Scarlett’s mother is a mommy blogger like no other,constantly writing about every moment in her daughter’s life for the world to read. So, she hatches a plan to become totally boring, depriving her mom of new material. However, when her elderly neighbor is rushed to the hospital after a fall, leaving her cat wailing forContinue reading “Secrets and Scones by Laurel Remington”
Cassie Beresford seems to have everything. That is until the charity auction where it’s publicly revealed her husband has been cheating on her with her best friend for the past two years. Then she’s suddenly promoted to head teacher with no notice. Oh, and the fields in her tiny village are targeted by developers intentContinue reading “A Village Affair by Julie Houston”
Three different women. Three different stages in their relationships. Annie is hoping to rekindle her former marriage, Nina wants to avoid the holidays and men after the recent death of her father, and Holly, still in school, is just starting with her first boyfriend. Love is certainly in the air as these women’s lives buckContinue reading “The Magic of Christmas Tree Farm by Erin Green”
Sometimes there are books that are so full of joy that none of their flaws really matter. Archer Magill is growing up fast in a Chicago suburb and he’s on the lookout for role-models. He certainly has plenty to choose from: his car-loving father, his architect grandfather, Uncle Paul, who’s all-around amazing, and Mr. McLeod,Continue reading “The Best Man by Richard Peck”
Happy Book Birthday to Speechless by Adam P. Schmitt! Its call number can officially be found in libraries everywhere, meaning you can grab your own copy starting today.
The 2018 Midterms are upon us. Political advertisements are dominating the airwaves. Mailboxes are stuffed to the brim with candidate mailers. Canvassers are still exploring communities, trying to get every voter to turn up. While politics can be polarizing, all candidates are connected by these actions: the art of the campaign.
Three different women. Three different affairs. One Basic Theology Course for Fallen Women that brings them all together.
Kathleen Turner is one of the most iconic actors working in the business, and this book seeks to pin down her insights into her acting process. This is not necessarily something that should fill an entire book considering her mantra on acting is, “Shut up and do it.” However, Kathleen Turner is also incredibly smart,Continue reading “Kathleen Turner on Acting by Kathleen Turner & Dustin Morrow”
The last place Jimmy wants to be is at his cousin Patrick’s wake. Add in the fact he’s wearing last year’s outgrown dress pants and he’s about as uncomfortable as possible. That is until things get worse when his mother informs him he’ll be making a speech at Patrick’s funeral. Why him? And what canContinue reading “Speechless by Adam P. Schmitt”
When Mr. Pack Rat wants to collect all the wonderful things he finds, he turns to his trusty (and magic) magnet. However, as his room overflows with more and more stuff, he’s forced to consider if his hoarding habit really makes him happy.