What are you doing for March break this year? Even if you aren’t taking some time off, we still want to give you a reason to celebrate, with an early look at some upcoming books we think you’ll love! So tell us, what would you do with a week off? Go… Read More »
Tags: Alexandra Borowitz, Amy Lloyd, contest, Courtney Evan Tate, Damian Dibben, Debra Webb, Family and Other Catastrophes, Find Me, J.S Monroe, Last Seen, Rick Mofina, Sarah Haywood, Such Dark Things, The Cactus, The Innocent Wife, The Longest Silence, Tomorrow
In this witty and heartfelt debut, one woman’s unconventional journey to motherhood means learning to embrace the unexpected Even the prickliest cactus has its flower… For Susan Green, messy emotions don’t fit into the equation of her perfectly ordered life. She has a flat that is ideal for one, a job that suits her passion… Read More »
Grumpy characters can be some of the most fun to read about. Here are 6 books featuring lovable curmudgeons that you’ll absolutely love.
Tags: A Man Called Ove, Anne of Green Gables, Fredrik Backman, Keziah Frost, L.M. Montgomery, Markus Zusak, Phaedra Patrick, Rise and Shine Benedict Stone, Sarah Haywood, The Book Thief, The Cactus, The Reluctant Fortune-Teller
Hitting the middle of anything can feel lonely—neither beginning nor end, accomplishment nor failure. In a photo, the middle distance is a space that can often represent a void, but it’s important to remember that in that void, that space, anything is possible. And it’s beneficial to see the middle years of life in that… Read More »
Tags: #strongwomenread, Allegra Huston, As You Wish, Frances Mayes, Jude Deveraux, Nancy Thayer, Sarah Haywood, Say My Name, Terry McMillan, The Cactus, The Guest Cottage, The Interruption of Everything, Under the Tuscan Sun