By: Ruth Ware
Subject Matter: Women journalists; Cruise ships; Psychological fiction; Suspense; Literary; Suspense fiction; Mystery fiction
We have all seen them: the countless Pinterest lists of “Books You Should Read If You Loved Gone Girl“.
The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware is almost always the first one on these lists. Continue Reading
By: Richard N. Bolles
Caveat Number One: I am not (technically) looking for a new job.
Caveat Number Two: I would not ever put this much effort into finding one. Continue Reading
By: Roald Dahl
Subject Matter: Giraffes; Pelicans; Monkeys; Candy
How do you not love Roald Dahl? Continue Reading
Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.
— The Innocents Abroad by Mark Twain
By: Malcolm Gladwell
Blasphemous, I know.
Only 2.5 stars? 50% as good as is possible?
Yeah. Continue Reading
by: Forrest Carter
Subject Matter: Biography; Youth; American novelists; 20th century; Cherokee Indians
Don’t mind my puffy red eyes… Just allergies, I swear. Continue Reading
The heart of love is patience
And this coffee that I’m making
–“Sunday Morning Stasis” by Joseph Fink
By: Anne Rivers Siddons
Y’all. I love the Outer Banks.
But reading a book called Outer Banks while in the Outer Banks feels a little like wearing a spring break shirt in Daytona Beach in March. Continue Reading
By: Alison Bechdel
Subject Matter: Alison Bechdel; Comic books; Comic strips; Cartoonists; United States; Graphic novels
I recently reviewed a graphic novel, and if you read that one, then you’ll know this isn’t quite my genre.
I just don’t really get it. Continue Reading