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On February 26th, Jodi Picoult releases her latest novel, The Storyteller.
Sage Singer is a baker. She works through the night, preparing the day's breads and pastries, trying to escape a reality of loneliness, bad memories, and the shadow of her mother's death. When Josef Weber, an elderly man in Sage's grief support group, begins stopping by the bakery, they strike up an unlikely friendship.
Everything changes on the day that Josef confesses a long-buried secret, and asks Sage for an extraordinary favour. With the integrity of the closest friend clouded, Sage begins to question the assumptions she's made about her life. When does a moral choice become a moral imperative? And where does one draw the line between punishment and mercy?
Another thought-provoking story that is sure to please and challenge fans of Jodi Picoult, the Indigo Blog is pleased to share this brief excerpt as a teaser.
My legs were hooked around the stool where I sat, watching my father shape loaves. He set them to proof inside the floured folds of a baker’s couche, patting the round, dimpled rise of each one, supple as a baby’s bottom. Inside my brassiere, the edges of my Christian…
Looking for the next Fifty Shades of Grey? S.E.C.R.E.T, by the mysterious L. Marie Adeline, may be it. It’s the first in a sexy new series—but this time, the women are in control.
Of the Indigo readers who’ve got a chance to read this novel before it released, none of them have been disappointed, and that is saying something, as I heard little consensus on the new erotica superstars (E.L James, Sylvia Day, or Sylvain Reynard) and which one of them actually delivered the goods.
Lonely widow Cassie accidentally discovers a secret society of women seeking to act on their deepest fantasies. Their mantra: No limits. No judgment. No shame. Enticing, liberating and emotionally powerful, S.E.C.R.E.T is a world where fantasy becomes reality.
We’re pleased today to share a teaser (pun intended) from this novel, which introduces Cassie to the group that will change her life …
Waitresses are adept at reading body language. So are wives who’ve lived under the same roof as angry drunks. And I had been both, a wife for fourteen years and a waitress for almost four. Part of my job was to know, sometimes even before customers did, what they wanted. I could…
The Indigo Fiction Blog is pleased to share a new blog from Alan Bradley, author of the fantastic historical Flavia DeLuce mystery series. The fifth installment, Speaking From Among the Bones, is available on January 29, 2013 – and this blog not only reveals how the series got to where it is now, it also will give you some hints about book number six …
A Series of Fortunate Events
“However did the Flavia de Luce books manage to go from one to six to ten?”
Believe it or not, it’s a question I’m often asked. If you’re desperately curious to know, read on.
When Flavia first appeared, unbidden, on the page of another novel I was attempting to write, she was no more than a few words, and then a sentence: an unknown girl sitting on a camp-stool. But she quickly became a paragraph – a page – and was soon in real danger of becoming a chapter.
It was at that point I realized that she required her own book, and so went back to the beginning and began writing what was to become Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie.
When the first 15 or so pages…
We'd like to wish Mr. Darcy a very happy birthday, as January 2013 is the 200th anniversary of Pride and Prejudice, one of Jane Austen's most beloved novels. (Mr. Darcy is looking pretty good for his age, wouldn't you agree?)
We adore the BBC adaptation (who wouldn't swoon with Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy?) , and if you're not following The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, you really should be; but being bookaholics, we have a decided preference for the print version – especially if they add style to one's bookshelf.
So if you want your very own Mr. Darcy, here are a few editions to add flair and elegance to your library...
Oh, and you'll also find more Mr. Darcy in our Pride & Prejudice shop.
1) Pride and Prejudice: Penguin Classics Deluxe (Cover art by fashion illustrator Ruben Toledo)
2) Pride and Prejudice: Penguin Classics Drop Caps series (Cover art by type designer Jessica Hische)
3) Pride and Prejudice: Penguin Classics (Orange Edition)
4) Pride and Prejudice: Annotated, Revised and Expanded
If you have a favourite edition of Pride and Prejudice, we'd love to hear…