My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella | Review

My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella was exactly the book I needed. After reading some heavy, dark novels, I wanted something light, somewhat serious, but altogether fun to read. SYNOPSIS: Part love story, part workplace dramedy, part witty critique of the false judgments we make in a social-media-obsessed world, this is New York Times… More My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella | Review

LAUNCH DAY for A Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay | Review and Invitation

From Goodreads: Art restorer Emily Price has never encountered anything she can’t fix—until she meets Ben, an Italian chef, who seems just right. But when Emily follows Ben home to Italy, she learns that his family is another matter . . . Emily Price—fix-it girl extraordinaire and would-be artist—dreams of having a gallery show of… More LAUNCH DAY for A Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay | Review and Invitation

Leaving Blythe River by Catherine Ryan Hyde | Review

New York Times bestselling author Catherine Ryan Hyde returns with an unforgettable story of courage. Seventeen-year-old Ethan Underwood is totally unprepared to search for his father in the Blythe River National Wilderness. Not only is he small, scrawny, and skittish but he’s barely speaking to the man after a traumatic betrayal. Yet when his father… More Leaving Blythe River by Catherine Ryan Hyde | Review

Loving Eleanor by Susan Wittig Albert | Review

When AP political reporter Lorena Hickok—Hick—is assigned to cover Eleanor Roosevelt in the 1932 campaign, the two women become deeply involved. Their relationship begins with mutual romantic passion, matures through stormy periods of enforced separation and competing interests, and warms into an enduring, encompassing friendship documented by 3300 letters. Set during the chaotic years of… More Loving Eleanor by Susan Wittig Albert | Review

Concussion by Jeanne Marie Laskas

Soon to be a major motion picture starring Will Smith,Concussion is the riveting, unlikely story of Dr. Bennet Omalu, the pathologist who made one of the most significant medical discoveries of the twenty-first century, a discovery that challenges the existence of America’s favorite sport and puts Omalu in the crosshairs of football’s most powerful corporation:… More Concussion by Jeanne Marie Laskas