book club

Danny Gregory provides insight into the inner workings of your inner critic. With Shut Your Monkey he teaches you how to put it in its place. Soon you'll be able to silence that voice and do what you want to do--create.

Nora McInerny Purmort gives her readers a true gift — permission to struggle, permission to laugh, permission to tell the truth and know that everything will be okay.

It's Okay to Laugh: (Crying Is Cool Too) is a love letter to life, in all its messy glory; it reads like a conversation with a close friend, and leaves a trail of glitter in its wake.

Into the Black is a real-life techno-thriller from bestselling author and aviation expert Rowland White that recaptures the historic moments leading up to the launch of the space shuttle Columbia and the exciting story of her daring maiden flight.

  The Passion of Dolssa by Julie Berry is a spellbinding thriller about an upper-crust city girl with a secret lover and an uncanny gift who is branded a heretic. Now she’s on the run from the friar who condemned her mother to death.

  In The Geography of Madness, acclaimed magazine writer Frank Bures travels around the world to trace culture-bound syndromes to their sources - and in the process, tells a remarkable story about the strange things all of us believe.

  Shawn Braley, Co-Founder of Cincy Stories, talks about gathering and sharing the stories of Walnut Hills, June 10 at 6pm at The Walnut Hills Story Gallery.

  Barbarian Days is William Finnegan’s memoir of an obsession, a complex enchantment. Surfing only looks like a sport. To initiates, it is something else: a beautiful addiction, a demanding course of study, a morally dangerous pastime, a way of life.

  The New York Times bestselling author Karen Rose returns with Alone in the Dark - a breathtaking new novel of suspense in the Cincinnati series - that crosses the line between danger and desire, and justice and revenge.

  Gonzo Girl by Cheryl Della Pietra is a “rambunctiously entertaining” debut novel inspired by the author’s time as Hunter S. Thompson’s assistant.

  Kim Popa, founder of dance company Pones, Inc. talks about "Graphic," their new production for the Cincinnati Fringe Festival.

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