Goodreads Newsletter

Goodreads Newsletter

Goodreads Newsletter

Families: Here’s information on great reading opportunities for students and families.

Beloved Authors Suggest Some Great Summer Reads

Looking for the perfect recommendations for your summer reading plans? We asked some of the most popular authors on Goodreads to select books for their readers. See what Margaret Atwood, James McBride, Anne Tyler, Ottessa Moshfegh, John Scalzi, and many more writers are picking just for you!

Debut Novel Finds Resilience in Reading Jane Austen

When hard times hit, debut author Natalie Jenner turned to rereading Jane Austen for solace. That coping mechanism eventually led to her writing a charming new historical fiction novel, The Jane Austen Society. Jenner talked with Goodreads about the joy of writing and the comfort of reading during a pandemic.

Goodreads’ Top Reviewers Pick the Next ‘It’ Book

The Goodreads community is, of course, exceptional when it comes to finding great books. So, we turned to some of the top book reviewers on the site to ask them to pick the book that will become the season’s “It” read: that breakout hit everyone will soon be discussing. Check out their selections!

Movers & Shakers

From bestsellers to adaptations, these are the books that are trending among your fellow readers.

1. Normal People

by Sally Rooney

2. The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

by Suzanne Collins

3. All Adults Here

by Emma Straub

4. The Book of Longings

by Sue Monk Kidd

5. Big Summer

by Jennifer Weiner

6. Where the Crawdads Sings

by Delia Owens

7. Untamed

by Glennon Doyle

8. Becoming

by Michelle Obama

9. If It Bleeds

by Stephen King

10. Beach Read

by Emily Henry

Book Ends

It may not feel like it, but time is moving forward. We can prove it: It’s time for our summer reading guide!

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Browse through thousands of book giveaways, including Lisa See’s historical fiction novel, The Island of Sea Women and Mary Beth Keane’s family drama, Ask Again, Yes.

Find even more reading inspiration and author insights on our News & Interviews page.

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