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Now Reading: May 2017

Abigail Lalonde

If you’re like me, you know that the best reading experiences are those where the story is so gripping that the real world melts away. This month, our staff offer a list of books we found so engaging we just had to share them. If you’re looking for your next page-turner, we have you covered.


Now Reading: April 2017

Abigail Lalonde

For National Poetry Month, this month’s Now Reading roundup is dedicated to all things poetry.


Now Reading: March 2017

Abigail Lalonde

As Women’s History Month comes to a close, this month’s Now Reading column highlights books by female authors.


Now Reading: February 2017

Abigail Lalonde

February celebrates two things: black history and Valentine’s Day. At Literary Mama, some of us celebrated via our literary choices.


Now Reading: January 2017

Abigail Lalonde

This month, some of us at Literary Mama are sharing the books we’ve received or gifted to ourselves.


Now Reading: December 2016

Abigail Lalonde

We have one final list of book recommendations to offer our readers to wrap up 2016.


Now Reading: November 2016

Abigail Lalonde

This month, some of us at Literary Mama have a few nontraditional suggestions for you if you’re looking for a book to read during what is usually a hectic time of the year.


Now Reading: October 2016

Abigail Lalonde

Celebrate the Halloween season with these spooky and fantastical reading picks from the staff of Literary Mama.


Now Reading: September 2016

Abigail Lalonde

The hustle and bustle of September can leave us all a little frazzled and in need of an escape. In this month’s Now Reading, we are featuring the books some of us Literary Mamas read when we need more than Calgon to take us away. These books represent our escape into the written word when we can’t actually leave our daily routines.


Now Reading: August 2016

Abigail Lalonde

One of my favorite things to do on vacation is talk to people about books, specifically what book they’ve chosen to bring with them, tucked away in their carry on, or in an ambitious stack in their checked bag. With little space in a suitcase, it’s so interesting to see what people have chosen as worthy enough to pack.