good reads

Snowed in? Fend off cabin fever with these fascinating stories.
After reading Thrive I developed a healthy "attitude" and vibrant outlook on my life. I remind myself to appreciate all that is God given and be thankful for all my blessings. It has deepened my faith and instilled how important it is to always be kind and humble.
Rule no. 1 of in-flight entertainment: Don't rely on the in-flight movie. While you're traveling for the holidays--whether it's to a tropical beach or your in-laws suburban house three states away--we recommend snagging a great read instead.
Olivia by Ian Falconer Have fun with Olivia... dressing up, singing songs, building sand castles, napping (maybe), dancing
The book won me over from the first chapter and I was lost in Martel's imagination in a way I rarely am. I found it just as enjoyable on the re-read; not a perfect book, but one whose popularity, both critical and sales-wise, I perfectly understand.
Lidia Yuknavitch's The Chronology of Water is the kind of book that people don't just read, but become converted to.
If you are looking for a list of crime novels to take to the beach this summer other than the ones on the bestseller list, here are 11 books to consider.
Right now I'm looking right at Mary Gaitskill's "Bad Behavior"; the new Diane Keaton autobiography; "Having It All," by Helen
Time has been the main character in many great books and movies, forcing the development of feelings to slow down or speed
I asked some of the independent booksellers that I work with to choose a book that, for whatever reason, is overshadowed but still awesome.