All the Sinners Bleed is a powerful, gritty crime thriller, and so much more, tackling radical and religious tensions head on. With Cosby's exceptional writing I was instantly pulled into the world of Charon County, VA and that of the Titus Crown, the town's newly elected, and first Black, sheriff. While this was a bit darker that what I usually, it was well worth it!
Michele has been involved in bookselling and publishing since 1992 when she began working at Book King in Rutland. After several years in the publishing industry she was very happy to be able to return to a local independent bookstore and join the Phoenix Books family. As a child she always had a book in her hands and one or two more stashed in her backpack just in case the opportunity to read presented itself. Now a fan of mostly contemporary fiction and mysteries, she also has a love for cookbooks - and when not reading can be found cooking or baking for friends and family.
Sitting Pretty is an incredibly powerful book that tackles Rebekah’s experiences with ableism and addresses the lack of representation and inclusion, true inclusion, head on."We don't want to include disabled perspectives just because it's nice or fair to the "handicapped" people. We want to weave these stories in the collection, we want to consider disabled folks as worthy of their own, ordinary storylines, because without them. we are less robust, less flexible, and less equipped for the ride we're already on,So yes, representation is nothing short of everything."