Check out these four recent cookbooks you may have missed!
Check out some great new books you may have missed.
Biography lovers, rejoice!
Calling all grown-up fans of The Westing Game!
As always, there are a multitude of adaptations in the works this year! Here are a few of the most anticipated.
I love keeping up with new releases, but even more exciting is when a book crosses space and time to reach you at the perfect moment. That, my friends, is the joy of reissues.
These were my personal favorites of this reading year.
Has anyone else noticed that carrots are having a moment?
This year’s Southern Festival of Books is October 14-16! The festival is in-person again this year and takes place at Nashville Public Library and War Memorial Plaza. It is free and open to the public.
As always, our advice is to read the book before you see the movie!
Feel too busy and/or distracted to read right now? It’s time to try short stories.
Hurray! Another entry in the Forest Feast series is out.
You’re going to need some lemons.
It’s time for my annual attempt to persuade people to read the Pushcart Prize.
Contemporary fiction from Ukraine
Presenting my 11 favorite books of the year. I really wanted it to be a top 10 list, but I couldn’t bring myself to cut any of these!
2021 has been a great year for nonfiction so far. Here are four titles you may have missed:
Anxiety is hard to live with, but it makes for some great literature.
If you're looking for some simpler, lighter recipes for the summer months, this beautifully designed cookbook will give you the inspiration you need.
Just the Good Stuff has this magical quality where everything you make is somehow better than it ought to be.
Celebrate women authors with these great spring releases.
Here is my favorite type of book: the kind where you have to keep stopping to Google things.
The newest entry to the popular Best American series, Best American Food Writing started in 2018 with Ruth Reichl as the first editor and has been consistently outstanding.
If you’re feeling in need of inspiration right now, look no further.
If you feel yourself withdrawing from others right now after months of limited social interaction, I highly recommend this book.