The 2013 Goodreads Choice Awards offer book recommendations in many genres. Our guests this episode are Stephanie Hall, Kelli Smith and Megan Johnson. Open your ears for a funny and honest discussion about what new books we enjoyed this year and what we recommend – then share your thoughts
Find this week’s New York Times bestsellers at your library. There are two ways to get your hands on a bestseller title. One way is to place a request and the other way is to come in and check the new title shelves!
Cath and her twin sister Wren are starting their freshman year of college and it’s their first time not sharing a room and everything else. Wren is excited to meet new people and go out, but Cath is very introverted and would rather stay in her room and write fanfiction. She’s much more comfortable with […]
This novel is unique because it is narrated by death. Death is a busy man in Nazi Germany, and as you can imagine some of the stories revealed tug at your heartstrings. One of our reviewers was moved to tears. Our All Booked Up hosts assure us, however, that we won’t cry through every page […]
In this episode of All Booked Up, get caught up in a good story about secrets surrounding a small town. Will Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger keep you turning the page? Certainly worked for Kathy and Diana. Tap into this post to listen as these two ladies discuss why they recommend this book.
Don Tillman has never had a second date, though he seems like quite a catch. He’s a brilliant professor of genetics, athletic, cooks and has his own apartment, but he has a problem relating to people. He takes everything too literally even going as far as watching a clock to give someone a minute when they ask for one. He’s obsessed with routines, details, and evidenced-based thinking which is great for science but not relationships. So his solution to finding a wife is to create a questionnaire…