If you are like me, it is easy to get stuck after finishing a good book. No matter what you do, you just can’t force yourself to pick up a new book when you are still in the mindset of the book or series you just ended. Well, to at least make the decision if […]
Whether you read a book a week or you only read when you have to write a English paper, everyone has moments when they struggle with actually wanting to read. Call it reader’s block if you will. I know I’ve struggled with it myself, so I decided to write about five hacks to help you […]
For fans of YA and fantasy novels, this series might be the one for you to check out next. Written by Sarah J. Maas, the same mastermind behind the Throne of Glass series, A Court of Thorns and Roses is a great, fun, easy fantasy read. I flew through the first book in two days […]
I realize the title of this post might turn a few people off from reading it, but I wanted to write about five series that are great for any child, and even some adults. These are the books I read when I was a child and I believe a lot of them are responsible for […]
Anthony Doerr’s “All the Light We Cannot See” is amazing. You might have already guessed that from the little sticker on the cover that says “Winner of the Pulitzer Prize,” but I can truly tell you that this is a book everyone should read. Not only are the characters Doerr creates beautiful and wholesome, but […]
Generally movies fall into categories: either they are based on books, or they are original screenplays. Most of the time, if a movie is based on a book, we know it. Everyone was excited to see the first Harry Potter movie because the books were so good. The Twilight books created such a buzz that […]
We often like to find ourselves in our favorite protagonists. Discover which beloved hero you are in this quiz.
Hey, all! With another summer weekend upon us, I thought I’d make a handy list for great weekend reads. Whether you’ll be travelling, spending time on a beach, or enjoying a relaxing day at home, finding the perfect weekend-long book to read can be a tough choice. I took it upon myself to help narrow […]
Daniel Keyes’ profound and moving work is one that a lot of people have to read sometime in school. Unfortunately, my school never assigned it. Instead one of my friends recommended I read it, and I couldn’t be more happy that I did. “Flowers for Algernon” is a book you can’t put down, and one […]
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