Since October 2013, Maureen has been bringing organizational awesomeness and an eclectic mix of books that you may not know are your favorites yet.
Maureen is a recovering attorney and also runs a small business called Mo Organized. Need help organizing your life? She's the champion! Just look at how much better the store is looking. If she can organize Kelly, she can organize you!
Once you get high by drinking your own shadow, the addiction becomes a matter of survival. These shadow-sippers live in the open, while those who've escaped live in giant, sealed domes. When these worlds begin to meet, SIP gives us a unique fable about prejudice, friendship, addiction, and survival told in gorgeous pros that will leave you wishing for more.
A powerful story that is part thriller, part examination of race in America, this is a book that we all should read -- especially right now. Locke tells the story of Darren Matthews, a black Texas Ranger called home to solve the murders or an interracial couple before he loses his career and possibly more due to tensions surrounding race in the region. Bluebird, Bluebird goes deeper than the typical crime thriller without sacrificing any of the enjoyment of the genre.
When people can splice anilam DANA into their own to become chimeras, are they still human? McGoran examines issues of discrimination and oppression through the eyes of teenage Jimi, whose best friend has decided to become a chimera to rebel against and escape his difficult home. This is a great read for teens but adults should enjoy as well.
This is a fantastic debut from the actress of Jessica Jones fame. Some people can act, some people can act and do other things, and occasionally write. Ritter is the exception, as she can both act and write very well. A thrilling tale of a woman working to defeat corruption, this was a well-to-do tale and I can wait to read whatever Ritter has up her sleeve for the future.