We all know the usual meet cutes: a handsome man catches stumbling girl, the billionaire boss is thrown together with the fiery employee, two strangers are snowbound together in the same cabin. But sometimes you come across a theme that’s entirely unexpected — and unexpectedly successful.
We’ve all experienced that moment: A book comes highly recommended to you, and you can’t wait to dive in. But after cracking it open, you just don’t see the appeal. Whether it’s the plot, the characters, or the writing style, you end up strongly disliking a book that everyone else seems to love.
Stephen King has been giving us the chills ever since we first read Carrie, his brilliant debut novel. Dozens upon dozens of books later, the bestselling author still knows how to make us squirm. Before you read Stephen King’s new book, Sleeping Beauties, here’s a look at our picks for the best Stephen King books of all time. Publishers’… Read More
Ever since Stephen King’s first tweet in 2013, we’ve been glued to his 140-character recommendations for movies, TV shows and, most importantly, books. When it comes to reading, it’s no surprise that the King of Horror has a taste for thrillers. And if he’s reading it, don’t you want to too?
As if you needed another excuse to read, these quotes about books will remind you why reading is so special. Cheers to great books!
As book lovers, we all have those friends who just don’t understand our obsession with reading. The frustrations can be endless, but remember, we’re all in this together!
Are books your therapy? Do you prioritize reading over sleep? If so, you’re a true book lover, and you can likely relate to these literary truths. Here are 17 things that only book lovers will understand.
Summer reading season is officially underway, and book lovers everywhere are on a mission to devour as many books as possible over these next few months. So what are bibliophiles reading right now?
This article is a guest post by J. Kenner, author of the new Stark International Trilogy including “On My Knees” and “Say My Name.”
Jurassic World hit theaters last week, stomping on all kinds of box office records. Nothing gets the heart pumping like watching man vs. dinosaur, except maybe for some equally thrilling novels.