Monthly Archives: June 2015

Fat Girl Walking – Brittany Gibbons

Told through a series of larger-than-life snapshots, a hilarious memoir in essays about love, sex, marriage, motherhood, bikinis, and loving your body, no matter what size you are from the acclaimed blogger and body image advocate.

29 Argyle Drive – David Turri

This is the story of an old house in the picture-postcard city of Christchurch, New Zealand. It chronicles events that happened at the house in the spring and again in the summer of 2010, events which drew the world’s media like flies to honey. They called it "The Hell House."

Stunned – Sarah Noffke

(The Lucidites, Book Two) Roya desperately wishes she was above ground, on a sunny patio, watching the lake lap up on the shore. Instead, she finds herself trapped with the Lucidites. Just when she thinks she’s finally escaping the Institute, a new danger unveils itself. It’s up to Roya to figure out who’s behind it and how to save everyone... Action-packed and captivating - will leave audiences squirming from the tension and begging for more.

Being Nixon: A Man Divided – Evan Thomas

“What was it really like to be Richard Nixon? Evan Thomas tackles this fascinating question by peeling back the layers of a man driven by a poignant mix of optimism and fear. The result is both insightful history and an astonishingly compelling psychological portrait of an anxious introvert who struggled to be a transformative statesman.”—Walter Isaacson