I adored returning to Louisa‘s world. ❤️ #24in48
Santa brought me these in the early ‘80s, and I love them all. #24in48
I loved this saucy romance with fantastic characters. I was rooting for Alexa and Drew from the start! #thewallsareclosingin
Loved this post-apocalyptic novel that features a resourceful, resilient protagonist. Our library sci-fi/fantasy book group gave it 👍👍.
I flew through this book that explores how and why a great number of Americans don't use traditional banks in favor of alternative financial services. I especially liked reading about the author's field work at check cashing and payday loan businesses.
Facilitating a discussion of this riveting WWII book. We'll talk about honor, goodness, fear, memory. Much of the book is the story of a German fighter pilot, a perspective I never truly considered.
My favorite read of the year so far. Funny, touching, sad - I felt the range of emotions. I especially loved how memories were used to develop the story. ❤️
Looking forward to reading this Mississippi author.
Loved visiting this cute shop with a great selection of regional titles in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Such a lovely bookstore in Jackson, Mississippi.
#24in48 Had a ball, and Island People was my favorite book of the readathon. Part travel narrative, part historical perspective, I felt like I was part of the author's journey through the Caribbean.
#FunFridayPhoto The Jackson Brodie series is 💯.
We have a library patron who loves the contemporary references in Stephen King and Joe Hill. He's OK with the horror aspect of King and Hill, but what he really likes is their great storytelling. What authors or books would you recommend as readalikes? Thanks!
#tbrtuesday These are on deck while I read Manitou Canyon by William Kent Krueger.
Reading about Magellan for history book group. A great way to start #biblioweekend.
An important addition to my education.
Attended Terry Tempest Williams reading at Effigy Mounds National Monument in Iowa tonight. She was amazing! And this book.
#FunFridayPhoto I adore Kit, and I fell in love with Nat right along with her.
Fun Friday Photo. I return again and again to Frank Bascombe, whose dreaminess I still relate to all these years after I met him.
If you like true-life adventure/survival stories, especially ones that take place in subzero conditions, you might just like this. #recommendsday