THE SUMMER WE READ GATSBY by Danielle Ganek
THE SUMMER WE READ GATSBY, by Danielle Ganek, author of the critically acclaimed Lulu Meets God and Doubts Him, is a rollicking comedy of manners about what happens when an estranged family is brought together by the contents of a will. Half-sisters Cassie and Pecksland (Peck for short) convene in Southampton in July of 2008 where they ... [more]
Getting Married and Other Mistakes, by Barbara Slate
There is some very good reasons why Barbara Slate's latest graphic novel is a perfect read for every single woman out there. Genre Go Round Reviews puts it succinctly:
"Using insightful jocular graphics, Getting Married and Other Mistakes is a fabulous amusing yet serious look at a woman who has ignored self-actualization by adhering to... [more]
The Repeat Year by Andrea Lochen
Andrea Lochen astonished me by managing to create a story about traveling back in time to relive 2011. She was so succinct in her story-telling that she made this possibility truly believable, needing very little explanation to understand the premise. I know other novelists that have written about time travel and they really had to delve deep... [more]
Totlandia, by Josie Brown
Friendship. Lies. Seduction. Betrayal. Welcome to Totlandia.
The Pacific Heights Moms & Tots Club is the most exclusive children’s playgroup in all of San Francisco. For the city’s ultra-competitive elite, the club’s ten annual spots are the ultimate parenting prize.
But not everyone is PHM&TC material. The club’s... [more]