The Orphan’s Tale
Complex, nuanced and yes, sometimes struggling—the women we love most in books are the women that are able to show their vulnerable side and their warrior side; women in complicated situations who have the audacity, strength and tenacity to overcome adversity while keeping it real. From a mother willing to do anything to protect her… Read More »
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Our favorite non-official holiday is coming up, and while the day for “ladies celebrating ladies” may have begun as a sitcom joke (thank you for all you have given us, Leslie Knope), February 13 has become Valentine’s Day’s antithetical sister holiday; a day that every gal can enjoy whether or not she’ll be receiving flowers… Read More »
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A family fractured by addiction; children torn from their parents and sold to other homes; a surprising tale of friendship during World War II—these are just some of the must-reads for those who want a good, cathartic cry with their literature this season. Like a moody, grey day punctuated by a beam of sun, these… Read More »
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