We have a mixed bag of reading recommendations this month, including a novel, a series for young readers and an anthoogy of prose and poetry.
If you’re on the lookout for great books to read, we’re sure you’ll want to add at least one (if not more) of this month’s Now Reading recommendations. What She Ate, a book revealing the relationship of certain famous women to food sounds intruiging, as does the essay collection We Are Never Meeting in Real Life. If you’d prefer a thriller, Crossed may be for you, or for something more literary, the poetry collection Requiem for a Robot Dog might fit the bill.
If you are looking for some exciting reading for your summer vacation, or even for a homely staycation, we have a mixed bag of recommendations for you in this month’s Now Reading.
We’ve got a family saga, a modern-day sci-fi novel, and a guide to building resilience in this month’s Now Reading recommendations.
If you are looking for something a little different to read, we have a real mix of genres in this month’s Now Reading post including a novel, a poetry collection and a heart-rending memoir.
In this month’s Now Reading we have three totally different recommendations: a gritty romance, a book that inspired a blockbuster TV series, and the biography of a favorite author.
Literary Mama staff have been busy readers this month and we’ve picked five of our favorites for you to add to your reading list.
This month in Now Reading our staff recommend a modern classic, a ‘girl power’ collection of tales, and also something a little controversial.
This month our reading recommendations include a thought-provoking novel, a collection of short prose pieces, and the memoir of a well-loved household name that is sure to melt your heart.
This month we have recommendations for three recently released books which will spark your curiosity and whizz you off on exciting adventures—just what is needed as the fall sets in and our own summer adventures come to a close.