Wondering what to do this holiday weekend? Shelf Pleasure has the answer! Meet Hannah Fielding, a romance sensation in the UK who is releasing her books in the US for the first time. Also visiting Shelf Pleasure is the fabulously funny Georgia Clark. If you aren’t familiar with the name, trust us, this is one exciting writer to watch.
From reading recommendations to the best book news, here are the stories not to miss:
Author Q&A: Hannah Fielding
Hannah Fielding is a bestselling, award winning romance author who is poised for breakout success in the US. Learn more about Fielding and her beloved novels.
My Other Thing by Georgia Clark
We’re quickly becoming Georgia Clark fangirls with her fresh and witty voice. Clark explains the parallels between her ceramics class and her career as a writer—and how it helped her give up her need for control.
Author Q&A: Didier Quémener
Your mouth will water just reading this Q&A about French food from an established chef who learned to love cooking as a child growing up in the French countryside. As an added bonus, find out his top restaurant recommendations in Paris.
What I’m Reading: Christina Hoag
From a Jane Eyre spinoff to a James A. Michener classic, author Christina Hoag shares the books currently sitting on her nightstand—and why they’re so meaningful.
Best New Books
One more beach weekend up ahead, and luckily for us it’s a long one! Need a book to read? Here are the best new books of the week. And keep an eye out for our list of the most eagerly anticipated fall titles—coming soon!
Reading Roundup: A Book Lover’s Haven
See the small town with a bookshop on every corner (next vacation, perhaps?), learn more about the silent book club, and discover the hidden independent bookstore in Manhattan that has managed to stay in business for more than 90 years!
After months of anticipation
We couldn’t wait to get our hands on Liane Moriarty’s Truly Madly Guilty! Moriarty never misses and her latest is no exception. What begins as a fun afternoon BBQ drastically changes the lives of three families. As always, Moriarty keeps the suspense building, but the story is also a meaningful look at what it means to be a good friend, parent and partner.
Until next week, happy reading!