Adriana Delgado

Adriana Delgado is an award-winning journalist and features writer. She has written author interviews and book reviews for the Palm Beach Post, the Palm Beach Daily News, and Blogcritics Magazine. Her stories have also been featured in MSN, USA Today, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Florida Today, and other outlets.


37 entries by Adriana Delgado

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The novelist/essayist talks book titles, unwanted attention, and who has ownership over children’s bodies.

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These titles deserve a coveted spot atop your TBR pile!

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The novelist talks closure, humanizing wicked characters, and rejecting the “ideal kidnapped girl” trope.

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Don't let these notable novels get away!

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These must-read releases are coming soon!

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The novelist talks dystopia, society's shortcomings, and why she's not an archeologist.

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The novelist talks unreliable narrators, creating a college, and, yes, Michael Dukakis.

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The author talks suicide, tiny houses, and the challenge of keeping readers in the dark.

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The Baltimore writer talks investigative reporting, a mysterious death, and the benefit of blending into the crowd.

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Kick off your New Year of reading with these highly anticipated picks!

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Women’s voices came through loud and clear at this year’s event.

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The mystery writer talks inspiration, complex characters, and the challenge of keeping readers in the dark.

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Recommended reading as we ease into autumn

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The writer talks early inspiration, marital strife, and the inherent weirdness of Airbnb.

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The debut novelist talks art, life-altering decisions, and the reality of scrapping the first draft.

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The debut novelist talks short stories, Sarah Lawrence, and the power imbalance between the sexes.

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The debut novelist talks journalism, tight plotting, and the allure of unreliable narrators.

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The author talks the Manhattan Project, her trailblazing grandma, and the challenge of creating diverse characters.

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The novelist discusses An American Marriage

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The author talks relationships, dark humor, and standard deviations.

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The bestselling crime writer talks Insidious Intent, which comes out in America today.

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Will you enjoy this quartet of inventive tales? The forecast is mixed.

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The journalist/author talks professional influences, unconventional characters, and the trickiness of managing multiple plot lines.

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The novelist talks sea monsters, divergent beliefs, and the complexity of human intimacy.

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In her latest work, the novelist tackles the complexity of blended families

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The debut novelist talks Rio, family strife, and the challenge of writing complex characters.

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The New York Times Book Review editor talks about life with "Bob."

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The first-time novelist talks loneliness, mental illness, and the transformative power of human kindness.

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In her latest work, The Arrangement, the novelist explores the fraught territory of open marriages.

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The novelist tackles the complexity of human touch — or the lack thereof.

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What do you get when you mix an endearing 32-year-old protagonist, her overbearing and highly dysfunctional family, and a lovely new bungalow in which the previous owner died? The answer: On Turpentine Lane.

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The children's writer discusses her first novel for grown-ups, The Light We Lost.

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In her newest work, This Is Not Over, the novelist tackles private rage played out publicly on social media.

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The New York Times film guru discusses his recent book, Better Living Through Criticism.

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The former actress discusses hardship, Hollywood, and her satisfying switch to writing.

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The American expat talks about the writing process, the challenge of crafting strong characters, and her life in Greece.

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The novelist discusses The Wicked City, strong female characters, and the allure of the Jazz Age.