Have you spent enough time lounging in the sun with a good book this summer? Don’t worry, we know the answer—there’s never enough time to lounge with a good book at any time of year! There are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy the warm days and plenty of books to enjoy them with. Take… Read More »
Tags: Benjamin Ludwig, Bianca Marais, David Grann, Ginny Moon, Goodbye Vitamin, Hum If You Don’t Know the Words, Jeanette Walls, Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI, Matthew Klam, Rachel Khong, Summer Heacock, Susan Mallery, The Awkward Path to Getting Lucky, The Glass Castle, The Secrets of the Tulip Sisters, Who Is Rich?
If you are lucky enough to get to spend a few days at a cottage this summer, I hope that it rains for one of those days. Because a rainy day at the cottage is not a curse—it’s a gift, where all talk of activity halts and the most pressing needs of the cottage dwellers… Read More »
Tags: 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl, Agatha Christie, And Then There Were None, Break in Case of Emergency, David Grann, Herman Koch, How You Were Born, Jack London, Jenny Lawson, Jessica Winter, Kate Cayley, Let's Pretend This Never Happened, Mona Awad, Phaedra Patrick, Robyn Carr, Staff Picks, The Call of the Wild, The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper, The Devil and Sherlock Holmes, The Dinner, What We Find
The best book club choices are not necessarily the newest or most buzzed-about books, but are the books that will get your group buzzing. Older books are fascinating when looked at through a modern lens, small-press titles are often unexpected and thought-provoking and a change of genre can reinvigorate a group’s love of book talk. Clear themes,… Read More »