Happy New Year!
Time to resolve to read more, and I have just the books to start your resolution off right
Happy New Year!
I have two new novels by best-selling authors and a non-fiction tome by another best-selling author that looks intimidating, but is surprisingly readable I hope you ll find something suitable either to read yourself or for holiday giving.
October is an all fiction month it is time to settle down with a warm drink and a wonderful novel that will take you far away from everyday life!
Two mysteries, a new Jonathan Tropper (hurray!) and a biography of the richest woman in America are September choices for fun new reads.
There are a ton of good books coming out in August. I am only covering five here, but check out your local bookstore to see what else is new it is a prolific month!
Happy summer! There is a lot of great reading this season, perfect for time spent lying on a beach blanket, drinking lemonade on the porch or swaying in a hammock. There s nothing like a good book for whiling away a lazy summer day.
May is the beginning of the summer gift-giving season (Mother s Day, Father s Day, graduations, weddings) and the publishers output reflects that demand.
This month is much different than last month’s column. It s a bit slower for the publishing industry, but I have two new titles to review and an honorable mention of a local author s book.
There are so many good new books coming out this March that I couldn t review all I read and I am only briefly covering each of the five books I chose to include. It is an embarrassment of riches!
Happy Valentine s Day! This month I’m reviewing two very different love stories guaranteed to make you reconsider your own relationship what makes it work, what could make it better, why you and your honey fell in love when we all die in the end anyway. (That last point is depressing, but trust me, the book is worth it!)