NY Times Book review Podcast

February 20, 2020 by

avatar The New York Times Book Review podcast is released every Friday.  Various Times critics, authors and editors guest each week to discuss the latest titles.  Episodes are about 40 minutes to an hour long and focus and 2-5 books per week.  Archived episodes going back several years are available as well as subscriptions to receive the latest weekly episode delivered to your email.

Clear My Name

February 19, 2020 by

indexTess Gilroy is an investigator for Innocence UK, an organization that tries to free unjustly convicted people from jail. She is working on the case of Carrie Kamara, whose daughter contacted Tess’s employer to plead her mother’s case. Carrie is serving a 15 year sentence for fatally stabbing her husband’s lover. Tess has to find the real killer, but a secret from her past returns to haunt her and could impact the case.  Paula Daly pens a gripping novel that gives the reader a birds-eye view into a women’s prison and the justice system.

Wimpy Kid Fantasy Adventure

February 13, 2020 by

The second Wimpy Kid Awesome Friendly title is scheduled to be released April 7th. Best friends Greg Heffley and Rowley Jefferson team up in this humor fantasy to save Roland’s mother. Kinney has been publishing a new Wimpy Kid every year. This new series offers fans an additional title to read as they wait for the new Diary book to be released in November.

The Perfect Fraud

February 12, 2020 by

indexClaire is a psychic, just like her mother, but she’s just not getting the vibes that she needs. So she tries to tell people what she thinks they want to hear during her readings. But when she loses her father, her world begins to change, especially her relationship with her mom.
Rena is a mom with a very sick daughter, but doctors aren’t able to diagnose her issues. She is flying to Arizona to hunt down yet another doctor to  cure her four-year old Stephanie, and her seatmate on the flight just happens to be Claire. Will Claire be able to help Stephanie before it becomes too late? The novel addresses a very disturbing psychological disorder, but one that needs to be brought to light.

The 50 Greatest Love Letters of All Time

February 11, 2020 by

Whether or not you are in love this Valentine’s “season”, it is still always fun to read “the greats” confess their love. I’ve been working my way through The 50 Greatest Love Letters of All Time and getting in the spirit. I’ll be honest – I tried a few different “love letter compilations” and this one was the best so far.

So go get inspired!


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