#PreFridayReads: Everyone Knows You Go Home by Natalia Sylvester

#PreFridayReads: Everyone Knows You Go Home by Natalia Sylvester

Recommended by Amy Sue Nathan Everyone Knows You Go Home by Natalia Sylvester is a family drama that’s timeless as much as it is timely. Beautifully written and artfully crafted, the multiple points of view are clear, not confusing at all (which happens, you know it...
#PreFridayReads: UPTOWN THIEF by Aya de León

#PreFridayReads: UPTOWN THIEF by Aya de León

Review by Katie Rose Guest Pryal A glitzy Robin-Hood tale with a complex heroine you can’t help but love. Aya de León’s UPTOWN THIEF (Book 1 of the Justice Hustlers series) features Marisol Rivera, who runs a health clinic and shelter for sex workers in...
#PreFridayReads: The Girls by Emma Cline

#PreFridayReads: The Girls by Emma Cline

Recommended by Jacqueline Sheehan Five writers gathered at my house to welcome a writing buddy who now lives in Asheville. We see her once a year to share writing news and stay in touch. The question always comes up: What are you reading these days? Someone said, The...
#PreFridayReads: Love and Ruin by Paula McLain

#PreFridayReads: Love and Ruin by Paula McLain

by Patti Callahan Henry Love and Ruin by Paula McLain is exactly what we are looking for when we are looking for fiery women in historical fiction. Her story of Marsha Gellhorn, Hemningway’s third wife, a fierce and brilliant journalist, is both illuminating and a...