• “The Color of Love” by Marra B. Gad

    This summer has been the best, most relaxing summer I’ve had since I was a kid. Or maybe it just feels that way because things feel more normal than they have in a long time. Either way, I’m loving it.…

  • “Liner Notes” by Emily Franklin

    As we get ready for spring, and hopefully a light at the end of the tunnel for travel restrictions and staying home in general, I have been looking more and more for light-hearted summer reads. Liner Notes by Emily Franklin…

  • “All Other Nights” by Dara Horn

    It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since the Coronavirus Pandemic turned our world upside-down. For me, it started in mid-March, but I know that for many others, it began sooner. It was about one month in that…

  • “The Weight of Ink” by Rachel Kadish

    I’ll be honest; this book was pretty tough for me. I wasn’t even going to write about it, but here I am 2 months after finishing the book still thinking about it. That’s when I realized that the measure of…

  • “The Museum of Extraordinary Things,” by Alice Hoffman

    Spooky season is upon us, and I think I found just the hauntingly good book for the occasion. There’s no ghosts, ghouls, or dybbuks, but there is the early 20th century Coney Island sideshow attraction The Museum of Extraordinary Things.…

  • “The Tenth Muse” by Catherine Chung

    After poring through pages and pages of my library’s virtual bookshelves, I decided I needed a bit of help finding books rather than endlessly scrolling and hoping that I would find what I was looking for. Call it fate, but…