If you like well-researched and well-written nonfiction on hot-button issues like diversity, police, and the modern political moment, look no further than the books of Heather MacDonald.
One of the PopSugar Reading Challenge prompts for 2019 asks you to read a book with “love” in the title
One of the January releases for Audible Originals was a real throwback!
I couldn’t wait any longer to get my hands on this book, one of the most frequent “best of 2018” books
Though I haven’t read any of her books yet, I’m fascinated by Colleen Oakes as an author.
One of the challenges for the 2019 PopSugar Reading Challenge is to read a book with a two word title.
Wow, I started off 2019 at a sprint.
For my “realistic fiction” selection for my grad class on YA literature, I picked up an ARC I’d been starring at for awhile: Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany Jackson.
When I came across the ARC for Stolen Time on Edelweiss, I was immediately intrigued, and when I began looking at Danielle Rollins’ other work, I was sold.
I’ve never been a huge “romance” reader but now that I’ve discovered what I will call the rom-com genre that is Christina Lauren, I’m obsessed.
The ALA announced all the major winners for our favorite awards, like the Printz, The Newbery, the Caledecott, and more.
What a stacked book month!