It’s November and you know what that means…I’m doing NaNoWriMo.
Andrew Sean Greer won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for his novel, Less, but it wasn’t his debut novel.
Few things sell me on a book faster than finding out it has multiple POVs.
In this speculative fiction light-dystopia, the Personhood Amendment has been passed and now abortion and IVF are illegal.
Around 3PM EST on April 16th, it was announced that Less, a novel by Andrew Sean Greer, was the 2018 Recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction.
Another popular “reading challenge” prompt, along with “fruits and vegetables” is a book with a certain color in the title. I think the PopSugar prompt for this year is “A book with your favorite color in the title.”
Jill Charron wakes up, unable to remember the past six weeks, and discovers her best friend is dead. Did she do it?
If you love mysterious heroines and trying to backtrack through a mystery, Lockhart’s latest novel, Genuine Fraud, is the book for you.
I love books that switch between POV, especially when it is done well, and Young Jane Young excels in that
Sister is a strangely beautiful prose account of a woman obsessed with her husband’s first wife.
A man and his three sons move into The Gardens, and nothing is ever the same again. The Goldens pull their neighbors into their circle, full of intrigue and namelessness and the mysteries of their past that they cannot escape. The story is moderated, and that really is the best way to describe it, by…