"Pieces of Her" by Karen Slaughter reminds readers that we don't always know our parents as well as we think we do....
‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ by Delia Owens is a beautifully written and intriguing book that I couldn’t put down. Read my review.
Follow the 1960s space race from the wives’ perspective in Lily Koppel’s non-fiction novel ‘The Astronaut Wives Club.’ Read my review.
If you haven’t read Paula Hawkins’ “The Girl on the Train” yet, what are you waiting for?! It’s an excellent thriller - read my review.
Amy Poehler’s “Yes Please” is filled with stories about the actress’s own experiences and thoughts about her life. Read a review on the brilliant audiobook.
“The Wisdom of Perversity” by author Rafael Yglesias is a brilliant work of fiction that deals with a very difficult topic: child molestation. Find out more about the book.
College pressure is no joke for teenagers these days. Find out what I thought about Meg Mitchell Moore’s fictional novel, ‘The Admissions.’
'Walt Before Mickey' by Timothy Susanin gives an account of Walt Disney's life after he served in World War I and before the release of 'Steamboat Willie' - find out what I thought of the book.
Snow Child is a new musical that debuted at Washington DC's Arena Stage in April. After its run finishes in DC, the musical will move on to the home state of the novel and musical's story: Alaska. Read my review.
The Second Sister by Marie Bostwick is a story of loss and ever-changing relationships between family members. Follow Lucy as she copes with the loss of her sister Alice and discovers a life she never knew existed.
An Uncomplicated Life: A Father's Memoir of His Exceptional Daughter by Paul Daugherty is a non-fiction book written about a father's love for his daughter with down syndrome. A beautiful story of family and fatherhood.