If there is a motto for the current situation it must be, "We are living in uncertain times." Here are eleven literary quotes for the COVID-19 pandemic.
One reader on struggling to connect with the themes of biological identity and family in INHERITANCE.
If you're a "read-the-book-first" person, here is a list of 15 TV series and movies based on books that are new to Netflix in January and February of 2020.
One book at a time, this reader plans to catch up on their backlist in 2020.
There are few situations in life where books can’t offer some solace. Here are five nonfiction books about pandemics to help you understand coronavirus.
I will likely skip the bibliography or the note about the font. Sometimes I will even ignore the author’s biography. But I always read the acknowledgements.
Why one English teacher hates the classics -- and why that's not a bad thing.
On how one reader's reading life shifted during pregnancy.
As an American living in Hong Kong, I am interested in stories about the expat experience. These are 5 of my favorite books about expat life.
Did you know that there are benefits to reading to your baby while still in utero? Here are some books that are perfect for their developing senses.
I love BookTube, but I’ve been frustrated by what feels like an overabundance channels for YA literature. Here are 7 Booktubers who talk about adult books.
Maybe it’s just me, but lately I’ve felt let down by some of my favorite authors. What do you do when your favorite authors let you down?
One of my favorite guilty-pleasure genres is what I like to call “Rich People Problems Books.” Here are 5 satisfying books about rich people problems.
Books are like time travel machines for me. They transport me back to when I first read them. I often find myself remembering my life through books.