When you’re away, these dogs raid your bookshelf.
Because not everything you were assigned to do a book report on sucked.
Let’s make 2015 the year of your career!
Which print ads influenced us the most this year? Persuasion expert, Jim Crimmins, offers his top ten picks!
In the break room, at the bar, even around the holiday table, there always seems to be that guy who wants to talk reading!
In a tree, in a church, no matter where you turn, there are books everywhere!
Falling in love with a new series is a long and emotional process, but worth it every time.
As an author, you’re insecure. Fragile even. And it’s difficult for you to cope with negative criticism. But in the words of Idina Menzel, let it go…
10/4 is National Vodka Today and, surprise surprise, there are plenty of authors who are celebrating!
We’ve scoured the internet for the inforgraphics with the topics most appealing to readers and writers!
Always read the book first, but that doesn’t mean the movie won’t be better.
When it comes to crime, corruption, and scandal, Chicago is never the second city.
Move aside Nancy Drew, we want these fearless females in our corner!
Looks like the US is not the only one fond of red tape…
Is anything original anymore? That beach read you breezed through or the YA book your niece gave you was probably based on one of the classics.
Let the un-friending and un-following begin!
Bet you didn’t know these writers also knew their way around a canvas.
Not just another teen movie, these films have deep literary roots.
TFIOS, Divergent, and The Hunger Games have all made it to the big screen, but so many novels are still awaiting adaptation. If the film execs need help casting, we have some ideas!
We recently read about the Syracuse school district’s plan to send home a backpack of 10 books with every school child (kindergarten to fifth grade) at the end of this year. This warms our book-loving hearts. Here is the 10 books we’d like to have included in our school backpack this summer. You can read the article here