This week we have half genre and half non-fiction new arrivals donning our shelves at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester. Three of the non-fiction books just happen to be related to Movies and Television!
Those three include:
MEAN BABY: A MEMOIR OF GROWING UP by Selma Blair is her memoir, complete from being what she was told, a “mean baby”, to alcohol issues, to being the talented actress she is today.
THE OFFICE BFFS: TALES OF THE OFFICE FROM TWO BEST FRIENDS WHO WERE THERE by Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey is a well-illustrated, behind-the-scenes look at the friendship between two of the co-stars of The Office.
WE WERE DREAMERS: AN IMMIGRANT SUPERHERO ORIGIN STORY by Simu Liu is a memoir/biography of Simu Liu, the man who played Marvel’s first Asian Superhero. It tells of his immigrant origins, and his struggles with cultures, family, and identity.
Another biography, not related to the movies is:
HIS NAME IS GEORGE FLOYD: ONE MAN’S LIFE AND THE STRUGGLE FOR RACIAL JUSTICE by Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa tells the story of how one man’s tragic experience brought about a global movement for change.
The fictional books this week include two thrillers:
IN THE BLOOD: A THRILLER (5) (TERMINAL LIST) by Jack Carr is # 5 in the James Reece terrorism thriller series.
THE ISLAND by Adrian McKinty. A new family in a vacation gone totally wrong. A heart pounding thriller.
The final two books in this list are both filled with humor, but are in different genres:
RAZZMATAZZ: A NOVEL by Christopher Moore is an outrageous follow-up of his previous novel NOIR, with the same cast of characters. This could be considered historical fiction.
SOMETHING WILDER by Christina Lauren is a humorous romance novel filled with adventure, treasure and love.
As always, thank you for making our shelves your destination.