I read The Hours to prepare myself in case there was like…a quiz or something on the first day of class
Each Friday, come back here for a look at one book to film adaptation
OK, time to admit my bias. I love Michael Cunningham
Narrators can make or break an audiobook.
Sometimes you want the best bang for your buck and want a long audiobook, but sometimes you want something short and sweet and to the point. These are the audiobooks for you
In honor of Back to School time and the fact that I’m low on ideas right now, here’s a list of books by professors I had during my undergraduate career at Yale.
Few things sell me on a book faster than finding out it has multiple POVs.
I’ve decided to be really intentional about my reading in July because I’m planning to start grad school and move and start working full time in August if not sooner and I really should be on top of my crap by then.
Around 3PM EST on April 16th, it was announced that Less, a novel by Andrew Sean Greer, was the 2018 Recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction.
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!
As we search for more diversity in books, more people are seeking out books with an LGTBQ+ protagonist, however that manifests.
I decided to make a list of 100 things I’m going to do in 2018, everything from read 52 books to watch every Star Wars movie to donate blood to learn to tie a bowtie, and I’m really excited to complete them all. However, I noticed that A LOT of my goals were book related, so I wanted to share the all with you