I’m interested to know what kinds of books you’re reading right now. When I asked Literary Mama staff for some recommendations, there seemed to be two camps: those who are feeding the flames of curiosity about the current situation and how …
When the news is all doom and gloom, there’s nothing better than escaping into a different world with a great book. These are our staff picks for this month.
We have a mixed bag of recommendations including timeless classics and a modern anthology in this month’s Now Reading post.
If you’re looking for some riveting reads that delve into the “state of our society” then look no further. This month our reading recommendations focus on the hot issues of gender and social inequality, with a dash of dystopia thrown into the mix.
If you love books that feature time-traveling and strong women, you’re going to want to add these three Literary Mama staff recommendations to your reading shelf immediately.
We have a historical novel, a poetry collection, and a classic coming-of-age story on our recommended reading bookshelf this month.
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.