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

What We’re Reading 11/20

This week our booksellers have their sights set on fantastical happenings and...murder? See what your favorite bookfriends have to say about their current reads.The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern I had my nose buried so deeply in Erin Morgenstern's sophomore novel, The Starless Sea, that I missed several overhead pages at BookPeople and a storewide … Continue reading What We’re Reading 11/20

What We’re Reading 11/13

The Lost Coast by Amy Rose CapettaThis book blew me away. The deftness of Capetta's writing pulls off what in another author's hands would come off as cheap or silly. I was particularly drawn to the representation of the landscapes' flora and fauna as characters just as important as the humans. This transhumanism invokes such … Continue reading What We’re Reading 11/13

What We’re Reading 11/6

  How We Fight For Our Lives by Saeed JonesSaeed Jones brings forth a daunting recollection of his journey towards individuality and self-acceptance. These, at times poignant, vignettes had me wanting to reach through the pages and give Saeed the embrace that I knew we both needed.I will admit I was not aware of his existence … Continue reading What We’re Reading 11/6