Books

Book Hunters in Brief #33: Awkward Protagonists

Book Hunters in Brief GraphicFor all of you who geek out on the geeks of The Big Bang Theory, the Book Hunters have some reading suggestions that feature some awe-inspiringly awkward protagonists, we think you’ll love.

Shop Smart

A new school year is on the horizon, which usually means shopping for supplies. Whether you have kids or not, August is a good time to purchase clothes, shoes, office supplies, food, and more. And with the annual tax free weekend approaching fast, you'll want to create a smart shopping plan.

Science Graphic Novels

To tie in with our Summer Reading themes, this post is dedicated to graphic novels of the science variety! See below titles on aerospace, genetics, and more. Try these for an educational and entertaining read.

Favorite SF Series: List of 10

Lists are fun.  Some lists can really stir fans’ passions about their particular topic.  I always enjoy reading “Best” or “Most influential” lists of Speculative Fiction books.  The comments found with those lists are often great ways to find new books.  With this in mind, I’ve decided to write up my list of top 10 favo

Masters of Suspense Book Club

Dog TagsJoin us at Baldwin Boettcher on Monday, August 4, 6:30 p.m., for a discussion of Dog Tags

Crazy Comic Finds: Tek Jansen

tek jansenIf you ever wanted to read about a Stephen Colbert super hero in space, now is your chance.  If you never even realized it was an option, then check it out!

 

Book Hunters in Brief #32: Warriors

Book Hunters in Brief GraphicErin Hunter’s Warriors series is great, but there are, unfortunately, a finite number of installments, so sooner or later, you catch up to the author.

New Adult Romance

Have you seen this new category?  Are you a little confused between Young Adult, New Adult and Adult?    New Adult is geared toward the 18-25 year age group.  This category has really become popular because of great authors like Jamie McGuire, Sylvia Day, Colleen Hoover and Samantha Young.  Remember you certainly don’t have to be between the ages of  18 – 25 to read!  Check out some of these titles.

The Accident

I wanted to read The Accident after reading Pavone’s best seller, The Expats. This story isn’t as compelling as The Expats but it was entertaining. Isabel Reed, a New York literary agent, receives a manuscript from an anonymous author. It is sure to be a best seller, but since it reveals secrets kept by powerful people, she is afraid that it will be dangerous to publish the book. Sure enough, her assistant is murdered and soon Isabel and her associate Jeff are running for their lives.

Book Hunters in Brief #31: Jane Austen

BHinB#31: Jane AustenChances are pretty good that Jane Austen didn’t imagine the industriousness she would inspire two centuries after she went to that great cotillion in the sky.

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