#FridayReads: Nature & Wildlife

Earth Day this Saturday has us thinking about the beauty in the natural world all around us! Our #FridayReads books this week range from titles that showcase some of the best of Earth’s flora and fauna, to a book that shows the effect climate change has had on our shorelines, highlighting the need for change before it’s too late.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Nature & Wildlife”

Thursday Book Review: “The Velvet Cloak of Moonlight”

Christina Courtenay’s newest novel The Velvet Cloak of Moonlight is back in stock! To celebrate, we’re sharing some of the great reviews it’s received so far. Keep reading to see what reviewers have been saying about this enchanting time-slip romance.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The Velvet Cloak of Moonlight””

#FridayReads: Spring Has Sprung

Happy Easter Weekend! It’s finally feeling like Spring here in the Northeast US, and the beautiful weather has inspired this week’s #FridayReads. Keep reading to check out what books are on our TBR list this weekend.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Spring Has Sprung”

Thursday Book Review: “Striking Murder”

This week’s featured title is a wonderful historical crime novel from Allison & Busby. Keep reading to see what readers have to say about Striking Murder by A.J. Wright.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Striking Murder””

#FridayReads: World War I History

Yesterday was the centennial anniversary of the United States’ entry in to World War I, so this weekend we’re inspired to brush up on our Great War history. Check out our four #FridayReads picks!  Continue reading “#FridayReads: World War I History”

The 100th Anniversary of the United States’ Entry into World War I

100 years ago today, the United States joined the Allies and officially entered into World War I.

On June 6th of that year, the first American troops, also known as “doughboys”, landed in Europe.  By the end of the war, two and a half years later on November 11, 1918, around 100,000 soldiers had lost their lives.

Today, we’d like to honor and remember the American soldiers who fought in the Great War by highlighting a poignant book based on a World War I doughboy’s diary.  Continue reading “The 100th Anniversary of the United States’ Entry into World War I”

Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly

Happy Thursday! This week’s featured book reviews come from the April issue of Books Monthly, in which nine of our titles were reviewed. Keep reading to check out what they said.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly”

National Walking Day

It’s a beautiful day here in the Northeast US, and it also happens to be National Walking Day! We’ve put together a list of 20 books that will inspire your next nature walk, no matter where in the world you find yourself. From the small-town south, to the African wilds, check out these books all about the beauty of nature (then get outside and find some nature in your neighborhood!).  Continue reading “National Walking Day”

#FridayReads: Mystery & Thriller

Happy Friday! It’s rainy here in the Northeast, so we’ll be staying in all weekend and curling up with some of our favorite mysteries & thrillers. Keep reading to check them out.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Mystery & Thriller”

Thursday Book Review: “Brides of War”

This week’s featured book is a historical romance from Allison & Busby. Brides of War by June Tate follows two GI brides after World War II when they travel to America to begin a new life with their husbands. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Brides of War””