Charlotte Pence has known the man we know as the Vice President since the moment she was born, and in this memoir about her life with her father from his days in Congress to his life in the administration, she takes care to paint a well-rounded picture of a man who loves his family, loves his God, loves his country, and has clearly raised some outstanding children.
After being told to read this book by just about everyone I mention it to, I finally sat down and cranked out a reading of Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Wow! October was a HUGE month for releases, and while November is slower, it still packs some punches.
I first discovered Sarah Pekkanen when I received not one but two arcs of the December 2017 release, The Wife Between Us
All I want to do is start Christmas shopping right now, and the other day I fell into the rabbit hole that is “daily calendars,
How is it already almost 2019? How am I already chipping away at 2019 arcs and getting excited about series continuing in the spring and summer?
Paul Tremblay is an author who only recently came onto my reading radar but wow I’m already intrigued by his books
Katharine, Arsinoe, and Mirabella return in the third installment of the Queens of Fennbirn series that began with Three Dark Crowns.
The world of Harry Potter is still alive, now in a book where you can read about the fascinating collection of Harry Potter related items at the British Library.
The Opposite of Innocent is a haunting verse novel set against the backdrop of young love, what it is and isn’t, and one girl’s relationship with an older man that doesn’t go how she thought it would at all. I
Jodi Picoult returns with her 25th novel, set over the course of one day as a gunman takes those inside an abortion clinic hostage
I had never even heard of Neal Shusterman until I started an internship at Simon & Schuster and discovered his Arc of Scythe series on our take shelf! Now, I find myself eagerly anticipating reading his next book Dry.