Are you looking for your next great read? Why not try out the books from across the pond? Despite from what governments say, books are essential and are needed now, more than ever. So if you are need of a variety and want to read diverse stories, then I suggest you try out some British and Irish titles!Continue reading “Books to Get Out of the UK and Ireland: August Edition”
Pages: 248 pages
Published: July 28, 2021
Genre: Mystery & Thriller, Cozy MysteryContinue reading “Book Review: Death at the Gates by Katie Gayle”
Welcome to another round of the Best Books of the Year so Far, where halfway through the year, I name the titles I read that I feel are the best of 2021. This year, I am switching things up a bit. Instead of listing all the best books I read in one post, I will be breaking them up by genre! So every Tuesday until mid-August, catch my favorite reads of 2021 that will make you want to rush over to your list and add to your ever-growing TBR pile!Continue reading “Best Books of 2021 So Far: Mystery & Thrillers”
Are you looking for online programs to attend? Here are some interesting library programs I’m co-hosting and programs that are being put together by my fellow co-workers. All of them are free to attend! You don’t need to be a member of the library to attend. All you have to do is register at the corresponding link and the meeting information will be sent to you the day before the event.
Hope to see you all there!Continue reading “Free Virtual Library Programs: July”
Pages: 242 pages
Published: March 29, 2021
Genre: Mystery & Thriller, Cozy MysteryContinue reading “Book Review: The Museum Murder by Katie Gayle”
Move over Sherlock! Female literary detectives are making their mark in the mystery genre. With their tenacity and dedication to finding out the truth, these are ladies that should not be count out because of their gender and they definitely should be on the same pedestal as their male counterparts.
So as we conclude Women’s History Month, let’s remember the female literary detectives that have made their mark on a lot of readers’ heart and continue to do so for future generations. Since mystery is one of my favorite genres, I think I compiled great collection of female detectives that will be a joy for any reader:Continue reading “Best Female Literary Detectives to Read”
Welcome to What I’ve Been Reading Lately, a feature where I’ll be giving short reviews of what I’m currently reading:Continue reading “What I’ve Been Reading Lately: January 19”
Get your 1920s dancing shoes on! On January 1, a batch of classics has entered the public domain. Those who do not know what the public domain means, copyrighted works (books, movies, music, etc.) enter the United States’ public domain after 95 years. This meaning they are freely accessible for the public.
This also means that there could be different retellings of classic works, tales like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. So it will be exciting to see what new creative interpretations people imagine. When they become available, readers will read them for free online on sites, like Project Gutenberg. It may not be on the website right away. Give it some time. It takes a while to transfer to text for online reading.
Here is a list of creative works published/released first in 1925. However, here is a list of some highlights that may catch your eye:Continue reading “Classics That Entered the Public Domain in 2021”
There is no better gift than the gift of reading.
More than ever, we need heartwarming and uplifting stories this year. So similar to what was done in December, visit here every Friday and view some great book recommendations to get a jumpstart on your holiday reading:Continue reading “Holiday Reads: December 19, 2020”
Welcome to What I’ve Been Reading Lately, a feature where I’ll be giving short reviews of what I’m currently reading:Continue reading “What I’ve Been Reading Lately: December 13”