What We’re Reading 8/19

It's official, y'all: summer break is almost over. Which means it's time to squeeze in some last summer reads! Here's what our booksellers suggest diving into before those school bells start ringing. Thin Girls by Diana Clarke Enlightening and memorable story about a rarely talked-about topic many people experience. A commentary about the turmoil of … Continue reading What We’re Reading 8/19

What We’re Reading 7/22

It's that time of the week again, and our booksellers are back with recommendations to keep those pages turning! Scroll on to read out about the titles they've been enjoying this week in between curbside orders.   Fraternity by Benjamin Nugent I don't think I can objectively review this book because there is a highly … Continue reading What We’re Reading 7/22

What We’re Reading 7/8

Looking for something to do in the A/C to escape these lovely July heatwaves? Our booksellers have got your back! Read on for recommendations in romance, fantasy, and fiction! The Falling In Love Montage by Ciara Smyth This is the indie lesbian romcom movie of your dreams, except it's a book. Complete with medical drama, … Continue reading What We’re Reading 7/8

What We’re Reading 6/24

Happy pride month, y'all! Here are a few titles our booksellers have read this June by LGBTQ authors—recommended reading for this month and every month beyond! The Black Flamingo by Dean Atta I've never read a novel in verse, at least not one written this century. It immediately threw me back into the rhythm and … Continue reading What We’re Reading 6/24

What We’re Reading 1/15

Have a New Year resolution to read more, but can't seem to find that next read? Look no further: here are our weekly recommendations from your friendly neighborhood booksellers! Milkman by Anna BurnsFollow an anonymous young Irish woman through the troubles and the trials of being peculiar in a time and place where such differences … Continue reading What We’re Reading 1/15

What We’re Reading 1/8

Looking for a new book to read in the new year? Look no further! Here's our weekly list of suggestions from your very own local booksellers.  Reinhardt's Garden by Mark HaberMark Haber's little novel is a breathless epic that, in a single paragraph, transports readers from provincial Europe to the far-flung forests of South America, … Continue reading What We’re Reading 1/8