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A Discovery of Witches

A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness joins the crowded paranormal genre with a story of vampires, witches, and demons. But this one has a different feel from many of it’s counterparts, with libraries and yoga pants instead of stakes and leather. The main character is a history professor named Diana, most of the story… View more

Coffeehouse Mysteries

If you wished you lived in a coffeehouse, Cleo Coyle’s Coffeehouse Mysteries are for you! Start with the first one – On What Grounds, though, as there is a sequential storyline in the series. There is an abundance of information on the mysteries of coffee and it’s spin-offs – latte, cappuccino, espresso, and more, as well… View more

Wicked Appetite

If you like Janet Evanovich and her “Between the Numbers” books featuring Diesel, you will love Wicked Appetite.  Diesel is now the main attraction with new characters in tow. Still fun-loving, mysterious, and sexy in an honorable way, Diesel is on the hunt for his evil cousin – someone to really be afraid of. Janet’s… View more

Dead Reckoning

Dead Reckoning is the latest in the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris, which means it is sure to be a huge hit. This installment is  a continuation of the the drama from the last few books. Sookie’s vampire boyfriend Eric Northman and his sidekick Pam (my favorite character in the series) are in political… View more

Love Finds You…

The Love Finds You… books are an eclectic group of light Christian romance stories. Half are written in past time periods, and the other half written in modern-day. All are in different locations in the United States, and most are written by different authors. Melody Carlson, Sandra Bricker, and Melanie Dobson are just a few… View more

David Stark Design

David Stark Design (by David Stark) is a treasure of a book for anyone who wants to spend a few dreamy hours ogling seriously cool “art masquerading as a party.” Stark heads a team of event planners that use ordinary objects (peanut butter jars, bubble wrap…) to create over-the-top installations. The book is full of… View more

Knit. Sock. Love.

Can a sock be a work of art? If it’s designed by Cookie A. it can be. Knit. Sock. Love. is Cookie’s newest collection of coveted knitted sock patterns. This collection is probably better for intermediate to advanced knitters but it will give beginners inspiration. She gives multiple options to accommodate all shapes and sizes… View more