“Never Too Late”: An Essay by Jonathan Evison

For sixty-one years my grandmother was Mrs. Harry C. Hank. She ate what her husband ate, voted how her husband voted, and ultimately learned to want out of life what my grandfather wanted. In that respect, Nanny was very much a woman of her generation. My grandfather wasn’t always an easy guy to get along […]

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September: What We’re Reading This Month

Happy September, Savvy Readers! In my opinion, fall is one of the best seasons for reading: the weather is still warm enough (fingers crossed) to read in the park with a light jacket on and just cool enough to make snuggling up at home with a blanket, mug of tea, and a great book sound […]

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Top 10 Upcoming Novels to Bookmark This Fall

Summer is coming to a close, and while I’m not quite ready to say goodbye to the glorious heat, I’m extremely excited to talk about these new fall books! From literary hard-hitters to inspiring teen reads, there’s a great mix of fiction to look forward to. So get your PSLs and TBRs ready, you won’t […]

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