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Bedside Reading Celebrating 20th Season In The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "We are so excited to be kicking off our 20th season with such a fabulous line-up of authors," said Jane Ubell-Meyer.

INTERVIEW: Author Amanda M. Fairbanks Talks "The Lost Boys Of Montauk"

by T.J. Clemente
The Bookshelf - "They recalled the date that the boat had gone down, even though it was now 40 years in the future. That was quite surprising to me," Fairbanks told us about the community.

Author Claire Bellerjeau To Discuss "Espionage And Enslavement In The Revolution"

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "Claire is one of the leading experts on Culper Spy Ring history, and she's done some phenomenal original manuscript research," Andrea Meyer said. "As a museum educator with a background in theater, she tells a great story."

INTERVIEW: Joe Shaw Talks Local Journalism And How It Has Evolved, The Impact Of The Internet On Print Publications, And More

by T.J. Clemente
The Bookshelf - "I say this all the time, and I hope people hear it: The East End of Long Island is a treasure trove for community journalism. People who live here, I think, may not realize just how good they have it," Shaw told us.

Bedside Reading® To Offer Complimentary Reads Over Mother's Day Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "We are happy to share that little extra something for the moms in all of our lives with our special Mother's Day collection for this special day and weekend," said Jane Ubell-Meyer.

Complimentary Spring Break Reads Available This Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "We are thrilled to provide fabulous assortment of books for the spring break getaway," said Jane Ubell-Meyer.

INTERVIEW: Author Kate McMullan And Illustrator Jim McMullan On Bay Street's "Storytime," The Importance Of Reading To Children, Their Inspirations, And More

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "I feel in children's books that I'm able to give Kate's words some other kind of resonance. It doesn't change her words, but I hope it enriches words," Jim told us.

INTERVIEW: East End-Based Author Claudia Riess On Her Art Mystery Series And New Novel, "Knight Light"

by T.J. Clemente
The Bookshelf - "All bets are off once I sit down, because the characters come to life and they are more compelling then these 5" by 7" cards. Once the characters start moving through space, they take me along," Riess told Hamptons.com.

Roger Rosenblatt To Discuss Life Lessons During Author's Talk

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "I wander from thought to thought, having learned but three things from my long night's moon. I believe in life. I believe in love. I believe we are responsible for each other," Rosenblatt reflected.

Zibby Owens' "Moms Really Don't Have Time To" Virtual Book Launch To Support COVID-19 Vaccine Research At Mount Sinai Health System

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "The essays, inspired by five things moms don't have time to do (eat, read, work out, breathe, and have sex), are raw, real, literary, and will make every reader out there feel less alone," Owens shared.

INTERVIEW: Award-Winning Children's Author, Stephanie Sorkin, Talks About Her 4th Book "Am I A Unicorn?" And The Lesson She Hopes To Share With Children

by Sydney A. Braat
The Bookshelf - "I was inspired to write 'Am I a Unicorn?' by the thousands of children that I've met over the years at school visits and book events," said author Stephanie Sorkin.

INTERVIEW: Underwater Photographer Chris Leidy On His New Photography Book, "The Coral Triangle," Top Spots To Capture, Dream Destinations And More

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "I find greater beauty in that dichotomy of raw and real, and at times even a bit dark on the surface, next to the pristine and extraordinary world that exists in the depths; so contrasting that you might never even be able to imagine its existence when on the shore," Leidy told us.

INTERVIEW: Local Author Jeffrey Sussman On His Next Book: "Big Apple Gangsters: The Rise And Decline Of The Mob In New York"

by T.J. Clemente
The Bookshelf - "The book covers the period from basically 1919, when the baseball World Series was fixed, up through the beginning of the 21st century and how the mob is still functioning, and what it is doing and what's staying under the radar," Sussman told us.

INTERVIEW: Justine Green, Ed.D., Talks "Completely Me" And The Importance Of Teaching Kids That It's OK To Be Different

by Sydney A. Braat
The Bookshelf - "I want to help children with disabilities understand that others impose disability on them and they shouldn't let that happen. They are not "missing" anything. They are capable of doing great things and their imperfections make them perfect," said Justine Green, Ed.D.

INTERVIEW: Dennis Fabiszak, East Hampton Library Executive Director, On The Digital "Authors Night" Edition, Library Programming, Reopening And More

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "They're really intimate. We really want people that are attending to feel like they're able to ask questions and have some interaction," Fabiszak told us about this year's event.

BookHampton And Vendome Press Partner For "Summer To Summer: Houses By The Sea" World Central Kitchen Benefit

by Gabrielle Topping
The Bookshelf - "These promotions not only support these worthy non-profits but also encourage customers to support their local independent bookstore. It's a true win-win!" the BookHampton team shared.

INTERVIEW: Literary Icon, James Patterson, Talks Recent Releases "Hawk" And "The Summer House" And Effervescent Career

by Sydney A. Braat
The Bookshelf - "To me, the most exciting aspect of this story is the glamour and history of the titular 'Summer House' itself. It's sort of an unexpected setting for a murder mystery, and one I'm sure readers in the Hamptons are familiar with. Hopefully it doesn't freak them out too much…" said Patterson.

Catch Up On Summer Reading With Bedside Reading®

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - "Being able to showcase established and new authors and our Hamptons partners is exciting," said Jane Ubell-Meyer.

INTERVIEW: Author Amity Gaige Pens New Novel "Sea Wife" About Family That Leaves Their Normal Life Behind & Sets Sail To Panama

by Sydney A. Braat
The Bookshelf - "First of all, I wanted to describe the drama and beauty of the sea. I loved writing about waves, wind, and weather. I'm also interested stories about risk-taking and adventure," said author Amity Gaige.

Hamptons Libraries Offering Curbside Pickup

by Nicole Barylski
The Bookshelf - If your summer reading goals have been lacking lately, getting your hands on riveting reads just got a lot easier - because many Hamptons and East End-based libraries are now offering curbside pickup.

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