We're sure you heard that Game of Thrones won big at the 2018 Emmys. Fans loved seeing the cast out of costume and George R. R. Martin, the writer of the original novel A Song of Ice and Fire, looking dapper in his purple striped suit, and adorable turtle broach!
Heather Morris wrote The Tattooist of Auschwitz after conducting extensive interviews with the real life protagonist of her work, Ludwig (Lale) Sokolov.
Bob Woodward has remained a prominent author, journalist, and critic of both past and current presidencies. After reporting on the Watergate scandal of the 1970s, Woodward continued his writing, which led to his particular critical style.
Amy Winehouse was a renowned singer, remembered for her deep and expressive voice. Her vocal range enchanted many fans and continues to channel the star's blues even after her tragic death.
Hispanic Heritage Month began September 15th and runs to October 15th, and I want to talk about Paulo Coelho, an author who has been hugley important in paving the way for many Latinx authors.
Monday always seems to come around too quickly, doesn't it? Thankfully, that means we are back, too, and we're bringing with us three great books for you to read this week. If you're unsure about what book to pick up next, hopefully, this list will help you choose!
If you payed attention in grade school or were a total bookworm during your childhood, you probably know the name Judy Blume. She features on many back to school reading lists, as well as being a favorite of young adult readers the world over.