Author Liane Moriarty stayed onboard to help showrunner David E. Kelley create an equally compelling follow-up that sheds light on Zoe Kravitz’s previously underserved character.
Fans of the Monterey-based series have begun celebrating on Twitter.
In a year that started in solidarity for women with the Women’s March, 2017 has jumpstarted a new feminist revolution for
Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh I think of Harriet as an ornery alternative to Nancy Drew. She's misanthropic, misunderstood
For all of you readers out there, the next time you pick up a novel, consider this: Why did the author choose this point of view? What would have happened if the book had been told from a different perspective? Or even multiple vantage points? The answers may surprise you.
It made perfect sense to me that I should try a "spin class" of my own, thinking that maybe it would change my life too. As fate would have it, my neighborhood workout studio just opened a brand new cycle class, at the beginning of the year. I signed up and have not looked back. Here are the top seven motivations Dailey Cycle has given me, one step at a time:
Meanwhile, The Girl on the Train shows no signs of loosening its grip on the top spot, which it's held now for eleven weeks
For a seventh straight week, The Girl on the Train holds the No. 1 spot on the Digital Book World Ebook Best-Seller List.
The return of agency ebook pricing for three of the Big Five publishers hasn't had much visible impact on the Digital Book World Ebook Best-Seller List so far. In the meantime, Penguin Random House continues to dominate the rankings.
It's perhaps noteworthy to find Paula Hawkins's The Girl on the Train settle into its fourth week at No. 1, even while a considerable handful of media-tie ins filled out the spots beneath it in the week heading into the Oscars.