Bookish Tuesday, Fiction, Historical

Historical Fiction Favorites

Historical fiction wound up being the genre that got me back into reading at the end of my self-isolation during this pandemic and I have a feeling it's what I'm going to want to be reading for most of the summer - to escape a different time in the past where things were, if not… Continue reading Historical Fiction Favorites

Comic Monday, Fantasy, Fiction, Graphic Novel

Monstress by Marjorie Liu & Sana Takeda

When I first started going to a real comic book store, I discovered that I have a love of reading comics issue by issue, instead of bound volumes. I still only get the comic book shop every few months or so, but this was the first comic I started reading by issue! Synopsis From the… Continue reading Monstress by Marjorie Liu & Sana Takeda

Fiction, Historical

The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner

There's nothing like a global pandemic to completely change ones reading habits, right? Well, I guess we really wouldn't know. Either way, I'm ready way more historical fiction in the last week than I've read in years. However, fun fact, historical fiction was what really got me into reading way back in the third grade… Continue reading The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner

Book Club, Fiction, Historical, Romance, Young Adult

Lovely War by Julie Berry

On the store blog today my coworker Anna and I featured our favorite new romances, all contemporary save one, as we thought it time we feature the books that bring us joy in the world right now. Lovely War I read because I'm going to be joining Anna's YA for All Book Club that she… Continue reading Lovely War by Julie Berry

Contemporary, Fiction, Thriller

Ghosts of Harvard by Francesca Serritella

Originally I had planned to post my review of Elizabeth Wein's latest book, Enigma Game, but I found out on Wednesday that instead of being published on Tuesday as planned, it's now been pushed back until November. So after wandering around my library (well, really spinning in circles looking at the shelves while standing in… Continue reading Ghosts of Harvard by Francesca Serritella

Bookish Tuesday, Fiction, Non-Fiction

Hidden Gems

As a lover of books I am often recommending books that I absolutely love, but people have rarely heard of. Whether to customers, siblings, family, or friends, I love nothing more than sharing a great book with them! Click on the image to go to the full review! Often I get asked by people for… Continue reading Hidden Gems