David Canfield has compiled a list of the 50 most anticipated books of 2018 at the entertainment Website ew.com. You can check out the list here. I like Canfield’s list, he has a good mixture of women’s fiction, dystopian distress, memoirs, thrillers, etc. You can find something to add to your usual reading fare and something to expand your imagination. Go read!
Today, I found really great app and couldn’t wait to share it with other booklovers! You must try NPR’s Book Concierge if you haven’t already tried it. Use the filters to discover your next great read.
If you are like me, the thing you are looking forward tomost during the upcoming holidays is some time to sneak away from the festivities and read a good book. To that end Southern Living posted a list of twenty-eight new books to read during the holidays. You can find the list here. One title that particularly stands out to me is John Banville’s novel Mrs. Osmond, winner of The Man Booker Prize. Christmas gift, anyone?
The Guardian published an interview with novelist Hanya Yanagihara last week. She speaks to life in her one-bedroom apartment in New York City and on life with 12,000 books. The interview is short and as much fun for an aficionado of interior design as a booklover. Hanya Yanagihara is the author of “People in the Trees.”