For those who visit regularly, you know that thrillers aren’t my go-to genre. But when a few of my colleagues at work started telling me about this great book a co-worker had published, I was intrigued. I purchased and read it in the course of a weekend – completely engaged and thoroughly entertained. But because I don’t normally review thrillers, I felt less up to that task. So instead, I asked Matt if he’d be willing to participate in a Q&A with me, and he agreed.
I know I’m late to the game with this one. Until this month, I had neither read The Remains of the Day nor watched the […]
When Emma Donoghue began work on The Pull of the Stars in 2018, she had no idea how eerily similar the world would be to […]
Tea Rings are a childhood Christmas tradition. We had this as part of our Christmas morning brunch, and my mom would make extra for friends.
Elizabeth Strout’s latest novel Oh William! is full of what we love about Strout – stories of imperfect people managing life in imperfect ways. Strout’s […]
If you find yourself with a few extra summer tomatoes, tomato pie is an easy and delicious side that is as good (if not better) warmed up.
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. Dickens’ infamous intro pretty much sums up this past year with our Book […]
Chris Bohjalian is one of the more prolific contemporary writers who is truly dexterous in his writing. In his career that spans more than 25 […]
It feels like our book club is getting more and more expert at selecting books. This year, we’ll finish with eight of our eleven books […]
Wiley Cash has a way of making Southern readers feel right at home – a skill he repeats in his latest novel, When Ghosts Come […]