Read It: September 2020

By Nicole McManus

Nicole reviews 1 books for September 2020’s issue of Sasee.
Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah.

Read It: August 2020

By Nicole McManus

Happy July! It is officially summer, so as you pack your sunscreen for a day at the beach, make sure to also pack these books in your beach bag. This month has some incredible new releases.

Read It: July 2020

By Nicole McManus

Happy July! It is officially summer, so as you pack your sunscreen for a day at the beach, make sure to also pack these books in your beach bag. This month has some incredible new releases.

June 2020: Read It!

By Nicole McManus

These three novels stress the importance of friendship. Each book showcases strong, brave women, facing unthinkable life-changing events. These stories will transport you to a different place and/or time. These are books that you will want to read and discuss with your friends.

Read It: May 2020

By Nicole McManus

Nicole reviews 3 books for May 2020’s issue of Sasee.
I Love You More Than Coffee by Melissa Face; Fighting Lions with Loo Rolls by Kathleen Rigby; On Ocean Boulevard by Mary Alice Monroe.

Read It: April 2020

By Nicole McManus

Spring is in the air, new books are coming out, and there are book tours galore! These three authors have several events planned in our area, so make sure to check with your local bookstores and libraries to see when your favorite authors will be in town.

Read It: March 2020

By Nicole McManus

Nicole reviews 2 books for March 2020’s issue of Sasee.
Saving Meghan by D. J. Palmer; Promises of the Heart by Nan Rossiter.

Read It: February 2020

By Nicole McManus

Love is in the air… and who doesn’t love a fantastic book or two? Below are two remarkable love stories, perfect for this extended February. (Leap years give us all an extra day of reading!)

Read It: January 2020

By Nicole McManus

Nicole reviews 2 books for January 2020’s issue of Sasee.
You Were There Too by Colleen Oakley; This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor by Adam Kay.