Posts tagged "Non-fiction"

Books That Feel Like Summer (Adult Edition)

Books That Feel Like Summer (Adult Edition)

Crack open your sunscreen and get out your beach bags people because summer has officially begun! To help set the tone for sunset evenings, cool beverages, and sticky watermelon fingers I’ve got a whole list of books to get you in that summer sunshine mood. I’ve got lots of Fiction and Romance with some Mystery & Suspense as well as a few non-fiction books towards the end. I hope you soak up every drop of the summertime vibes emanating from these books and that they help you jump into your summer reading plans with a splash.

Stay tuned for next week's blog post all about Kids & YA summer books!

Happy AAPI Heritage Month! (Adult Books)

Happy AAPI Heritage Month! (Adult Books)

I'm back again folks with more Asian American and Pacific Islander book recommendations to continue celebrating AAPI Heritage Month - and this time we're talking about adult books! I've included a good range of fiction, non-fiction, romance, science fiction, and fantasy so there's all kinds of genres for your perusal.

Though there's a good amount of books on this list, but it only scratches the surface of amazing books by AAPI authors. I definiltey recommend following these authors and more on social media to continue hearing about more book recommendations. And if you have the means, support your local AAPI owned businesses in your community and consider donating to nonprofits that support the AAPI community (such as API Chaya here in Seattle).

Make sure to follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for more book-related fun and if you're looking for the audiobook version of any of these titles, you can head to Libro.fm where you can get audiobooks while still supporting Third Place Books!

Non-Fiction That Reads Like Fiction: Part 1

Non-Fiction That Reads Like Fiction: Part 1

A while back, a customer came in and asked me, do you have any recommendations for non-fiction books that read like fiction? As someone who predominantly reads young adult, fantasy, and sci. fi. I was a bit of a deer in headlights and didn't have a quick answer. However, I wasn't going to leave this literary seeking stranger just standing there. So after running around to ask my fellow booksellers, I was able to show the customer a solid 3-4 titles (teamwork really does make the dream work people).

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