So back in January I set 100 goals for myself for the year, ranging from see very Oscar Best Picture nominee to take a hike to eat a kumquat
What are the hidden messages in your favorite children’s books? What did CS Lewis really want to convey about Christianity in his Narnia books? How did Charlotte’s Web change the way kid talk about death?
April is over, and it’s time to look back on how much I read before I dive into my May TBR pile
After what felt like a million years of waiting, I finally got to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway
Writing can be a man’s world…at least some of it can be, which is why, even in 2018, there are female writers who chose to obscure their identity or take on a male pseudonym
These bookish mugs are must-haves for readers who drink coffee constantly and are all less than $20 to buy today.
If you’re looking for a book you can read in one sitting (Read Harder, I’m looking at you) or just a smaller book you won’t spend all week reading, check out these books that all clock in under 250 pages!
Recently watched, top picks, comedies, drama, animation, and more.
Eliza’s kind of a big deal online, as in web-comic famous, but no one knows who she really is. Until she mets Wallace: a real-life friend, and maybe more, who doesn’t yet know how that the creator of the web comic he writes fanfiction for is sitting right next to him at the lunch table
On my quest to complete the Pop Sugar reading challenge in 2017, I’ve been compiling these posts that are meant to help you and me fill out the prompts presented to us. Today, I’m tackling books with animals in the title
Check out these books that clock in at over 500 pages and will keep you occupied for quite some time.
One of the Pop Sugar challenges this year that might throw you for a loop on first glance is a “book that is also on stage.” But don’t let the wording deter you. So many of the best plays/musicals of the past few decades are based on beloved books