5 Reasons to Love Librarians–and Why Most of Us Can’t Do Their Jobs

As book lovers, we’re pretty sure that librarians should be celebrated every day, but according to our calendar, only November 18th has been designated “High Five a Librarian Day.”

Happy Thanksgiving! Celadon’s Recipe Roundup

Sweet treats, turkey tips, and annual traditions from the Celadon Family.

How to Get into Book Publishing: Publicity

Celadon’s Director of Publicity reveals how she went from magazine to book publishing and details some of her successes along the way

Best Audiobooks: November 2018

A grisly discovery on an idyllic Irish estate; a darkly comic debut novel written in a jail cell; a riveting history of Los Angeles’s Central Library. Fascinating stories can be found in the most unexpected of places.

Best Podcasts of 2018: November

From politics and true crime to pop culture and an alleged sex cult, this month’s best podcasts list has something for everyone.

What to Watch: The Girl in the Spider’s Web and Other New Movies Based on Books

You can almost set your calendar by the characters making the jump from printed page to movie screens: summer is the season of comic book crusaders invading the cineplex, and fall is the time for your favorite literary heroes to take center stage. This season we’re treated with historical fiction, mid-century drama, and a recast of everyone’s favorite Swede, Lisbeth Salander.

3 Ways to Throw a Genre-themed Halloween Party

Looking for ideas on how to combine your favorite literature genre and its dastardly characters with the bedlam of a great Halloween party? Here’s how to nail down a party theme, inspire your guests with unexpected costume contests, and set the mood.

Best Podcasts of 2018: October

With Halloween is just around the corner the podcasts we’re listening to this month confront some of our deepest fears, from serial killers to cults, and worse, heartbreak.

Best Audiobooks of 2018: October

This month’s selections of audiobooks include a British drama that tackles a political scandal in the age of #MeToo, Stephen King’s self-described “scariest book,” and a gripping memoir that travels from a survivalist outpost in Idaho to Cambridge University.

Uncovered: Behind The Silent Patient’s Stunning Cover Design

The marriage of word to image is one of the most important moments in a book’s life, so to find out how the magic happens we’re asking designers to “peel back the cover” on upcoming Celadon titles. In the first installment, Creative Director Anne Twomey reveals how she arrived at the haunting cover of Alex Michaelides’s shocking psychological thriller The Silent Patient.

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