If you are a reader that likes to stick with specific authors, ones that you have read before and know you can count on, it might be time to incorporate a few new authors in your reading rotation.
What would you do if your loved ones came back from the dead?
Calling Me Home by Julie Kibler is an impressive, moving debut novel about an unlikely friendship and the life stories shared during a cross-country drive to a funeral. The two
A poisoned apple, the needle of a spinning wheel, a trail of bread crumbs …
I’m not a believer in New Year’s resolutions, admittedly because I’ve never accomplished one in my life.
Every year for the holidays I try to include something homemade in my gift repertoire. I’ve made candles, soap and pillows.
Then listen to The Heretic's Daughter by Kathleen Kent., a compelling historical novel that is primarily set in the Andover-Billerica area of Massachusetts in the 1690s. The narrator
In the summer I, like many people, tend to focus on light reading. And, I’m usually pretty good at it.
This was an engrossing read, but it was not what I expected. With her debut novel Walker has depicted a world uncomfortably familiar to our own. The book is centered on a young girl and
This is a fascinating book, but I felt it was less about Julia and Paul Child than about their friend and OSS (Office of Strategic Services) colleague, Jane Foster.
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