#PreFridayReads: The Girl with a Clock for a Heart by Peter Swanson

by Tall Poppy Writer Nicole Baart I picked up The Girl with a Clock for a Heart on a whim, and I’m so glad that I did! It was the perfect companion for a trans-Atlantic flight, and kept me riveted throughout. (I don’t sleep on planes, but it takes a special book to...
#PreFridayReads: I’m Thinking of Ending Things by Ian Reid

#PreFridayReads: I’m Thinking of Ending Things by Ian Reid

by Tall Poppy Writer Karen Karbo A book I recommend often is one I can’t tell you anything about. It was recommended to me by someone who couldn’t tell me anything, either. He said to me, “Just read it,” and now I’m saying that to you. I’m Thinking of Ending Things,...
#PreFridayReads: The Indigo Girl

#PreFridayReads: The Indigo Girl

By Tall Poppy Writer Diane Haeger I am excited to offer up a #PreFridayReads this week because my passion is historical fiction. I’ve researched and written a lot of it, and read even more. Natasha Boyd’s THE INDIGO GIRL is historical fiction at its finest. The prose...
#PreFridayReads: ORYX AND CRAKE by Margaret Atwood

#PreFridayReads: ORYX AND CRAKE by Margaret Atwood

by Tall Poppy Writer Katie Rose Guest Pryal Margaret Atwood, who has never left the minds of readers, has been writing gorgeous books the past few years. But she has experienced a surge in the popular consciousness with the high-end television productions of some of...
#PreFridayReads: STARSWEPT by Mary Fan

#PreFridayReads: STARSWEPT by Mary Fan

by Tall Poppy Writer Katie Rose Guest Pryal When I was a kid, I didn’t know what genres were. I just read books. I read a lot of books. I remember reading Frank Herbert’s DUNE for the first time, and I will never forget it. I felt my brain stretch with impossibilities...
#PreFridayReads:  Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend by Matthew Dicks

#PreFridayReads: Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend by Matthew Dicks

by Tall Poppy Writer Orly Konig There are books that touch you, get under your skin, and hang on tight for years. MEMOIRS OF AN IMAGINARY FRIEND is one of those books for me. I read it back in 2014. My son was in elementary school at the time. Interestingly enough, he...