Quiz: Which new release should you read this fall?

November 16th, 2018

What’s your favorite part of fall?
A. Spooky season
B. Changing of the leaves
C. Monday night football

Pick a fabric.
A. Flannel
B. Velvet
C. Denim

What’s your favorite beverage?
A. Coffee or tea
B. Wine
C. Beer

What’s your favorite fall movie?
A. Whatever’s on Hallmark
B. When Harry Met Sally
C. The Blind Side or Remember the Titans

If you got mostly As, you’re in the mood for something cozy! Why not try a cozy mystery—a mystery that’s fun, chock full of interesting characters, but without any graphic content? Here are a few new releases: “Séances are for Suckers: An Eleanor Wilde Mystery: Book 1” by Tamara Berry; “Murder in her Stocking: A Granny Reid Mystery: Book 1” by G.A. McKevett; or “A Crafter Knits a Clue: A Handcrafted Mystery: Book 1” by Holly Quinn.

If you got mostly Bs, you want something fun! Try a rom-com that while you sip your hot cider… If you want to get into the holiday spirit, “One Day in December” is being called a literary “Love Actually.” Other new releases that you might enjoy are “The Proposal” by Jasmine Guillory or “Good Luck Charm” by Helen Hunting.

If you got mostly Cs, you love sports. If you’re looking for a history of Maryland football, try “Collision of Wills: Johnny Unitas, Don Shula, and the Rise of the Modern NFL” by Jack Gilden. Or try the literary fiction “Gods of Wood and Stone” by Mark Di Ionno, a story of two men framed by the lens of football.

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June New Book Releases Quiz

June 29th, 2018

There are many new book releases this June. Take our quiz to find which one you should read!

What genre are you in the mood for?
a. Romance
b. Supernatural thriller
c. Literary

Pick a perspective:
a. Someone on the Autism spectrum
b. Someone who was kidnapped
c. A widower

Pick a treat:
a. Lemon bar
b. Salted caramel brownie
c. Oatmeal cookie with chocolate chips

Pick a book:
a. The Rosie Project by Graeme C. Simsion
b. Anything by H.P. Lovecraft
c. A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

The Kiss QuotientIf you got mostly A’s, you should read:
The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang
Stella isn’t great at dating, and it doesn’t help that she has Asperger’s. She decides she needs a professional, so she hires an escort to help her learn about romance. A fun, easy, sexy summer read.

If you got mostly B’s, you should read:
Providence by Caroline Kepnes
In Providence, New Hampshire, teenagers Jon and Chloe are best friends and have a special bond. Before Jon can admit his feelings for Chloe, he is kidnapped. Four years later, he comes back – but he’s slightly different. A fast-paced, supernatural thriller.

If you got mostly C’s, you should read:
Harry’s Trees by Jon Cohen
When 34-year-old Harry Crane’s wife suddenly passes away, he leaves behind his job as an analyst for the US Forest Service and moves to remote Pennsylvania. There he meets a strong-willed girl named Oriana who is trying to search for answers to her own tragedy.  A bittersweet, moving, and oftentimes funny story.


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