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4 Ways to Make Your Summer Book Club Unforgettable

Get ready for part two of our series on starting your own book club! Book clubs are an amazing way to bond with your friends over the summer and take advantage of your free time by reading something fun! Here

Our Favorite Book Gift Ideas for 2018 Graduates

*cue pomp & circumstance* Finals are in full swing and that means graduation is right around the corner for the class of 2018! Whether you’re walking the stage this year or sitting in the stands this year, you’re sure to

5 Outfits Inspired by Book Covers

Read it and wear it! How many times have you been strolling the aisles of a bookstore only to stop in your tracks because you see a beautifully designed cover? You turn it over, and the description on the back

5 Book Suggestions Inspired by Valentine’s Day

*cue TSwift circa 2009* There are few holidays quite as divisive as Valentine’s Day. But whether you find yourself coupled up or flying solo this year, I firmly believe that it is a holiday to be enjoyed by all. I’m

4 Perfect Book Suggestions for the Person Who Has No Time to Read

Sometimes you need just a little something to escape into, if only for a few minutes. During the school year, reading for pleasure is often my last priority, if it even makes the list. However, this year one of my

Become the Cool Aunt/Cousin/etc. with These Book Recommendations for Tiny Humans

If you have small people to gift to, these are the books to buy. Do you wanna build an airplane? I have a confession: I love children’s books so much more than adult books. There’s just something so comforting about

How to Make Yourself an Adventure Book Like “Up” and Start Completing Your Own Adventures

Adventure is out there! Everyone’s seen “Up“, and everyone who’s seen up will tell you the adventure book is one of the key symbols of the movie. Although I can’t tell you how to attach enough balloons to your house

Book Review: The Little Paris Bookshop

The love story you NEED to read. In life, we all struggle with things that have hurt us in the past. Whether that’s not feeling enough, feeling trapped in a life you wish was different, or fearing the future, that’s

Book Review: Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald by Therese Anne Fowler

Delve deep into the fascinating life of this literary better half. We’ve all probably read the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald, or at least listened to our High School English teachers obsess over The Great Gatsby. Todays book, however, focuses

How I Read When Researching a Book

The Reading Writer As a writer I’m required to read lots of books, especially when ramping up a new project, as I am now. The picture above, for example, shows the books I’ve purchased only in the past two days. I’ve