Hello Beautiful – Ann Napolitano- “She was no longer who she used to be, and she wasn’t yet whoever she was becoming.”
Done with precision, empathy, and love, Ann Napolitano delivers a novel that will give you so much to think and talk about for your book clubs or own enjoyment and self-character development.
The Measure – Nikki Erlick – “The measure of your life lies within.”
Nikki Erlick questions human nature and how we react differently based on our lives experience, and once again choice becomes a catalyst for mayhem, discrimination, tyranny, and violation of human rights.
Circe – Madeline Miller – “A golden cage is still a cage.”
Circe by Madeline Miller breaks the walls of old myths and started a new wave of retellings worth reading.
We Need to Talk About Kevin – Lionel Shriver – “I was mortified by the prospect of becoming hopelessly trapped in someone else’s story.”
A tour de force in its maximum splendor, Lionel Shriver accomplishes a wide range of reactions. – Inkish Kingdoms
The Change – Kirsten Miller – “‘Witch’ is the label society slaps on women it can’t understand or control.”
The change by Kirsten Miller is a violent and magical reminder that outside of our privilege bubbles, equity, prejudice, and sexism still rule the world.
5 books from a feminist, cultural critic, and best-selling author!
Roxane Gay is not a simple author as she is involved in television, movies, and even the editorial field. Roxane has published her work in the Best American Mystery Stories 2014, Best American Short Stories 2012, Best Sex Writing 2012, Oxford American, American Short Fiction, Virginia Quarterly Review, and many others. She has edited the…
The Lady and the Unicorn ― Tracy Chevalier ―“I have other ways of knowing the world.”
Tracy Chevalier demonstrates the power of her storytelling in her novel The Lady and the Unicorn. Through a vivid narration of plausible historical events, Tracy creates a dramatic portrayal of royalty and artists as their worlds collide through these majestic tapestries. Set back in the 1400s, The Lady and the Unicorn exhibits, with great detail, the patriarchal society that…
13 Book Club Questions for We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
Run a horrifying and creepy book club for Halloween with a classic of the hunted queen Shirley Jackson! When you know your audience, you can get people to read whatever you want them to read! If your book club members are looking for a fun gathering where you can discuss mysteries, thrillers, and other deep…