FFL Reading Challenge: A Classic Written by a Woman

One of the prompts on the FFL reading challenge this year is a classic written by a woman. As an English major, I could list a hundred off the top of my head, which would include just about every book ever written by a Bronte or an Austen or an Alcott

May 2018 Releases

May is here, and so are some of the most anticipated books of the year!

Female Authors, Male Pseudonyms

Writing can be a man’s world…at least some of it can be, which is why, even in 2018, there are female writers who chose to obscure their identity or take on a male pseudonym

The Oracle Year

108 predictions come to Will Dando in a dream, but what he does with them will change the world forever.

You Think It, I’ll Say It

The best-selling author of Prep and Eligible is back with her first short story collection, and it’s filled with eclectic relationships galore

All-American Murder

James Patterson returns with a narrative journalistic account of the rise and fall of Aaron Hernandez. The Patriot’s tight-end seemed to have it all until he was arrested for the murder of his friend, Odin Lloyd, and his life began to fall apart. By the end of the line, he had been convicted of one…

Unraveled

Kate Jarvik Birch’s Perfected trilogy comes to an explosive end in the final installment, Unraveled, out now.