Books

Book Review: Jeff Danielian's Walking Further
May 25, 2016 No Commentby

Book Review: Jeff Danielian’s Walking Further

Walking Further picks up where Seasonal Ramblings, Danielian’s first poetry collection, left off. The poems are strong but have a ...

Book Review: Heather Rigney's Hunting the Merrow
March 30, 2016 No Commentby

Book Review: Heather Rigney’s Hunting the Merrow

I can’t remember the last time I was this excited to learn that a book was coming out. Waking the ...

Local Author's
February 10, 2016 No Commentby

Local Author’s “The Changing Season” Coming Feb 16

Local author Steven Manchester is known for being a prolific, heartfelt author who also wrote and directed his first play ...

Book Review: Janet Dutcher's Samuel and the Soldiers of Heaven
January 20, 2016 No Commentby

Book Review: Janet Dutcher’s Samuel and the Soldiers of Heaven

But I want to know what is going to happen next. This was my mantra while reading through this 131-page ...

Book Review: Christine Jenkins' Fake Smiles and Lasagna
December 23, 2015 No Commentby

Book Review: Christine Jenkins’ Fake Smiles and Lasagna

In Fake Smiles and Lasagna, author Christine Jenkins, a math teacher at Moses Brown School, describes mentoring sibling refugees from ...

Book Review: Stocking Dead
December 8, 2015 No Commentby

Book Review: Stocking Dead

What if you took all those animated Christmas specials we all loved growing up, complete with toy making elves, Santa ...

Book Review: A Cricket’s Trick or Treat by Leo C. Frisk, Jr
November 5, 2015 No Commentby

Book Review: A Cricket’s Trick or Treat by Leo C. Frisk, Jr

The backstory of author Leo C. Frisk, Jr is nearly as intriguing as the story itself.  Frisk somewhat stumbled into ...

Book Review: Ned Handy and Kemp Battle's The Flame Keepers -- The True Story of an American Soldier’s Survival Inside Stalag 17
October 7, 2015 No Commentby

Book Review: Ned Handy and Kemp Battle’s The Flame Keepers — The True Story of an American Soldier’s Survival Inside Stalag 17

I think that everyone has an important story to tell. Some may be better told than others, but all would be ...

For Your Reading Pleasure
September 16, 2015 No Commentby

For Your Reading Pleasure

College kids and books go together like a keg and a red cup. You just can’t have one without the ...

Book Review: Brown: History of an Idea by Ted Widmer
September 16, 2015 No Commentby

Book Review: Brown: History of an Idea by Ted Widmer

Providence native, noted historian and librarian, and the author of Young America: the Flowering of Democracy in New York City (1998), Ark of ...