Happy 63rd birthday to J.D. Salinger’s classic novel.
Get ready for some Illuminations*~*~ In honor of his 122nd birthday today!
Let’s start at the beginning.
You know you’ve always wondered what Dumbledore’s office smells like.
The Count of Monte Cristo was the original Heisenberg.
Extra points if it’s Where the Wild Things Are.
Erika Johansen, author of The Queen of the Tearling, wants female protagonists of all shapes and sizes.
“Because the only people for me are the mad ones.” Via Paul Rogers.
You haven’t read that, bro, so don’t put it in your dating profile.
For the National Literary Trust’s “Books about Town” project. Bookish-bums have never had it so good.
The Independent Bookshop is an endangered species in the UK. Here are some of London’s finest.
Does the Mirror of Erised show you getting a perfect score on this quiz?
An excerpt from The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henríquez, a fantastic new novel about love and friendship in a multicultural immigrant community.
Twelve writers talk about the stories that sparked their lifelong love affair with books.
The Hunger Games is cool and imma let you finish, but…
Required reading for women ready to love women.
From Animal Farm to Slaughterhouse-Five.
To you. For reading this post.
What was your favorite novel on that long summer list?
Dispatches from Butter Books, the most wholesome literary blog on earth.
It’s expensive, time consuming, and risky… so is it right for you?
Quotes from The Hunger Games dominate the Top 50. Here is the best of the rest.
Westeros + childhood = a Stark contrast.
For Sale: Book shoes, never worn.
Four debut novelists on elevator pitches, getting an agent, and writing your first book.
Because your favorite authors sound so sexy on the mic.
“Sleep is good, he said. And books are better.” ― George R.R. Martin
Is a bookworm wrecking your love life?