As a lover of solitude, I was drawn to this book by its title and then the cover cinched the deal. My dog Bea is a retired sled dog and I thought it would be interesting to get a glimpse… 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.
A fun and irreverent mystery that’s the perfect beach read for those pining away for Obama and Biden.
If you like crime fiction with a slow burn that lingers long after you’ve finished it, run, don’t walk to your nearest bookstore or library and check out Tangerine this Tuesday. Christine Mangan’s first novel is one of those books that… Read More ›
I was drawn to this book from the moment I saw the cover. It’s haunting, unfocused view of a building seen through a broken window brought to mind vague associations that I couldn’t quite pinpoint. Later, I had an “ah-ha”… Read More ›
I recently consolidated all the calendars and app support I’ve been using into one calendar. After much reflection, internal debate, and input from others (wife, therapist, friends), I decided to let go of my Franklin Covey binder, the online calendars… Read More ›
The Talented Ribkins by Ladee Hubbard is a charming read with the serious themes of family relationships, race, self-awareness, and more woven throughout. The protagonist of this strong debut novel is Johnny Ribkins, a 72-year-old African American man who is in… Read More ›