I read 55 books last year. I made some guidelines for 2015: a new author every week, stick to recent releases, something literary, and only read books I never read before. Sounds boring, but it was important to me. This year, however, I’m doing whatever the hell I want. I’m not worried about a number… Read More What I read: January 2016
Sari Wilson’s (rhymes with airy) debut novel was about a decade in the making. Wilson’s head was filled with images from her childhood as a ballerina: her hair up in a tight bun, blistered feet, and countless leotards. She knew she wanted to write about the world she spent so much time in, but, more… Read More A conversation with Sari Wilson
[ release date: January 26, 2016 via HarperCollins] READ: my interview with the author. Girl Through Glass, the debut novel from Sari (rhymes with airy) Wilson, may be set in the cut-throat world ballet, but this is not a story about dance. It’s about what happens when a person’s world shatters apart and how those pieces… Read More ‘Girl Through Glass’ by Sari Wilson reviewed
Here are five fiction books to check out this month. I’ll try to add some non-fiction and different genres (maybe even some male writers) in future months.