The above linked article talks about the newly released non fiction books listed below. A few of them are on my TBR list, and some of the others sound interesting, too.
This was on the List of Lists from summer 2019.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I didn’t think I was going to enjoy this book as much as I did. I hadn’t read much about Harper Lee before, and the book shed some light onto who she was. The trial she was researching was very interesting, too.
The book flowed well, and the author didn’t try to bounce back and forth between time periods and characters, so it made it easier to follow. It was well-written, and I would definitely recommend it to those who like non-fiction
I did read this book when I was about 10. I would like to read it again, because a lot of the visual stuff never really sunk in. But, I did read it. I just don’t remember a lot about it.
My daughter and I went to a book signing last week. We went for sushi first
Edamame trio – plain, garlic, and chili lime
While I stood in line, my daughter ran over to the pet store across the street. I saw someone get out of a car that looked like my cousin. It was! We didn’t know the other was attending the event.
My daughter came back a little confused, since it wasn’t planned. She didn’t want to be in the photo.
A copy of the book.
The front of the store.
When we got the books, they were already signed. The author was allowing photos, but my daughter and I decided to pass. My cousin stayed for her photo, though. It was a great evening.
The above linked article is about an author who misunderstood a legal term as part of her research and essentially wrote much of the book incorrectly.
I think it was wrong of the interviewer to wait until they were on the air to deliver the blow. The book was supposed to come out today, so I am curious about how and if they fixed the errors. When I looked up Outrages on Goodreads, I see that the release date was moved to June 2020.