Here’s something you’ll want to add to your RSS feed. National Public Radio has a fantastic new feature—Three Books, in which a writer recommends three great reads on a single theme. So far, the books chosen run the gamut from popular to lesser known, hot-off-the-press to classic, as well as literary to lighter fare.
Sloane Crosley, author of the much-buzzed I Was Told There'd Be Cake, riffed on the theme of sun and sand. Diane Abu-Jaber weighed in with three books about blood and brains.