Kirsten Edwards Tag

Did Somebody Say Ice Cream? By: Kirsten Edwards In case you need another reason to indulge this summer, July is National Ice Cream Month!  Celebrate this creamy treat with some sweet reads at the library! Want to learn about the history of America’s favorite dessert?  Amy Ettinger’s ode...

Rainy Day Reads By: Kirsten Edwards April is made for reading.  Escape the dreary weather and curl up with a rainy day read guaranteed to entertain. Fiction: The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein has been a patron favorite for years.  It’s the story of Enzo,...

Celebrating Women’s History Month By: Kirsten Edwards March offers more than Daylight Savings and the promise of warmer temperatures, it also brings Women’s History Month.  Join us in honoring the legacies of some fascinating women of past and present.  Grab your favorite cozy blanket and curl up...

How to Find Love in a Bookshop By: Veronica Henry Words cannot describe how much I love books about books.  Throw in an English accent and charming characters, and I’m a lost cause.   How to Find Love in a Bookshop by Veronica Henry follows the story of...

In a Dark, Dark Wood By: Ruth Ware Readers may know Ruth Ware from her 2016 hit, The Woman in Cabin 10.  Her debut novel In a Dark, Dark Wood deserves just as much attention and praise.  It’s a fast paced thriller with characters and plot twists...

Everyone Brave is Forgiven By: Chris Cleave   World War II fiction has been a trend in publishing these last few years.  In this librarian’s opinion, Everyone Brave is Forgiven is an excellent addition to this growing collection of novels.  It is a character driven story involving love,...

The Long and Faraway Gone By: Lou Berney Two tragic events from over two decades ago intertwine in this gripping cold case thriller. The Long and Faraway Gone by Lou Berney is a mystery with numerous accolades, including Edgar Allan Poe and Reading List awards.  It is intense and...

Young Elizabeth: The Making of the Queen By: Kate Williams   There are countless biographies about Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family, not to mention a very popular Netflix show, The Crown.  As an Anglophile, I assumed there wasn’t much more to learn about the Queen.  Fortunately,...

The Life We Bury By: Allen Eskens This is the time of year to curl up with a great mystery while sipping apple cider.  Allen Eskens’ The Life We Bury is the perfect book for a lazy Sunday afternoon.  It’s gritty, well-written, and has a cast of complicated characters. The...

The House on Tradd Street By: Karen White A mysterious ghost story + a dash of romance = the perfect end of summer read!  Karen White’s The House on Tradd Street is the first in her Tradd Street series, and it’s a step back to the late 2000s...

The Fishers Library will be opening at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 27 due to the Brew Ha Ha 5K.