One Mind Humming | Laura Kolbe

If pain isn’t in our head, then where is it? In our June 23 issue, Laura Kolbe, a physician, clinical ethicist, and poet, reviews three new books on the historical, physical, and cultural aspects of pain. As a doctor, Kolbe is attuned to how pain shapes the relationships between doctors and patients and, on a … Read more

For Better & For Worse Book Tour

For Better & For Worse by Quint Emm Ellis ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GENRE: ChristianRomance ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ BLURB: These ex-lovebirds are busy building a nest for one. But can she be convinced to make room for him, too? Despite attending the same congregation and university, Ashe and Stephen’s circles had never seemed to cross. One class project changed everything…for … Read more

UNTIL IT SHIMMERS | Kirkus Reviews

A Canadian man wrestles with his family heritage and his adult life as a gay man in this debut novel. Ned Baldwin, the lead character in Scott’s dynamic story, has graduated from Trinity, the Canadian college where he’s spent the last half-decade unraveling the mysteries of English literature, his future, and varying aspects of himself. … Read more

RIO LOS ANGELES | Kirkus Reviews

In this debut novel, a world traveler visits an island off the US coast and mingles in good—as well as dangerous—company. Globe-trotting Judah Goodwin’s latest destination is the United States. But the ship he’s on drops him off at, as the helmsman puts it, “Almost America”—the small island Rio Los Angeles sitting somewhere between Nova … Read more

YA, More Horror, & More

One Last Stop From the New York Times bestselling author of Red, White & Royal Blue comes a new romantic comedy that will stop readers in their tracks… Cynical twenty-three-year old August doesn’t believe in much. She doesn’t believe in psychics, or easily forged friendships, or finding the kind of love they make movies about. … Read more