World Students’ Day

Happy World Students’ Day! I’d like to take this opportunity to share with you a bunch of our titles that are perfect for students at every level. From books for students learning to read, to titles to help students transitioning into college, to text for business students at college level and above, we have books for almost every student’s needs! Keep reading to see the list.  Continue reading “World Students’ Day”

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#FridayReads: Friday the 13th

Looking for something to read this Friday the 13th? Look no further than these #FridayReads! Below you’ll find a selection of autumnal mysteries – perfect for a spooky October weekend!  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Friday the 13th”

Thursday Book Review: “The Hidden Dance”

If you like historical romance, don’t miss The Hidden Dance, from Allison & Busby. In pre-World War II Europe, a woman flees a brutal marriage and boards the SS Etoile, planning to reach America and start a new life. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this romantic, thrilling tale.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The Hidden Dance””

#FridayReads: Knights Templar in Fact & Fiction

The Knights Templar is one of the  most recognizable organizations from the time of the Crusades. This powerful and mysterious order continues to fascinate historians and laypersons alike, and the Knights are shrouded in myth and legend to this day. In these #FridayReads selections, you’ll find fact & fiction based on the enigmatic Knights. Keep reading to learn more about these captivating books!  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Knights Templar in Fact & Fiction”

Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly

The October issue of Books Monthly features reviews of a great selection of our titles! Keep reading to see which books were included.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly”

Get Cooking on World Vegetarian Day

Happy World Vegetarian Day! We’re celebrating by cooking up a storm with recipes from our favorite vegetarian & vegan cookbooks. Check out our list of cookbooks below, and you might even find a recipe for a delicious dish!  Continue reading “Get Cooking on World Vegetarian Day”

#FridayReads: Religious Reads

Happy weekend! With this week’s #FridayReads selections, we’re exploring religion and faith. Take a look at how various religions define America and its place in the world, challenge the myths and misunderstandings surrounding Islam, go on a personal journey into one man’s exploration of Christianity, and learn about where early Celtic Saints lived and worked with these books. Continue reading “#FridayReads: Religious Reads”

Thursday Book Review: “Double Echo”

If you’re a mystery/thriller fan, you need to check out Double Echo by François Bloemhof. This Penguin Random House South Africa title was originally published in Afrikaans and is now available in English for the first time! Check out what reviewers think of this book.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Double Echo””

Supernatural Day: Romantic Reads

Supernatural Day, celebrated every year on September 23rd, was created in honor of the hit TV show, Supernatural. We think it’s the perfect day to celebrate all things supernatural & paranormal – and our favorite way to do that is by reading supernatural romances!

These books are the perfect reads to get you in the Supernatural Day spirit. Ghosts, time-travel, past lives, witches, and more can all be found in this list of romantic reads from Choc LitContinue reading “Supernatural Day: Romantic Reads”

#FridayReads: Elephant Appreciation Day

Wildlife conservation is important every day, but Elephant Appreciation Day is the perfect time to focus specifically on the plight facing elephants. Our #FridayReads are all about these majestic creatures. In these books you’ll learn about elephant behaviors, elephant exploitation, and more. Expand your knowledge and pass it on so the next generation will have the opportunity to appreciate elephants, too.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Elephant Appreciation Day”