Natalie Meyer

Natalie Meyer quit her psychologist job to travel the world with her husband and a Kindle loaded with books. In her spare time, she can be found taking photos, reading, and writing about her , travel adventures.

Cool Bookish Places: Books & Brews

Last week, I went on a road trip to Chicago. Well, I should say that I tried to go on ...

When Trilogies Should Be One Long Book

It’s Tournament of Books time! Every year, the Morning News puts together a little March Madness bracket that pits some of ...

Why Geocaching Is The Perfect Sport for Readers

While we at the Riot take some time off to rest and catch up on our reading, we’re re-running some of ...

Going To the Dogs: On Kids Reading To Canines

I have seen a lot of programs at our local libraries recently in which children read to therapy dogs.  Basically, ...

When Books Just…End

I’m sure everyone is doing what I’m doing right now: catching up on all of those Best of 2014 lists that ...

Watch This, Read That: A TasteKid Trial Run

If you are a reader, I’m sure you have books that you would love to see on the big screen. ...

I’d Rather Be Reading Than Doing These Boring Things

I try to be mindful whenever I can. I enjoy the small things, I try to look for the good, ...

4 Books Set in the Afterlife

For a lot of us in the United States and Canada, October is a time when we start thinking about ...

Why Geocaching Is The Perfect Sport for Readers

Geocaching is a real-world treasure hunt. When this was written, there were over 2.5 million geocaches (or “caches”) and 6 ...

The Shambling Guide to New York City, But For Columbus, Ohio

I just finished reading The Shambling Guide to New York City by Mur Lafferty. In it, Zoe moves back to ...

Two Books About Becoming An Adult

I’m unclear whether I count as an adult. On the one hand, I am legally an adult, a doctor, and ...

Dog Days: More Books Featuring our Furry Friends

When I was a kid, all I wanted was a dog. My desire was so great that my friend and ...

Go to Sleep: Books About Insomnia

I have always been a poor sleeper and, according the CDC, I’m not alone with my sleep problems. It was ...

Book Rating Categories That Should Exist (Because Star Ratings Can Be Useless)

I try to keep track of the books I read so that I don’t accidentally pick it up again thinking ...

Reader in a Strange Land: Travel Advice from Fiction

Regina Nadelson said that the best parts of traveling are “the anticipation” and “the remembering” while actual travel has “more ...

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