The pressure is intense. There are so many options. There are so many people to please! How do you choose the perfect book for book club?
Despite what felt like an inordinate amount of rain this May, I refused to be kept indoors!
Spy fiction is not a genre I usually read (or, really never read) much to the chagrin of my friend, fellow writer and fellow member of the best book club ever, Elizabeth MacKenzie Biedell.
As I flitted around to various holiday celebrations, I started to notice a trend, people like to talk about their latest TV binge obsession. I like to binge TV too, but over my holiday break I binged something better. I binged books!
Ten women. Two Books. One beach house. Three days of bookish fun! (Who says you can't have a great time at the beach in October?)
This is my new favorite regular blog topic - writing about my five favorite bookish stories of the week. Every week I find tons of stories about books and writing that are so compelling, it's hard to choose just five. And I know not everyone has time to read through all the news, let alone news about books...
It's summertime, which for many kids means hazy, lazy days diving into pools and bike rides until sunset. But, you don't want to just let those developing brains wither away in the hot sun! Learn how to get a book under those sunblock covered noses from someone who knows best - a teacher.
If you are a Harry Potter fan, you may be aware that J. K. Rowling herself is launching an online Harry Potter Book Club this June. I've been skeptical of online book clubs. But, I decided it was time to make an informed decision about them. So I did some research into the best and worst parts of online book clubs to see if they were for me.