“Stray Our Pieces” by Jason Graff

304 pages of a wise cracking, mocking and self-pitying suburban woman who has allowed the world to pass her by narrates “Stray Our Pieces” by Jason Graff. The narrator is a horrible mother, by her own measurements… … More “Stray Our Pieces” by Jason Graff

“To Find: The Search for Meaning in Life on the Gringo Trail” by J.R. Klein

“To Find: The Search for Meaning in Life on the Gringo Trail,” by J.R. Klein, is an unforgettable travel memoir about a burned-out graduate with a doctoral degree and the promise of MIT looking to recover from torpor in 1980. … More “To Find: The Search for Meaning in Life on the Gringo Trail” by J.R. Klein

“The Secret Life of Sofonisba Anguissola – The most famous woman you’ve never heard of” by Melissa Muldoon

“The Secret Life of Sofonisba Anguissola” is the latest novel from Melissa Muldoon in her distinguished collection of works featuring prominent female artists from Italian history. … More “The Secret Life of Sofonisba Anguissola – The most famous woman you’ve never heard of” by Melissa Muldoon

“The Places Left Unfilled: A Memoir” by M.C. Cauley

“The Places Left Unfilled: A Memoir,” by M.C. Cauley, is a memoir that reads like a gripping work of fiction, meaning that it has a plot, characters, arcs, conflict, and great dialogue. Although I love reading traditional memoirs, this one is told in more of a non-traditional way–more like a movie script or dramatic novel. … More “The Places Left Unfilled: A Memoir” by M.C. Cauley

“We Were Once Warriors” by Jack Darrell Crowder

Set in the late 1700’s, the American Revolutionary War was fought between the Continental Army and the British. The former British colonies eventually prevailed in victory but not without great loss of life. The aftermath of the war not only took lives, but ruined families. “We Were Once Warriors” by Author Jack Darrell Crowder not only goes into great detail about this deadly conflict but tells it from the perspective of a former war veteran, Sgt. Matthew Scott of the Continental Army. … More “We Were Once Warriors” by Jack Darrell Crowder