Seven fiction books centered around winter sports to help fill the Winter Olympic-sized hole in your life!
Are you excited about the Winter Olympics? Do you think you might want to know more? Here is a list of books to read if you're psyched to watch the Winter Olympics and want to understand them better.
What is Magical Realism? It can be hard to pin down. Ultimately we have the authors of Latin America to thank for this, quite literally, fantastic genre. Magical Realism has come to encompass surealism and fabulism and helps us to reconsider the realities we've become too embroiled in to think about questioning.
Everybody reads at different paces, but if you need a little help slowing down every once in while here are 5 tricks that have helped one Rioter.
How to sneak in some reading time during the holiday season.
"The characters become vessels for my feelings who test out all the possible paths for me."
Want to explore a new city? Skip the city's info booth and head to the independent bookstores.
On the problem that is habitually reading fast and skimming, and the benefits of slowing down to fully take in the words, setting, and story.
On the power of books, stories, and #metoo.
From the New Beginnings Book Lover to the Bookish Soulmate, here are 7 of the many bookish people you might encounter on college campuses.
A reader is both underwhelmed and overwhelmed by Powell's and popular book destinations because even extroverts need personal space to enjoy an experience.
A how to on packing for a bookish backpacking trip because nobody is interested in being stranded without reading material.
Just because a friend doesn't enjoy reading, doesn't mean they aren't worthwhile.
Hermione Granger, erm, Emma Watson the Book Fairy is at it again--hiding copies of THE HANDMAID'S TALE around Paris.
The secret to maintaining a friendship is...books!