Posts Tagged ‘book of the month’

There is nothing like a love story to warm the heart and soul during the frigid month of January, especially a love story filled with angst, tension and passion. White Fur by Jardine Libaire is a raw and passionate tale of two star-crossed lovers, Elise Perez and Jamey Hyde, and their tumultuous relationship . The […]

Winter is often referred to as a time of quiet reflection; for some, the season can evoke melancholy, and for others, hope. The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey perfectly captures this haunting ambiance of winter in which characters grapple with both love and loss.         “She knew the snow and it carried her gently… She […]

Let’s talk about a novel that highlights the dangers of our technological future As this month’s issue is dedicated to Michigan, why not celebrate a Michigan author to go along with the theme? Alexander Weinstein paints a futuristic picture of what life might look like decades from now in his short story collection, Children of […]