Books to Add To Your Reading List This January

Our book selection this month allows you a glimpse inside some of pop culture’s greatest, from hit series “Schitt’s Creek” to popular podcast “Talking Sopranos”.

Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: The Story of Schitt’s Creek


This gorgeously produced, keepsake coffee-table book is the culmination of everything that is great about the series that is “Schitt’s Creek.” This is a celebration, you may say, of all six seasons of what is now considered to be one of the most groundbreaking television series of the last decade as a gift to fans the world over.

Besides covering profiles of the cast as well as supporting characters populating the town where “Schitt’s Creek” is set, the book also goes into all of the show’s major moments. With everything from Moira’s endorsement of Ertlinger Winery to Patrick and David’s first kiss, to the Rose family’s Christmas episode being covered, this book celebrates the highlights of this amazing television series.

Finally, “Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: The Story of Schitt’s Creek” also includes special features like the complete illustrated catalog of David Knits and Moira’s wigs, Moira’s vocabulary, Alexis’s adventures, as well as behind-the-scenes moments between Dan and Eugene Levy as well as the rest of the cast. It’s truly a book that you simply can’t miss.

Fear No Evil – James Patterson


James Patterson’s “Fear No Evil” is a classic thriller. Following the characters of Dr. Alex Cross and Detective John Sampson, the story takes readers to the rugged wilderness of Montana where the two men find themselves attacked by two teams of rival assassins. In this story, there is no backup, no way out, as both men are forced to fear no evil.

The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music – Dave Grohl


Covering everything from how he hit the road with Scream at 18 to his time with Nirvana and then the Foo Fighters,“The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music” is the brainchild of music legend Dave Grohl himself. The book covers everything from epic nights rocking out on stage for millions of people to the nights he spent with his daughters.

Woke Up This Morning: The Defenitive Oral History of The Sopranos – Michael Imperioli and Steve Schrirripa


“Woke Up This Morning: The Defenitive Oral History of The Sopranos” is inspired by the popular “Talking Sopranos” podcast, where stars Michael Imperioli and Steve Schrirripa reveal all of the show’s secrets.The book also expands on the podcast with exclusive interviews with the cast, crew and of course, David Chase himself.

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