Cheers to the Weekend 4.5.19


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It’s been a beautiful season so far and we’re reading our way through the sunshine-y days and rainy days. We’re aiming to spend more time together, discuss future changes for this space, and enjoy our literary community as much as possible. We hope you have a great weekend friends! What will you be reading?


Not sure what I think about this list of most notable books from 2018, but there are some interesting titles on here for sure. Are you often torn on reading all the new releases too?!

I’m very intrigued by Carolyn Forche’s poetry and look forward to her memoir.

Forthcoming fictional novels worth looking into.

What if an author told you about a book he was writing, then never got to finish it?!

An insight to Vladimir Nabokov’s life on the run over 100 years ago today. A life more wild than his fiction, and no doubt a main source of his inspiration.

Our Abrams partnership has yielded excellent food and bookish discussions, have you seen them yet?

The tales of Beatrix Potter have held a generational interest for my family. There’s no better time than spring and the upcoming Easter holiday to find subtle and tasteful ways to bring the stories to life in your home.


Such an aesthetically pleasing feed of beautiful books, classics we love, and a witty handle.

Carolyn’s light and contrasted photos are striking and lead to a subtle lifestyle vibe we love.

A fun take on the literary lifestyle and adamant lover of all things bookish.


Michaela - Thanks so much to Tor Publishing for my copy of Gideon the Ninth, which is satisfying my fantasy-loving and distracted heart right now.

Rikki - It’s safe to say that I’ll be reading Middlemarch for all of time, but I did take a break to read Love and Death in the Sunshine State.

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