historical novel, The Muralist.

Celebrity Picks: Norman Lear's Favorite Reads of 2015

We have to admit, we're all kind of in love with Norman Lear here. It was already quite enough that he was the genius behind the curtain of some of our favorite--and groundbreaking--television shows of our, ahem, younger days: All in the Family, The Jeffersons, Maude, and Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.  But when he came to our offices to speak about his memoir, Even This I Get to Experience, the deal was sealed.

Best Children's Books of 2015

As the year goes by, there are books that immediately come to mind when you think of the best ones you read.  In the case of children's books, the best of them cover a lot of ground (as they must)--picture books, chapter books, exciting nonfiction, and of course the novels...  We put together our picks for the top 20 children's books of 2015 across all ages, and then the top 20 for each kids category.  Circus Mirandus is our favorite children's book of the year and also our number one for ages 9-12.  It's a magical story of friendship, family, and the power of imagination so vividly described that I still picture scenes from it in my mind.  Below you'll find the number one book for each category and links to the rest--it's been a great year in children's books.

Celebrity Picks: Nathan Lane's Favorite Reads of 2015

We begin week three of our Celebrity Picks with Nathan Lane, whose iconic and often hilarious roles in The Birdcage, The Lion King, Modern Family, and The Producers, just to name a few, have made him a legend of stage and screen.

Anatomy of Success: Shonda Rhimes's "Year of Yes"

In her Year of Yes, TV creator/producer Shonda Rhimes reveals that for all her success – she’s the woman behind, among many other shows, Grey’s Anatomy, and now "owns" Thursday night TV – she was riddled with negativity.

Graphic Novel Friday: Winter Spooktacular

Here at GNF, every day is Halloween. While October may have come and gone like a bump in the night, there are plenty of spooky reads ahead in 2015 to scare away the visions of sugarplums and upcoming holiday cheer.

Celebrity Picks: Diana Gabaldon's Favorite Reads of 2015

Since the publication of Outlander--over 20 years ago!--Diana Gabaldon has enchanted readers with her somewhat unclassifiable tales of time-tripping romance in the 18th century Scottish Highlands.

"Steady, Steady, Steady": The Triumph of The Three-Year Swim Club

Is it just me, or does The Three-Year Swim Club have The Boys in the Boat written all over it? Like that 2013 bestseller, this book chronicles the quest for Olympic glory of an underdog American team.

The Winners of the 2015 National Book Awards

The 2015 National Book Awards presentation in New York was a packed affair, better attended than in recent years and elegant as always in the old Wall Street bank that is now Cipriani.

The Winners of the 2015 National Book Awards

The 2015 National Book Awards presentation in New York was a packed affair, better attended than in recent years and elegant as always in the old Wall Street bank that is now Cipriani.

Celebrity Picks: Pharrel Williams's Favorite Reads of 2015

Pharrell Williams has earned ten Grammy Awards for his work as a singer, songwriter, and producer, including the hit song "Happy!

Sarah MacLean Talks to Lisa Kleypas about Her Return to Historical Romance

Lisa Kleypas is a romance virtuoso. Whether she’s writing historicals or contemporaries, her stories shine with strong women and the men who fall for them.

Celebrity Picks: Erik Larson's Favorite Reads of 2015

Erik Larson is one of the best-selling nonfiction writers of our time, because he also happens to be one of our greatest storytellers.

On the Side: Thanksgiving with "V is for Vegetables"

Somehow Thanksgiving is just around the corner and once again I'm looking for a new side dish to try.  Thumbing through Michael Anthony's V is for Vegetables (one of our picks for the Best Cookbooks of 2015) I found this delicious looking combination of kale, parsnips, and Parmesan.  And since it's kale, I'll feel so healthy even as I stuff myself with creamy, cheesy goodness...  Check out the recipe and photos from the book below:     PARSNIP & KALE GRATIN SERVES 6 I USE A CLASSIC RICH combination of cream, butter, and garlic to draw out the seductive qualities of soft parsnips and kale.

Celebrity Picks: Mary-Louise Parker's Favorite Reads of 2015

Week two of our Celebrity Picks continues with a writer dear to our own hearts: Mary-Louise Parker--you might know her from Weeds and The West Wing, among other roles--whose Dear Mr.

The Last Word on Nerds: A Treatise by Rainn Wilson, Noted Bassoonist

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Amazon Book Review.

Celebrity Picks: Nicholas Sparks's Favorite Reads of 2015

We kick off week two of our Celebrity Picks onslaught with one of the most popular writers of our time: Nicholas Sparks.

Amazon's Best Books of November: Part Two

Yes, we just revealed our picks for the Best Books of 2015—a list that is compiled, in part, from culling Best of the Month selections.

Celebrity Picks: Jesse Eisenberg's Favorite Reads of 2015

We love selecting books for our own Best Books of the Year event, but we're always interested in what others are reading, as well.

Wax On: An Ode to an Enduring Obsession

Everything I am about to write is a cliché. I recently became separated from a rather large compact disc collection.