Sometimes, real life is just as mind blowing as fiction. These 5 reads are not only amazing and hard to put down, they are also true stories! What is your favorite non-fiction read? Let us know in the comments!
Tags: Dan Abrams, Dave Itzkoff, I'll Be Gone in the Dark, Just the Funny Parts, Lincoln’s Last Trial: The Murder Case That Propelled Him to the Presidency, Michelle Dean, Michelle McNamara, Nell Scovell, Robin, Sharp
You know that feeling you get when you sit at the table to eat a meal, but it’s not in your usual chair? Or the momentary confusion you have to shake off if you wake up after sleeping on the other side of the bed? That temporary shock to the senses is at once unsettling… Read More »
Plans for a summer getaway somewhere hot? Plans for an afternoon on the deck drinking something cool? Whether you’re going five steps or five hundred miles away this summer, you’re going to need something great to read—something that makes you forget to look up from the page and makes your break feel like a true… Read More »
Tags: Amy Mason Doan, Beverly Jenkins, Everything that Follows, Harry's Trees, Jill Shalvis, Jon Cohen, Meg Little Reilly, Rainy Day Friends, Rumaan Alam, Second Time Sweeter, That Kind of Mother, The Summer List
The only thing better than reading about amazing characters is when they also love to read, which is why we can definitely relate to these five fictional female bookworms! Bookshop of Yesterdays by Amy Meyerson The bookworm: Miranda Brooks Owning a bookstore is every reader’s dream! When Miranda Brooks inherits her uncle’s book shop, she discovers… Read More »