Each Friday, come back here for a look at one book to film adaptation
But before Little Women hits theatres this December, you need to read these five books.
After a whirlwind couple months in publishing I feel like December is going to crawl
Soooo many books I want to read, including new releases from Ruth Ware and Rainbow Rowell.
There are a ton of Little Women related books coming out this year, what with it being the 150th anniversary of publication and everything
One of the challenges for the 2019 PopSugar Reading Challenge is to read a book with a two word title.
I created this blog with the sole purpose of reviewing what I read so I’ll remember it and can help others decide where to best spend their reading time, but I’m not perfect.
September was a weird reading month for me. It’s beginning the season of “OMG every book I want to read is coming out at the same time” but I’m also working a full time job, in four grad school classes, and writing on the side, so I didn’t have as much time for reading as I wanted
I was first introduced to novelist and literary critic Francine Prose through her essay collection Reading Like a Writer, so I was intrigued when I found out she had a new collection coming out,
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?
These bookish mugs are must-haves for readers who drink coffee constantly and are all less than $20 to buy today.
Reading about war can be difficult, but it can also be illuminating, which is why I included a book about an American war as one of the prompts for this year’s FFL reading challenge