A reading goal is not complete without finishing a book that matches the Pantone Color of the Year. Grab one of these Very Peri-inspired books and tick off a goal in the #ReadMore2022 Challenge. Read more on the blog.
Rouge Street illuminates not only the hidden pains of those left behind in an extraordinary economic boom but also the inspirations and grace they, nevertheless, manage to discover. Read the First Few Pages on the blog.
A virtuoso performance that is as human and tender as it is intellectually playful, Sea of Tranquility is a novel of time travel and metaphysics that precisely captures the reality of our current moment. Read the First Few Pages on the blog.
Women have helped change and shape the world we live in today by sharing stories that educate, inspire, and empower. This March, as we celebrate Women's month, we honor and uplift our favorite female writers. Read more on the blog.
The Magic Fish is a deeply moving book about a young boy as he tries to navigate life through fairytales. Read through below for a snippet from the recently-held Fully Booked Chats with Trung Le Nguyen.
Filipino American Mia Manansala, author of Arsenic and Adobo and Homicide and Halo-Halo gave Fully Booked a sneak peak to her writing nook, candle collection, and more as she takes readers on a mini-tour of her home. Read more on the blog.
Smart, funny, and surprisingly tender, Let's Not Do That Again shows that family, like politics, can hurt like a mother. Read the First Few Pages on the blog.
An indie musician reeling from tragedy reconnects with her estranged father on a week-long cruise in this tale of grief, fame, and love from bestselling author Jennifer E. Smith. Read the First Few Pages of The Unsinkable Greta James on the blog.
Madeleine Dore invites us to embrace the chaos of life, the natural ebbs and flows of our energy, and our humanity. I Didn’t Do the Thing Today is rich with antidotes, gentle wake-up calls, and journal prompts that attempt to loosen the grip productivity guilt has on us. Read Reina's full review on the blog.
Gallant is sure to be a treat for younger YA readers and brave middle-graders who may grow to love V.E. Schwab’s more mature novels in the future. Read Katya's full review on the blog.