There’s a new genre of fiction emerging – COVID Lit. Two of the last few books I’ve read have commenced with the “shelter in place” orders that came in March 2020. And this is where Elizabeth Strout places Lucy Barton from her Amgash Series in Lucy by the Sea, the fourth in the series.
Reader beware! If last year was a peak in 4-star ratings for our book club, this year may have been a valley. That said, it […]
Where the Crawdads Sing hits theaters. The review I posted about the book in 2019 has garnered 144,000 hits and 135 comments. That post alone catapulted the number of Lit&Leisure’s unique visitors to nearly 60k in 2020 and has kept the monthly average above 2k. Obviously, something I wrote resonated.
Here it is – my Book Club’s 2022-2023 Short List Book Selections! Thanks to all who contributed their thoughts on the Facebook post of my […]
It has been a hot minute since I’ve written a restaurant review but our latest experience at one of our favorite Myrtle Beach restaurants – […]
The Sea, The SeaThis Booker Award winner from 1978 is the story of Charles Arrowby, a retired theater director who leaves London and rents a […]
The years are flying. It doesn’t feel like it has been that long since posting last year’s book club long-list and subsequent short-list, but here […]
I first learned of The Source from a list of suggested readings prior to my trip to Israel in 2019. At 900 pages, there wasn’t […]
This isn’t your normal recipe post. Sometimes the stars align, and I get to host my book club when we’re reading something that really lends […]
April is Financial Literacy Month, so I’m squeaking in a post about a topic I’ve been immersing myself in for about two years. I don’t […]