Happy 2020 everyone! As you’ve heard a million times by now, it’s not only the beginning of a new year, but a new decade as well. Since arbitrary numbers are a great excuse for improvement, we’re making some changes to the blog. Here’s what we’ve decided: We are going to commit to posting on a…
We figured that fairy tales were a pretty good fit for Halloween, what with magical creatures of all sorts and occasionally dark settings.
Since we started this blog in October and our inaugural post was the first book in the Mercy Thompson series, we thought it would be fun to review another Patricia Briggs book for our anniversary.
Happy Halloween Month! We both love Autumn and Halloween, but October has another distinction as well. It’s the month we started this blog! Yes, as of this month, Bathtub Book Club is officially 1 year old! We can say a few words and take some wobbly steps, but before you know it we’ll be knocking…
In general, we believe most attempts to ban books are attempts to shut down conversations about topics people are uncomfortable with.
Today's National Read-a-Book Day and we're celebrating by not only reading, but posing with our books! Have you seen the bookface trend going around? We have, and we knew we had to jump on the bandwagon. Here's Jeriann with her next Isabel Allende read: And here's Bethany! This Lisa Gardner book cover definitely called for…
It’s Labor Day weekend! To celebrate, we thought we’d give you, our awesome readers, some book-drink pairings to get your Labor Day weekend going.
Slaughterhouse-Five has been on my to-read list for quite a while, and recently I decided it was finally time to sit down and read it.
Hello fellow reader, let me tell you something about myself. I am an easy sell for some good cover art. I was immediately drawn to Grady Hendrix’s book My Best Friend’s Exorcism because the cover art is most excellent. Specifically, the paperback book’s cover art, which isn’t the same as the hardcover, is the one that is so incredible. So let’s pretend we live in a world where the paperback is the only one that exists. If you are not a person so easily swooned by cover art, I have good news, this book also contains humor, spookiness, best friends and demons!
Anya’s Ghost is the story of Anya. The teenaged daughter of a single mother, Anya’s family moved to the US from Russia just before she started school. Anya attends a private high school (the third worst in the state, according to her) where she tries her best to blend in with her all-American classmates.