Roxie Faulkner Kirk weaves a compelling, page-turning narrative centered on a sharp, resourceful heroine trying to escape an abusive family.
I read Emily Guendelsberger’s new book, On the Clock: What Low‑Wage Work Did to Me and How It Drives America Insane, with a steadily growing sense of dread.
One of the book’s goals is to make financial independence possible for people who don’t feel like they can replicate the typical FI narrative.
I told you I’d tell you which cozy mystery series has recently captured my attention.
In which I share the scariest scene in any book I’d ever read.
McGuire’s books subtly and empathetically remind us that there are many different ways to be human.
I really liked this book—but it took me a while to like the ending.
Stories, as Pullman reminds us, are rituals.
Sooooo… remember how I used to tweet out the number of words I’d written on NEXT BOOK, and then I kind of stopped?