Read Alert: Images of America

I'm currently obsessed with this little Images of America book that my husband found with pictures and notes from "Denver's City Park and Whittier Neighborhoods." Shawn M. Snow did a great job with the images...

Read Alert: Book Alikes

Ever Googled "What should I read next?" Do it and you'll get quite a few websites that actually generate suggestions for your next read. If I don't have something coming in from a lit agent and I can't get a...

Read Alert: Jacket Judging

I stumbled upon these images on the English Muse the other day, and I was instantly smitten. Don't get me wrong: I read (and re-read) Fitzgerald for what's inside the cover. But doesn't reading a pretty book...

Read Alert: Taft 2012

It is hard at first to formulate an opinion about Taft 2012. This is, most likely, because the concept of the book is so completely absurd. Jason Heller's first novel paints a picture of the 2012...

Read Alert: From Blog to Book

I've been a blogger for a long time. When I first started blogging, as in, a personal blog--whether it was sharing a bit of life, jumping into the world of fashion, or really digging into what I think about...

Read Alert: Sparkopolis

Mark your calendars for September 24, the day for Sparkopolis, the creative fundraising party hosted by the Rangeview Library Friends Foundation. Money raised through this year’s event will fund the...

Read Alert: Mountain Brew

It's no secret that Denver has a fantastic microbrew culture. In fact, we're so laden with  brew pubs and good beer, it can be a bit overwhelming to track it all down. Enter Ed Sealover's new Mountain Brew:...

Read Alert: E-Readers?

So today my husband and I, along with our six-month-old, packed up into our SUV and set out on a three week road trip across the country. We've got 3,000 miles to cover and 48-hours of driving if we did it...

Read Alert: To Be Sung Underwater

At some point in life, you've probably considered running away from home. In younger days, it was an ill-formed plan, a backpack full of toys and snacks, and a string of whispers to various friends, "Whatever...