My review and thoughts of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt.
East of Eden and two early books by Colson Whitehead are in my stack of books to read by the end of 2019. Also including The Overstory by Richard Powers.
My review and thoughts on The Institute by Stephen King.
I share my thoughts on the first few chapters of The Overstory by Richard Powers. This powerful novel was named the Pulitzer Prize pick for best fiction for 2019.
A brief book review that highlights the unique elements of Misery that make Stephen Kong’s story so original.
This article shares some tips on how to use the public library system to its greatest potential.
I asked this question earlier today on instagram, and as always the community had a lot to say. There were so many readers who chimes in to answer this question, which can sometimes be a difficult decision to make. There were a few familiar titles, some that I have been wanting to read, and evenContinue reading “The Best Book I’ve read in 2018”
Getting kids excited about reading books can be a challenge. There are more things than ever that compete for our attention, and some parents struggle to get their children to read a book. One of the things that works well in my house is… essentially bribery. We load up on treats, we find a stackContinue reading “We take our Read a Thons seriously”
I came across a nice little info graphic on the web that illustrates some of the advantages of reading books. And all of these are true, or at least they “might be” true. There is one that I can’t relate to personally. (See below). I can never seem to get out of a bookstore withoutContinue reading “Books – a great, free source of entertainment”
I bought this book at a signing in Boston last week. The author Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah read a selection and gave some thoughts on his experience as a new writer. The book is a collection of short stories with deep, impactful themes but told in digestible and entertaining settings. These stories each mix an aspectContinue reading “Friday Black book review”