Fiction

Back to Kingsbridge with Ken Follett

The Evening and the Morning is the fourth book in Ken Follett's Kingsbridge cycle; this time set in the year 997, the twilight of the Dark Ages around 100 years before the events of The Pillars of the Earth. All of the trademarks of Follett previous historical epics are here love and betrayal, greed and ambition, and a cast of divergent characters that find themselves thrust together in the burgeoning village of Kingsbridge.

Pre-Order Ring Shout

The emotionally-charged, wild ride of Ring Shout by P. Djeli Clark was one I did not want to end. Clark pulled me into the life of Maryse and her band of monster hunters, and held me hostage. With beautiful language, deep, meaningful characters, and a fully immersive world, the story of vengeance and self forgiveness unfolds. By the end, I was in tears. Ring Shout is the perfect book to take on not just a dark, violent history, but an uncertain, terrifying future as well.

Online Event - Lifelike Creatures & Knee Deep

Event date: 
10/08/2020 - 5:00pm
Event address: 
100 N. Range Ave.
Denham Springs, LA 70726

I am so excited to be hosting an in conversation event between authors Rebecca Baum and Karol Ann Hoeffner! Both authors have new novels set in Louisiana! Both are established writers and I look forward to digging in with them about the craft of writing, the importance of a sense of place, and why the South (and Louisiana especially) is just such a fascinating setting.

Michelle Reviews new Alyssa Cole

If we have ever talked books you know that the one genre I don't play with is Mystery & Suspense. I am way too nervous for that. I'll take your creepy vampires (I'll take the sparkly ones too) and all the other creatures of the night found in the Horror section, but I can't handle the murderers that lurk in Mystery. But when one of my favorite Romance writers decides to take on the genre I simply cannot resist.

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