eRead of the Month: Great Circle

Great Circle by Maggie Shipstead

Great Circle by Maggie Shipstead Great Circle by Maggie Shipstead, our August eRead of the Month selection, is an epic, soaring novel perfectly suited for your final weeks of summer reading. When Marian Graves meets a barnstorming pilot in a beat-up plane as a young girl, it inspires in her an obsession with flight. A … Read more

eRead of the Month: The Vanishing Half

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett Start off your holiday weekend with a bang by picking up our July eRead of the Month, THE VANISHING HALF by Brit Bennett. In this book, we meet Desiree and Stella, identical twins whose lives take very different paths. This is a story about identity, belonging, and family – … Read more

eRead of the Month: CRYING IN H MART

Crying at H Mart by Michelle Zauner

CRYING IN H MART by Michelle Zauner Kick off your Summer Reading with our June eRead of the Month. Michelle is 25, living on the East Coast and trying to make it as a musician. When her mother is diagnosed with cancer, Michelle flies back to Oregon for her treatment. Her hope: to reconnect over … Read more

eRead of the Month: Nomadland

Nomadland by Jessica Bruder

NOMADLANDby Jessica Bruder Our May eRead of the Month is here! Join us this month to read NOMADLAND by Jessica Bruder, the book upon which the recently announced Academy Award Best Picture of the Year is based. NOMADLAND is a story of a new tribe of houseless temporary workers formed by economic hardship – “vanilies,” … Read more

eRead of the Month: ONE TO WATCH

One to Watch by Kate Stayman-London

ONE TO WATCH by Kate Stayman-London. Through the lens of a popular reality TV competition show, ONE TO WATCH explores themes of belonging, acceptance and love, with complex characters you can’t help but root for. This snappy novel asks big questions, but it’s also incredibly fun – perfect for spring reading! In April the eBook … Read more

eRead of the Month: Mexican Gothic

Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno Garcia Mexican Gothic is a fresh, inventive take on the classic gothic novel. It’s creepy in all the ways you’d expect: the crumbling mansion, the family secrets. It’s also unsettling in darker ways, like how Mexican history grapples with its legacy of imperialism. Throughout, a cosmopolitan heroine holds her own. … Read more