Save this list for when you don't know what to read next!
We have Great Expectations for you.
Let's travel back in time.
It's time to put your high school English classes to good use.
Here's what you should read (or reread) next.
Does watching the movie count?
"War and Peace" = "Pretend You Have Read This Book To Impress Your Friends."
You definitely can't read these aloud without getting choked up.
The best way to spend the day.
::adds these (and a value pack of Kleenex) to my Amazon cart::
Let your favorite stories get under your skin. (Literally.)
Good luck. You'll need it.
"I made an autocorrect shortcut on my mom's phone to replace dirty laundry with the text of Ulysses."
"To Sue a Mocking Word. #TrumpANovel."
First things first!
Prove yourself, old sport.
The Great Gatsby should really be retitled Drink Responsibly. From comedian Dan Wilbur's Better Book Titles.
"One word: Magical.”
Don't judge a book by its dusty cover.
Let's put your English Lit skills to the test.
Once upon a time...
Don't judge an emoji by its cover.
It's harder than you think.
Sure, most of these authors are no longer alive, but it's OK to dream. Inspired by the Harper Lee news.
Reviewers take on the so-called "Greatest Books" in history.
In On Writing by Stephen King, he lists 96 recommended reads. Then in the 10th Anniversary Edition, he lists 82 more. So, how many have you read?
Story time! Story time!
And if you didn't, read them now!
The Count of Monte Cristo was the original Heisenberg.
The beautifully written letter reveals just how much of himself is in the book.
These totally make me wish I knew how to read. :(
“Common Sense, The Rights of Man and Other Essential Writings of Thomas Paine (Signet Classics)” is surging on Amazon. Its Amazon rank jumped from 55 to 25. Anyone know why Thomas Paine is having a resurgence??