Hello, book lovers! Name one thing more enticing than a new release with Reese Witherspoon’s official book club sticker pasted on its cover. How about Grammy Award-winning musical artist Alicia Keys adapting a fan favorite song into a graphic novel? Well, this week you can have both. Plus, a look at Amazon’s upcoming fantasy series and all of fall’s must-reads. Anyway, without further ado, enjoy this mix of stories from the book world.

Celebrity Book Recs: Check out these four must-reads from the Queen of the Book Club herself, Reese Witherspoon! — BookTrib

Alicia Keys Will Transform Hit Song “Girl on Fire” Into a YA Graphic Novel: The 15-time Grammy Award-winner’s positive message, first captured in the song, will now reach young people in a new way. — Billboard

Watch the Trailer for Amazon’s The Wheel of Time! Based on Robert Jordan’s beloved books, it’s poised to be the next big fantasy series. — Tor

Stephen Graham Jones Talks Slasher Films and Final Girls: Exploring his new novel, My Heart Is a Chainsaw, Jones dives into the slasher-horror sub-genre and the recent spate of “final girl” books. — BookTrib

Colm Toibin Dramatizes the Life of Another Major Novelist in The Magician: NYT bestselling author of The Master and Brooklyn digs into the intriguing life of German literary giant Thomas Mann. — The New York Times

GIVEAWAY! Enter to win these two tales of intrigue in women’s fiction. — BookTrib

Paula Hawkins Captivates Readers Again in A Slow Fire Burning: The bestselling author of The Girl on the Train is back with another thrilling, unreliably narrated tale with twists you won’t easily recover from. — BookTrib

Fiction-Inspired Music Is Having Its Moment: With two nods to works of classic literature on Taylor Swift’s latest album, Evermore, and Dolly Parton’s debut novel, what literary-musical collaborations might we see next? — The Guardian

13 Must-Reads to Keep You Cozy This Fall: From haunting thrillers to small-town drama and heartwarming romance, this list has something to keep everyone warm as the weather starts to chill. — BookTrib

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