Everybody’s Irish

Honestly we’d make an Irish person sit and read their grocery list aloud, if we could. That accent…*chef’s kiss*. A country chalk full of warmth and whiskey, what’s not to love? We know this year that COVID will put a damper on the grand American tradition of green beer at …

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Environmental Reads

We think breathing air is a pretty enjoyable activity. See also: drinking water and seasons (especially fall, we’re basic, we make no apologies, PSLs are king). Anyway, turns out a healthy planet is vital to all of the above. Your non-green ways will rob us of artisanal autumnal apple cider …

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Author Spotlight: Catherine Ryan Howard

Let’s be honest, Sherlock Holmes was a problematic mansplainer. Fueled by ego (and apparently lots of cocaine, as was fashionable at the time), he was often straight up rude. Using our psych degree obtained through midnight WebMD visits, we’d venture a guess he dabbles with some narcissistic personality disorder, tempered …

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Joe Pickett Series

Finally, books for readers who like mysteries, leather and cold cheap beer. This series follows the adventures of Joe Pickett and his work as a game warden in rural Wyoming. We get a glimpse of a man working a thankless job he loves, while he balances marriage and fatherhood. He’s …

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Spring Into Feel Good Reads

You guys, we made it! Bees are buzzing, fawns are prancing around with their aggressive cuteness, and we no longer rue our existence in this cold frost covered world, or the constant cold corpse feet it forces upon us. The sun shines brightly and that means it’s time to walk …

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Best Selling Authors Under 25

We can picture it now; sitting in the student center watching a new day dawn, as our hands shake fueled by 13 Red Bulls, Twizzlers, and an ever-encroaching deadline. But we did. We really did it. A 13 page thesis on Hamlet, and not a minute too soon. As we …

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