Rioter Dana is a comics newbie, but she wants to learn more, read more, and even learn to draw them herself. So what did she do? She made a comics syllabus.
Rioter Dana is a military spouse, which means she moves a LOT. And with every move, she finds herself new in town, new at the library, and searching for that homey feeling we all want among stacks of books.
Dana was trying and trying and trying to get pregnant, and her one escape - books - just made things worse. So she shook out of her rut, found new genres, and new stories to help her through the process.
A Ms. Marvel movie is "definitely sort of in the works." We'll take it!
A floppity jillion Brené Brown quotes to bolster your courage, teach you about vulnerability, and help you get into the arena.
No matter what the book being recommended, I just can't listen to audiobooks. I really tried. And to prove it, here's a brief history of me being read to.
Sherman Alexie's publisher has postponed the paperback publication of You Don't Have to Say You Love Me in light of accusations of sexual misconduct.
Michelle Obama's memoir BECOMING will come out November 13th.
One Rioter's journey to finally reading Harry Potter after years of her friends pressuring her to do so, and what happened when she finally did read it.
Winter is sticking around a bit longer, but these six fiction releases, with their floral covers, have us dreaming about warmer weather and summer reading.
Oprah announces her latest book club pick: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones
Rioter Dana runs down the great bookish episodes from the Sporkful podcast, and lines up a few more archived episode to check out.
What do these literary ladies have in common? Dana and her fellow Rioters are leaving these them off the invite list to the cookie swap!
As every year draws to a close, Rioter Dana grapples with all the books she didn't read.
Why it's a good idea to purge unwanted books from your shelves before new books come in for the holidays (and what to do with them).