Book of the Day: The Last Horseman

Inspired by true events, The Last Horseman is a captivating story of a Midwestern housewife who secretly devises a dangerous, epic gambling scheme to save the career of her alienated horse trainer husband. Along the way she defeats the cheaters and skirts danger to get to the big race.

Book of the Day: Murder on Sex Island

Jo Firestone is a comedian, actress, and author who just released her book Murder on Sex Island. It’s an entertaining murder mystery that has already received tremendous praise from readers and critics. Take some time to learn about her one-of-a-kind book that I guarantee you will have a hard time putting down.

Book of the Day: Raine, Raine Went Away

Raine, Raine Went Away by Katherine T. Vaughan (Fiction / Women) This thoughtful novel powerfully displays the monstrous burden that is early-onset Alzheimer’s – while also tackling other pertinent mental health themes. In the story, protagonist Raine Moss feels like she found the man of her dreams – Hartley. He came at the perfect time,... Continue Reading →

Book of the Day: The Cathedral Murders

The Cathedral Murders is an award-winning novel that simply must be on your reading list this fall. It’s a fast-paced but thoughtful thrill-ride that keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. This significant novel takes you back to 1992 in Peru – a chaotic world in which unrest and power struggles ensued. Written with authority and skill, the book reminds us why debut novelist J.E. Morales is name that will be remembered for a long time.

Editor’s Choice – Fiction We’re Reading Right Now

Everyone should be reading fiction. Novels allow us to expand our imaginations – and see the world in entirely new ways. Fiction readers possess a level of creativity that can only be achieved by unpacking the imaginative world of an author’s mind. After a summer filled with reading, I found that these four novels stood out and left a lasting impression on me, my thoughts, and my life.

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