Authors Posts by Elizabeth Rowe

Elizabeth Rowe

Elizabeth Rowe
Elizabeth was an American Studies major at Georgetown University, and is currently getting her MFA in nonfiction writing at Columbia University. She spends entirely too much time and money at the Strand, where she once saw Daniel Radcliffe. Her current obsession is the My Struggle series by Karl Ove Knausgaard, and she thoroughly embarrassed herself when she met him shortly after the release of volume four (and she has the photos to prove it).


March is here, and that means it’s time for a book club meeting! If your group is unsure of what to read next, allow...

rereading books


Unsure what to read next? Maybe you’re feeling the pressure to check new releases off your TBR. But sometimes returning to an old favorite...

spring 2019’s must-read fiction


There’s nothing like diving into a novel while you wait for spring. Whether you’re excited about Helen Oyeyemi’s “Hansel and Gretel” retelling or plan...

spring 2019’s must-read mysteries and thrillers


Spring means warmer weather, daffodils, and… riveting new mysteries and thrillers to keep you up at night. At least that’s what we heard! This...

spring 2019’s must-read nonfiction


Spring is here, and as you thaw out from the long, cold winter, why not settle in with a new nonfiction book? This season,...

get your book club out of a rut


Book club meetings are fun, but sometimes they can start to feel a little bit stale. Maybe your club has been meeting for a...

Candice Fox


Are you hankering for a trip to Australia’s rainforests? If so, then you’re in luck. Candice Fox’s new novel Redemption Point will transport you...


Roses are red, violets are blue, we’ve got book club recommendations just for you! February is here and that means it’s time for another...

books to read after watching You


So, you finished watching You. You’re probably not sleeping too well, and odds are you’re spending a lot of time putting up curtains, changing...

what to read next


We’re now almost a month into 2019, and perhaps you’re not sure what to read next. We’re here to help. Take the quiz below...