The Tattooist of Auschwitz, by Heather Morris, is a powerful novel based on the true story of Ludwig “Lale” Sokolov, who was imprisoned at Auschwitz and was conscripted to tattoo prisoner numbers onto the arms of his fellow Jews.
We’ve all seen suggested beer and food pairings, but how about beer and books?
Go inside Hopkins’ newest hot spot for books and beer—all run by women.
Marie Benedict's "The Only Woman in the Room" gives a fictionalized account of one Hollywood's biggest stars, whose impact goes far beyond her looks.
We can’t seem to get enough Sherlock Holmes adaptations, and this Charlotte Holmes series will catch the eye of readers looking for a fresh reimagining of one of literature’s favorite duos.
Tonka Bay resident Tim Duff is a bit of a Renaissance man.
Deephaven-based Charles R. Stinson Architects is known for design that is respectful of the surrounding environment and tied to the landscape.
Our contributor says this might be the best book yet from the author of A Man Called Ove.
The series is an entertaining read for Anglophiles, lovers of mysteries, and those who enjoy ahead-of-their-time historical heroines.
For aspiring authors, getting their work published is a quest that can elicit as many goosebumps as reading a Stephen King novel.
Many dream of being the next J.K. Rowling, but realize after a few rejections that writing a happy ending is much easier than scoring one in real life. On the page, the writer controls their book’s plot from conflict to resolution. Off the page, outside forces in the form of literary agents and publishers are crucial to getting their novel in the hands of readers.