My Little Pony: Friends Forever #6 | The League | Stream Link 1

News & Interviews

Beatriz Williams
Beatriz Williams The Summer Wives
A fascination with islands and Shakespeare's The Tempest were among the inspirations for Beatriz Williams' ninth historical novel, The Summer Wives, a story of love, class, and murder set on an elite resort island in the summers of 1951 and 1969.
Naomi Novik
Naomi Novik Spinning Silver
Two years after enchanting readers with her Beauty and the Beast retelling, Uprooted, Naomi Novik is putting her twist on Rumplestiltskin in Spinning Silver. The former computer programmer talked to Goodreads about fan fiction, procrastination, and being recognized on eBay.
Susan Wiggs
Susan Wiggs Between You and Me
Susan Wiggs is the bestselling author of more than 50 books, including Just Breathe, 11 books in the beloved Lakeshore Chronicles series, and two books in the Bella Vista Chronicles series. She's back this month with Between You and Me.
More Author Interviews…
Megan Abbott
Megan Abbott Give Me Your Hand
In the new psychological thriller Give Me Your Hand, author Megan Abbott looks at how a life-changing secret can destroy an unlikely friendship. Abbott knows a thing or two about writing about the dark side of female friendships, and here she picks her favorite literary duos.
Ottessa Moshfegh
Ottessa Moshfegh My Year of Rest and Relaxation
In Ottessa Moshfegh's disturbing and darkly humorous My Year of Rest and Relaxation, a young woman in pre-9/11 New York City enters into a self-imposed hibernation with the help of a terrible psychiatrist and copious amounts of prescription drugs. Here Moshfegh shares her favorite New York City novels that inspired her.
Fredrik Backman
Fredrik Backman Us Against You (Beartown, #2)
Swedish author Fredrik Backman first introduced readers to Beartown last year. Now, he's returning to the small, hockey-obsessed village with the second book in the series, Us Against You. "Sports is never just about sports. It's about people. The best and worst in us," he says, recommending his favorite books on the topic.
More Good Minds Suggest…

Alexandra Bracken
Alexandra Bracken The Darkest Legacy (The Darkest Minds, #4)
As the first book in Alexandra Bracken's dystopian trilogy gets ready to hit the big screen, she answered all our questions about the latest installment in her bestselling series, The Darkest Minds. "You get to see what the original cast has been up to, and how their world has—and hasn’t—changed," she says.
Morgan Matson
Morgan Matson Save the Date
The Unexpected Everything author answers all our questions about her latest YA romance. Here, Charlie Grant wants her sister to have a dream wedding. However, it's anything but. "It's so important to Charlie that everything go perfectly," says Matson, "because I think she can feel that everything is about to change."
More YA Author Interviews…
I'd Rather Be Reading: A Library of Art for Book Lovers
I'd Rather Be Reading: A Library of Art for Book Lovers translates the passion for reading into contemporary art, photography, and illustrations.

Mark Bradford: Tomorrow Is Another Day
Mark Bradford is best known for his large abstract paintings. He uses fragments of posters, billboards, newsprint, and other found objects to create commentaries on class, race, and gender through his lens as a black American artist.

More Book Look…
Helen Hoang
Helen Hoang The Kiss Quotient (The Kiss Quotient, #1)
How hard can it be to learn about flirting and foreplay? Math genius Stella hires an escort to teach her in Helen Hoang's irresistible debut, The Kiss Quotient. "I wanted the lesson plans to look a bit like a performance-improvement plan that you might get at an office job," Hoang says. "But with sex!"
Lauren Layne
Lauren Layne Hot Asset (21 Wall Street, #1)
Get your finances in order—Lauren Layne's about to make the stock exchange sizzle. She answers your questions about falling for "suit-wearing, power-lunching men" and the sultry battle of wits in her new romance, Hot Asset.
More Romance Author Interviews…
Penny Reid
Penny Reid Dating-ish (Knitting in the City, #6)
Life coaches and professional cuddlers and medication, oh my! Dating-ish author Penny Reid shares her favorite books on relationship research.
Megan Whalen Turner
Megan Whalen Turner Thick as Thieves (The Queen's Thief, #5)
Bow down to YA royalty—Megan Whalen Turner is back with a new The Queen's Thief adventure. She shares the books that inspire her love of history and magic.
More A Life in Books…
International Literacy Association
The International Literacy Association is a global nonprofit organization of more than 300,000 educators, researchers, and experts across 78 countries. Its mission is to make literacy accessible for all.

Asian American Writers' Workshop
Established in 1991, the Asian American Writers' Workshop is a national not-for-profit arts organization devoted to creating, publishing, and developing creative writing by Asian Americans.

More Do Good with Goodreads…
R.O. Kwon
R.O. Kwon The Incendiaries
A young Korean American college student grieving the death of her mother is drawn deep into a dangerous cult in the debut novel The Incendiaries. R.O. Kwon talked about being inspired by her own religious upbringing and loss of faith and why she spent a decade completing the book.
Ingrid Rojas Contreras
Ingrid Rojas Contreras Fruit of the Drunken Tree
The debut novel Fruit of the Drunken Tree is based on author Ingrid Rojas Contreras' own experience as a child in 1990s Colombia at the height of drug lord Pablo Escobar’s reign of terror. "I hope to complicate our understanding of the inheritance of violence and how this affects women and girls living in it," she says.
James A. McLaughlin
James A. McLaughlin Bearskin
A former smuggler tries to start a new life as a caretaker of an Appalachian forest preserve, in the thriller Bearskin. But his reprieve ends when poachers invade the woods. Author James A. McLaughlin tells us how his debut was inspired by a hitchhiker, and he describes the book's long road to publication.
More Debut Author Snapshot…
Nicola Yoon
Nicola Yoon Meet Cute: Some People Are Destined to Meet
All love stories have to start somewhere. Nicola Yoon, the author of The Sun Is Also a Star and Everything, Everything, shares an excerpt about young love from the new anthology, Meet Cute, which also features short stories from Jennifer L. Armentrout, Nina LaCour, and Sara Shepard.
More Excerpts…