Lioness Book Club: Summer/Fall 2015
Posted by Lioness Woman`s Club on October 1, 2015
Top up your book list and have a great read!
Book Review: The Girl on the Train
Posted by Alessia Piccolo on September 10, 2015
If you’ve stepped foot into any bookstore within the past six months, chances are you’ve seen Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train shelved on a large display sprawled across the entrance.
Small but Mighty: Tony Morrison’s Newest Novel God Help the Child
Posted by Adesuwa Okoyomon on July 30, 2015
Her latest novel, God Help the Child, though small, explores a wide range of themes such as abandonment, child abuse, and racism.
Lioness Book Club: Spring 2015
Posted by Lioness Woman`s Club on April 16, 2015
A good book can set you on the right path in a flip of a page. Read on carefully, let the words enter your heart and take a step towards the bright side.
Lioness Book Club: Winter 2015
Posted by Lioness Woman`s Club on February 19, 2015
Lioness Woman’s Club picked some great books for you to learn, grow and simply enjoy
Book Review: In Spite of All the Damage by Juliet deWal
Posted by Sara Hailstone on December 4, 2014
In Spite of All the Damage is a compelling and self-facing narrative
Steve Jobs’ Ex Publishes a Memoir
Posted by Irene Lewis on November 14, 2013
The Bite in the Apple: A Memoir of My Life With Steve Jobs.
Alice Munro, Writing Her Way to a Noble Prize!
Posted by Monique Bourgeois on October 17, 2013
13th woman to win the Noble Prize in Literature
Me Before You: Finding Love in Unexpected Places
Posted by Monique Loveless on April 25, 2013
A novel with a flare of romance , yet with a real human story weaved into the fabric of the tale
Rules of Civility: New York Upper Class and the Rules to Live By
Posted by Monique Loveless on February 21, 2013
The first novel by Amor Towles, Rules of Civility, is an award-winning bestseller published in fifteen languages.