Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

The little bookstore that's bigger on the inside

  First of all, we have a few non-fiction books in our line-up of new arrivals at the store. We have one book that is more of a philosophy book,   METAPHYSICAL ANIMALS: HOW FOUR WOMEN BROUGHT PHILOSOPHY BACK TO LIFE by Clare Mac Cumhaill, Rachael Wiseman     Next, we have some more memoirs …

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    This week our shelves are filled with the memoirs of celebrities. Some you may have heard of, some you may not, but the books themselves should prove pretty entertaining.     BRIGHTER BY THE DAY: WAKING UP TO NEW HOPES AND DREAMS by Robin Roberts. Robin was a longtime host of GOOD MORNING …

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    There are many books coming out this week that are geared towards helping oneself find what it is you really want to do in life, or how to channel your life in positive, creative ways. I thought I’d focus on some of these non-fiction books since life these days can be very difficult …

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    It seems as though Historical fiction novels are becoming very popular these days, and the first two on the list of new arrivals at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester are exactly that:   THE DIAMOND EYE by Kate Quinn – a World War II tale based on a true story about a quiet …

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  The first new arrivals to don our shelves this week are some interesting genre books.   We have a thriller:   THE MATCH by Harlan Coben,   and a mystery:   GIVE UNTO OTHERS (A COMMISSARIO GUIDO BRUNETTI MYSTERY) by Donna Leon     Then for those of you who enjoy the TV series, …

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    Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is very happy to shine our Friday spotlight on author Brad Meltzer. Brad is the author of at least 10 best-selling thrillers, best-selling non-fiction books, children’s books (which he started writing for his children), comic books, TV shows and a few TV series (He created the series, Jack …

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    This week there are two types of new books that are entering into our literary establishment – thrillers/mysteries and non-fiction books. I will start with the non-fiction, of which there are several different categories:   Biographies:   ONE DAMN THING AFTER ANOTHER: MEMOIRS OF AN ATTORNEY GENERAL by William P. Barr and REBEL: …

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  This week I will start with the new non-fiction books that are gracing our shelves. First off, there is:   BURNING QUESTIONS: ESSAYS AND OCCASIONAL PIECES, 2004 TO 2021 by Margaret Atwood. Followed by: MADHOUSE AT THE END OF THE EARTH: THE BELGICA’S JOURNEY INTO THE DARK ANTARCTIC NIGHT by Julian Sancton, a history …

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    This week’s offerings are mainly non-fiction. There are always many good non-fiction books passing through our shelves, but memoirs seem to be very popular right now. In any case, we do have three new memoirs arriving: EDUCATED: A MEMOIR by Tara Westover, about an American woman whose father was against formal education, so …

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    The beginning of February brings some books to our shelves that deal with some very hot topics of the day – MERCY STREET: A NOVEL by Jennifer Haigh deals with abortion issues, and AMERICAN DIRT by Jeanine Cummings, which is an Oprah’s book club book deals with the tragedy that people face when …

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