"Say yes to someone who understands you will never tire of books, that they are an extension of you, and you carry the narratives in your heart."
A new bride lists the books she gave her bridal party, with their dedications.
Don't let Mercury retrograde take you by surprise. When the world turns upside down and becomes an even more unpredictable place, turn to bookish activities.
A round-up of literary references and bookish moments in Riverdale.
Sometimes what you need is an inexpensive hotel room that you don't leave for several days in a small town with a bookstore.
"I, a little speck in this world, read the way I do to tip scales, to enlarge slivers on pie charts, because every reader, every writer, every story—written and untold—matters."
On the inclusion of the work of Toni Morrison, Betty's literary hero, in Riverdale.
A literary trip through Honolulu, Hawaii
Everything to love about Jane Austen's PERSUASION.
You can survive: read some books for Mercury retrograde.
A reader muses on fond memories of her favorite local indie, now defunct bookstore, Schuler Books & Music in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A literary exploration of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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On time, Paris, and The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein.