Friday, February 26, 2021
Friday, February 12, 2021
Learn More About Homeownership With These Books
If you love to read, you likely have a favorite genre that you rarely stray from. And who can blame you! The feeling of spending your hard earned money on a book you don’t end up enjoying can be disappointing, especially if you were really in the mood for an engrossing read. But by not branching out in the types of books that you read, you miss out on learning about new topics and trying out new authors.
One of the lesser-known genres bookworms should definitely try out is the home improvement genre. And there are a lot of subcategories within this topic, anything from gardening to decorating, meaning you’re sure to find something you love.
First, consider what new hobby to want to learn more about. If you are planning to redecorate your living room or you want to start a garden, there are plenty of books on these topics to educate and inspire. Not sure what you want to learn more about? The team at Hippo has put together a great list below of popular hobby books for homeowners, check it out and find your next adventure!
A renowned scientist is sipping his drink in a five star suite when he drops dead. Was it a cardiac arrest or a well-planned murder?
When a neuroscientist is found dead a few days later, Inspector Abinay Chaturvedi is perplexed at the common evidence found at both the crime scenes – a carved arrow with a mysterious engraving.
As Abinay and his trusted man Lance set out to unravel the mystery, a young and charismatic historian hints at the possible hand of a two-thousand-year-old secret society in the killings.
Is there really a secret society working to safeguard dharma? Is Abinay ready to unravel the centuries-old secret? Will Abinay and his team reach the bottom of the mystery of the carved arrow?
Faceless: The Mystery of the Carved Arrow is an intriguing journey of an honest policeman trying to find the truth, and the nail-biting after effects of man’s challenging nature with science.
Monday, February 08, 2021
After landing her dream job as head volleyball coach at Ohio State University, Lauren Chase’s career has become a nightmare. Her only hope of saving her job is to recruit a star player to her team. Too bad the player’s twin has signed a football scholarship for OSU’s chief rival, Michigan. And too bad Michigan coach, Jeremy Trent, sends sparks through Lauren every time they cross paths. But no way will she pursue an attraction to a man who represents the university she hates.
Jeremy detests his boss, and he hopes that signing the nation’s #1 recruit is the ticket he needs to become a head coach himself one day. Lauren Chase is already a head coach, and Jeremy has to admit that she intrigues the hell out of him. He wants to know why her performance has tanked after winning a national championship. He wants to see beneath Lauren’s fast pace and dirty mouth. But he can’t get with a Buckeye, right?
Maybe rivals don’t have to remain enemies. Maybe they can learn to appreciate their opponent’s strengths. And, if they’re lucky—if they excel at the game—maybe rivals can bring out the very best in each other.
Jen fell in love with sports at a young age and competed in swimming and volleyball in college. She went on to become the Honda Award Winner for Division III Athlete of the Year. She still gets high from the smell of chlorine and the satisfaction of smashing a beautiful volleyball set.
Jen’s latest novel is Rivals, a romance between coaches from rival universities. Her Blocked trilogy also explores the transformation from hate to love. Particularly in this time of division, Jen’s favorite theme is finding common ground.
A romantic suspense trilogy (The Conduct Series) and a psychological thriller (Twin Sacrifice) complete Jen’s collection of stories. She calls Ohio home and shares writing space with her two trusted feline collaborators: Tuxedo and Tessa.
Whether writing or reading, Jen loves stories that make her laugh and cry. In her spare time, she likes to exercise and visit her amazing sisters in Chicago and Hilton Head.
A Christian boy in Pakistan is accused of blasphemy―a crime punishable by death.
Haunted by a tragic past, a young lawyer named Sikander Ghaznavi returns to Pakistan after many years abroad, and takes on the defence of the boy.
He reaches out to the sharpest human rights lawyer he knows―the woman he has loved for years, but now another man’s wife.
As they deal with their unresolved feelings, the lawyers confront a corrupt system, a town turned against them, and a prophecy that predicts their death.
Will they save the boy? Or will the city of Quetta, its prejudice inflamed by religious
extremists, consume them and deliver them to a deadly fate?