It was a good year for nonfiction!
Celebrate Native Heritage Month with these 2019 releases.
Mark your calendars! The Southern Festival of Books is October 11-13. The festival takes place at Nashville Public Library and War Memorial Plaza and is free and open to the public.
Nothing is better than some quality time with the good doctor.
If you're looking for the definitive Robin Williams bio, look no further.
Emily Guendelsberger spent several months working at an Amazon fulfillment center in Kentucky, a Convergys call center in North Carolina, and a McDonald’s in San Francisco. Her account of this time is an enraging, eye-opening, essential book.
Life's Inevitabilities - Death, Taxes, and the Boston Marathon
The author of multiple books, Carole Boston Weatherford "mines the past for family stories, fading traditions and forgotten struggles" to write poetry, nonfiction, and picture books that give pride of place to the African American experience.
A serial killer novel, a memoir, and an Ottessa Moshfegh readalike.
Not a big fan of Joan Rivers, but man, this book was good.