One of my challenges to myself this year was to read a book by a Nobel Prize winner, and since Kazuo Ishiguro is the most recent recipient, I decided to make him the lucky one!
World Poetry Day is here, and I want to use this time to let you know that poetry isn’t all Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson and Alexander Pop
Agoraphobia, bottles and bottles of wine, and new neighbors. What could possibly go wrong? Well, for Anna Fox, just about everything.
You think it’s hard to get a book published now, imagine how hard it is to get one published when you’re dead
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If you loved Gone Girl, Emma in the Night, Final Girls, or any female driven suspense thriller in the past five years, you’re going to love Gilly Macmillan.
On the Ides of March, celebrated now as March 15th, Julius Caesar was, spoiler alert, stabbed to death.
It’s summer camp for social justice warriors and activists…but then it becomes more Lord of the Flies than Kumbaya.
Do you miss the Olympics? Feel like your life is lackluster with out some of the best athletes in the world dancing across your television screen? Then check out these ten books by US Olympians
Roy and Celestial have only been married a year when Roy is sent away to prison for a crime he didn’t commit..
Course language, hearty laughs, funny voices, tales of domestic violence, and hope for a future career. That’s what you can expect from Tiffany Haddish’s memoir, The Last Black Unicorn.
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