Kristina Riggle is a favorite of the SheKnows Book Lounge. Her novels are consistently strong, with very flawed yet relatable characters. She has written realistically about everything from cancer and gambling addiction to blended families and hoarding. In The Whole Golden World, she addresses an illicit student-teacher relationship with heart in what may be her best novel yet.Read Full Story
In the unnamed South American country of Daniel Alarcón's At Night We Walk in Circles, words have meaning, and they carry consequences. The words you write, speak or recite can send you to prison or make you disappear completely.Read Full Story
Parasite, the first book in Mira Grant's latest series, is a perfect read for Halloween. We love the way she sucks her readers into situations that seem terrifyingly plausible, and this book is no exception.Read Full Story
In the past few years, food-based memoirs have become incredibly popular. Many of them owe an allegiance to Julia Child's My Life in France, but Ann Mah's Mastering the Art of French Eating echos Child's work in a conscious — and delicious — way.Read Full Story
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