Why am I an expert on the glorious written word? One of the many answers is as simple as this: Paper. I am a cat, and paper is a necessity for enjoying our superior existence. Why that isn’t enough for you ridiculous humans to accept is beyond me.
I don’t like beer. I find it to increase my bloat and render me burpy – an abhorrence to my esteemed lifestyle. However my editor – God help her – happens to love the stuff. And she’s partnering with our local library foundation to host a beer and book pairing for the local plebeians. Apologies…for the local brethren.
This month’s book club pick is The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. To give you an idea of the style of book that is The Nightingale, I already finished it before we picked out a book club date. This is a page turner folks!
My name is Fitzgerald. And before you get confused, no, I am not F. Scott Fitzgerald. However, to be frank, I find him highly overrated. I am just Fitzgerald. I am…humbly…the Co-Editor of Lit With a Twist.
For this month’s Book Club selection, we went with The Heart Goes Last, the bestselling 2015 novel by Margaret Atwood. You will be shocked, disgusted and then will do a double take due to the hilarity of the situation these pathetic characters find themselves in.
Reading is definitely a solitary activity. However when you have a furry friend who happens to be nestled on your lap during said reading time, it may just make said activity that much…happier. For those of us who don’t have reading buddies of our own, here are some to live vicariously through.
Sign up for an Italian wine tasting and literature pairing at Chicago’s Que Syrah Fine Wines boutique wine shop on August 27th! Lit With a Twist is thrilled to work with the Chicago Public Library Foundation’s Junior Board and host this “Get Carded” event.
In Seveneves, a novel by Neal Stephenson, a catastrophic event renders the earth a ticking time bomb. In a feverish race against the inevitable, nations around the globe band together to devise an ambitious plan to ensure the survival of humanity far beyond our atmosphere, in outer space.