Regardless of whether you’ll be basking in flowers and candy or burning love letters from your exes come next Tuesday night, we’re here for you—with books in tow. We’re firm believers that books are both a cause and conduit for celebration, and that reading can cure any ill. Who said your one true love can’t be books? (We’re allowed to be cheesy—it’s almost Valentine’s Day...)
FOR THE LOVERS:
Evangeline by Ben Farmer
The Relationship Dictionary by Mattias Goransson
Teaser: The Chips Munching Phase: That period when the niceties are dropped and your loved one reveals all his or her nasty habits.
No Angel by Penny Vincenzi
FOR THE HATERS:
It’s Not You It’s Me: The Poetry of Breakup edited by Jerry Williams
Going through a breakup? Think that no one can quite understand the exquisite sort of pain you’re experiencing? Think again; we’ve all been there. And in this eclectic volume of poetry, you’ll hear from 38 fellow broken-hearted souls who have loved and lost—and survived. Therapeutic and transformative, edgy yet sincere, enlightening and wide-ranging, Its Not You, Its Me explores heartbreak of every variety and what it takes to move on.
Pyscho by Robert Bloch
Between the Sheets by Lesley McDowell