Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss met in the corporate world, and they've used their experience to write a pair of books on the absurdity of corporate life. Read more about Local Writers Skewer Corporate Culture with 'B.S. Incorporated' Novels
Plymouth resident Larry Temple’s first novel, 100 Days of Terror, a suspense thriller, has been winning awards and is being read as far away as Estonia and Australia. Read more about Local Author's First Novel Wins Beverly Hills Book Award
With so many books available, how to choose? Librarian Jim Magnuson came to the rescue to bring us a few of the best books of September for your fall reading.
Books for Adults Read more about What to Read This Month
When Kate St. Vincent Vogl was in first grade, she wanted to become the first female astronaut, and if that didn’t work out, she said she’d be a writer. “Sally Ride beat me to it,” Vogl says. Vogl, a Plymouth resident, published her first work in April 2009, a memoir titled Lost & Found: A Memoir of Mothers, which chronicles her journey of connecting with her birth mother.
Read more about A Search for Connection Leads to Kate St. Vincent Vogl’s First Book
Reading outside is a great way to enjoy
the warm summer days, and Plymouth librarian Joanna Redman has provided
us with some great suggestions for
Books for Adults Read more about Reading the Summer Away