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Tuesday, March 21, 2023

    She Reads: ‘Of Women and Salt’ by Gabriela Garcia

    “Of Women and Salt” by Gabriela Garcia, follows Jeanette, a young woman who is battling addiction and in search of the deeply hidden truths about her family's history. Her desperate quest for answers takes her from Florida to Cuba, Cuba to Mexico, and even...

    She Reads: fall reading recommendations

    After quite an eventful summer season, we transition into fall with a cloudy sky freckled by falling leaves, or rainy weekends that blur into weeks. As most of you probably do, I too have my traditions as the days grow shorter and the evenings...

    She Reads: ‘A Simple Favor’ by Darcey Bell

    Long time, no see, readers. We are picking after She Reads’ small hiatus and hitting the ground running with this week’s story, ‘A Simple Favor’ by Darcey Bell. This mystery story is told from the three varying perspectives of the main characters Stephanie, her...

    She Reads: ‘Then She Was Gone’ by Lisa Jewell

    Though I cannot speak much to what exactly I was expecting from “Then She Was Gone,” author Lisa Jewell’s name has come up several times amongst discussions with literary colleagues, and I was hopeful in finally including one of her works in my now...

    She Reads: ‘The Sound of Glass’ by Karen White

    I’ve mentioned in other reviews how I am not a fan of love stories, but this week, I found Karen White’s "The Sound of Glass" and it might have converted me. Though this book is very much a love story, it isn’t necessarily a...

    She Reads: ‘Zoe Rosenthal is Not Lawful Good’ by Nancy Werlin

    This week in She Reads, we have an incredibly surprising work, “Zoe Rosenthal is Not Lawful Good” by Nancy Werlin. In this novel, we meet Zoe Rosenthal a straight-A, ambitious straightlaced student who is laser-focused on her goals.  Zoe has a step-by-step layout for her...

    She Reads: ‘The Woman in Cabin 10’ by Ruth Ware

    Last week, I wrote about how I had greatly enjoyed Ruth Ware’s work on, “Into A Dark, Dark Wood” and this week, I have decided to bring you another story of hers called, “The Woman in Cabin 10.” I have said it before and...

    She Reads: Into A Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware

    “I am running. I am running through moonlit woods, with branches ripping at my clothes and my feet catching in the snow-bowed bracken.” With this line, “Into A Dark, Dark Wood” by Ruth Ware grabs readers’ attention immediately and refuses to let go until...

    She Reads: Calling Me Home by Julie Kibler

    This is a story that deserves to be spoken about with respect. Author Julie Kibler transports you back and forth through time as you hear stories exchanged between the two main characters, Isabelle McAllister and Dorrie Curtis. Isabelle is an elderly white woman in...

    She Reads: ‘The Maidens’ by Alex Michaelides

    “Edward Fosca was a murderer. This was a fact. This wasn’t something Mariana knew just on an intellectual level, as an idea. Her body knew it. She felt it in her bones, along her blood, and deep within every cell. Edward Fosca was guilty....