Tell us about the books you’ve finished reading with your comments and a rating of 1 to 5 stars. During the contest period from April 29th to May 13th at noon ET, three lucky readers each will be randomly chosen to win a copy of EVERYONE BRAVE IS FORGIVEN by Chris Cleave and REDEMPTION ROAD by John Hart.
Tell us about the audiobooks you’ve finished listening to with your comments and a rating of 1 to 5 stars for both the performance and the content. During the contest period from April 1st to May 2nd at noon ET, two lucky readers each will be randomly chosen to win the audio versions of Mary Higgins Clark’s AS TIME GOES BY, read by Jan Maxwell, and Kathleen Grissom’s GLORY OVER EVERYTHING: Beyond The Kitchen House, read by Santino Fontana, with Kyle Beltran, Madeleine Maby and Heather Alicia Simms.
I am organizing my bookshelves this winter. It's a very slow process. I seem to spend a lot of time stopping to read instead of shelving. I also would not make a good librarian, as I am terrible about "weeding" out the books that I have read!
Happy “Game of Thrones” month, Books on Screen readers! Can you feel it in the air, as thick as Jon Snow’s hair? That’s not early spring humidity; it’s excitement! It feels like a lifetime ago that the season five finale aired, and now we’re finally going to learn the fates of our favorite characters (JON SNOW JON SNOW JON SNOW), come hell or Ramsay Bolton. I was strictly told that I couldn’t devote this entire column to “Game of Thrones,” but --- as someone who, against all odds, was able to write about GONE WITH THE WIND in every single ninth grade English paper --- there are always loopholes. So welcome to Books on Screen, Thrones Edition! And sorry in advance, Tom.