Joy at Work and how to find your next Non-Fiction read

Joy at Work by Marie Kondo and Scott Sonenshein Joy at Work, which will be published on April 7th, brings Marie Kondo’s life changing art to the workplace. This book was co-written with Scott Sonenshein and I was worried that it would read as two different voices. I found this to not be the case […]

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“Dreadful Company” by Vivian Shaw

Dreadful Company by Vivian Shaw is Book Two in a three-part series by Vivian Shaw. (Book One: Strange Practice, Book Two: Dreadful Company, Book Three: Grave Importance) I started reading Strange Practice at the recommendation of a colleague and just love the main character, Greta Helsing, who is a doctor to the undead living in […]

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Spotlight on Elton John

Enjoy watching Elton John last night on the iHeartRadio Living Room Concert? Discover more hits through #Freegal and listen all day with unlimited streaming! The album, “The Legendary Covers Album ’69-’70” collects together John’s contributions to a variety of covers albums issued during 1969 and 1970. These were recorded early in his career and include hits […]

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“Calypso” by David Sedaris

“With a filet I would recommend a red. Something bold and dry, like David Sedaris.” Craig (Parks and Recreation) Hailed for his wry wit and keen sense of observation, David Sedaris’ talents are nowhere more on display than in Calypso, a collection of short stories about his life and times. Whether discussing his sister’s suicide, […]

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“Penric’s Progress” by Lois McMaster Bujold

In the World of the Five Gods, many people heed a calling to serve their chosen god; but for Penric, joining The Bastard’s Order is a choice made for him when a demon jumps into his body on the way to his betrothal celebration.  This comes as a surprise to Pen, and everybody else, and […]

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