We all know that a good belly laugh is hard to come by, especially these days, but these seven authors deliver the smiles in spades. Pad your TBR pile with books that know how to show you a good time. Who says women aren’t funny? Family and Other Catastrophes by Alexandra Borowitz As Emily’s… Read More »
Tags: #strongwomenread, Alexandra Borowitz, Eva Woods, Family and Other Catastrophes, Iris Martin Cohen, Keziah Frost, Something Like Happy, Summer Heacock, The Awkward Path to Getting Lucky, The Little Clan, The Reluctant Fortune-Teller
This month we’re looking at beautiful book covers featuring illustrations. What’s better than art and books? Here are 8 book covers with unique and artful covers that will make you want to start reading them right now.
Tags: Benjamin Ludwig, Dancing with the Tiger, Eva Woods, Flesh and Bone and Water, Ginny Moon, Helen Sedgwick, Jaroslav Kalfar, Lili Wright, Luiza Sauma, Neil Gaiman, Neverwhere, Nina LaCour, Something Like Happy, Spaceman of Bohemia, The Comet Seekers, We Are Okay
Is there anywhere better to sit and read than in your favorite café, with a hot beverage to drink and a great chair to curl up in? Even the white noise of the other patrons adds to the enjoyment, as the familiar, friendly chatter insulates you from the bustling world beyond the page. With the… Read More »
Tags: A.F. Brady, Anna SNoekstra, Braving the Wilderness, Brene Brown, Christmas at the Vinyl Café, Christopher Meades, Eva Woods, Hanna Who Fell From the Sky, Little Secrets, Rupi Kaur, Something Like Happy, Stuart McLean, The Blind, the sun and her flowers
There is nothing more cathartic than a good cry, particularly when it is not brought on by something happening to you right now, in real life. When we read, the most impactful stories are the ones that manage to touch that nerve closest to our sense of empathy and tap into our collective experience of… Read More »
Tags: come away with me, E. Lockhart, Eva Woods, Jojo Moyes, karma brown, Lisa Genova, me before you, Nadia Hashimi, Sarah’s Key, Something Like Happy, Still Alice, Tatiana de Rosnay, The Pearl That Broke Its Shell, We Were Liars