Skyhorsers Reflect on 2017

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We’re a couple short weeks away from bidding adieu to 2017, and we’re reflecting on the past year. Last January, we posted some New Years Resolutions from Skyhorse staff. We thought it would be fun to revisit them and update … Read More

Our Top New Releases in 2017

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By Rebecca Bolstein, Corrections Editor

It’s a real chore, having to read every book we publish… Just kidding! Can you believe this is an actual job? Getting paid to be a bookworm? Amazing. Here are seven of my many favorites from this entire year. Which one … Read More

RFK, Jr.’s Book Framed Is Headed to TV

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Book to television alert! FX Productions has inked a deal to make Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s New York Times bestseller, Framed: Why Michael Skakel Spent over a Decade in Prison for a Murder He Didn’t Commit, into a multi-part television … Read More

Happy Rosh Hashannah!

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For all of our Jewish readers, we would like to introduce The Modern Jewish Table: 100 Kosher Recipes from Around the Globe By Tracey Fine & Georgie Tarn. Here are some revamped recipes from Tracey & Georgie that you might … Read More

The Power of the Pen: Rilke’s Ich muss!

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By Bob Mitchell, author of 'Time for a Heart to Heart'

Among my personal truckload of awesome quotes about the act of writing, perhaps my favorite was uttered by one of the greatest poets ever, the German Rainer Maria Rilke. (My second favorite is by the great American sportswriter Red Smith, … Read More

10 Books You Must Read This Fall

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Crisp air, colorful leaves and know what that means. In honor of this year’s fall season, we would like to recommend some spooky stories for you! 1. Wendigo by Vaughn C. Hardacker Algonquin legend tells of the Wendigo, an … Read More