In last week’s reading update I mentioned that I’d enjoyed Jess Montgomery’s new historical mystery, The Hollows. It was the last book I started in 2019 and was just released last Tuesday (January 14, 2020). This is the second book… Read More ›
I’m so glad I chose this book to kick off my reading for 2020. Olivia Waite’s The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics is a smarty and sexy read that combined so many of my favorite things: history, reclaiming women’s work,… Read More ›
This week’s Monday post is dedicated to telling you about Ain’t Nobody Nobody, a fantastic new mystery novel by first time author Heather Harper Ellett. It comes out tomorrow, 9/24.
An exciting, understated biography about a woman, librarian, and survivor who was deeply involved with some of the major events and movements of the 20th century.
Happy publication day to Bianca Marais! If You Want To Make God Laugh hits bookstores today. It’s been getting well-deserved pre-publication buzz and excellent reviews. There is no whiff of a sophomore slump in Bianca’s second novel. I loved the… Read More ›
Today is the 75th anniversary of D-Day. On June 6, 1944, Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, France. It was a massive assault that coordinated air, sea, and land power. Over 160,000 troops, 13,000 aircraft, and 5,000 ships were… Read More ›
I stumbled upon Welcome to the Writer’s Life while dashing into the library to return books. In true book nerd fashion, I couldn’t resist stepping into the next room to glance at the new book display even though Laura was waiting… Read More ›
The great outdoors, strong women, dogs If you like outdoorsy adventure mysteries or thrillers with a psychological edge, then check out Diane Les Becquets’ new book, The Last Woman in the Forest. It’s the story a young woman who loves… Read More ›