Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl gets all the attention, but her two other novels, Dark Places and Sharp Objects are just as dark, twisty, and amazing. The film adaptation of Dark Places opens this week, and it will definitely have you craving Flynn’s writing style more than ever.
Reading during your childhood and young adult years is one of the best parts of growing up. It made you a life-long reader, and you’ll remember those books forever!
Fresh off its fifth season on HBO, the Game of Thrones series has thrilled fans that thrive on the ruthless leadership, unforgettable characters, and attention to detail that brings the books to life.
It’s no surprise that readers love libraries — after all, they’re hubs of books, book lovers, and often extremely comfortable armchairs. We’re delighted when they pop up in some of our favorite novels, especially as they’re lovingly detailed and always filled with so many books that it’s impossible to read all of them.
Let’s face it: we don’t appreciate our sisters every day of the year. We probably spend some of the year quibbling, stealing each other’s clothes, and tattling on each other.
As you’re reading this, you probably have a furry friend curled up at your feet. Maybe they’re jumping up on your lap, begging for the attention you’re currently directing elsewhere. Dogs are so much more than just pets — every true dog-lover knows that.
Flyers went up around Brooklyn recently, but instead of alerting passersby to a lost pet, it was something equally agonizing for book lovers: a husband had accidentally given away his wife’s copy of Judy Blume’s classic, Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, reports New York Magazine.
One of the most beloved books of all time is coming to a TV screen near you. The CW is in talks to develop an entirely modern adaptation of everyone’s favorite sisters: Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women!
There are eight books in the Outlander series so far, which is enough to keep even the most voracious reader busy for a while. But what to do after you have finished Written in My Own Heart’s Blood and seen every episode of the Outlander TV show by Starz?
Today is J.K. Rowling’s 50th birthday, and Harry Potter’s 35th. Thank you for all the entertainment you’ve given us — we wish you both many happy returns!