Sure, you could go and see a movie this weekend. You could sit in a dark room eating stale popcorn for two hours. You could do that. The question is, why would you want to?
This article is a guest post by Vanessa Tait, author of The Looking Glass House and the great-granddaughter of Alice Liddell, the little girl who inspired Alice’s Adventure’s in Wonderland.
With the Fourth just a few days away, we’re in the mood for some revolutionary romance.
This is the moment To Kill a Mockingbird fans have been waiting for: Harper Lee’s new novel, Go Set a Watchman is set to hit shelves next week!
The Fourth of July is quickly approaching, and we’re itching to close our laptops and open our books. No matter where you spend the holiday weekend — at the beach, in a cabin, or on a boat — we’ve got just the book for you.
As every book lover knows, sometimes reading can get in the way of… well, everything else!
If “the British are coming!” is all you remember from American history class, you might need a refresher.
Published more than 200 years ago, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice continues to win the hearts of many readers today. One of the reasons why the novel is so loved is the story’s hero: Fitzwilliam Darcy.
Looking for a summer book that you can’t put down? We found seven page-turning mysteries and thrillers set in the summer — all ideal additions to your reading list. Check out these addicting summer books and their with the publishers’ descriptions below.
Not everyone shares our love for books, making some conversations very unpleasant.