Sophia LeFevre

Michigander turned Indianapolis transplant, Sophie spends her days as a marketer and front-end engineer for a venture studio. When she isn’t reading or helping startups grow their online presence, you can find her exploring national parks or watching the Food Network. She blogs about her reading life at www.mainandmaple.com. Follow her on Instagram @_sophiereads.

5 Hacks for Becoming a Morning Reader

Waking up, having a cuppa, and reading a book in the morning? What witchcraft is this? We've got the morning reader hacks you're looking for.

Therapy in a Box: Meet Capsule Books

We sat down for a chat with Natasha Lioe, the founder of Capsule Books, to talk about the service and the importance of feeling in literature.

8 Of The Best Data Science Books for Learning The Science Of Data

Being able to look at a set of data and extrapolate meaning is a skill that is rapidly growing in demand that data science books can help you with. 

6 Books Written by Women Working in Tech

We need more women in tech, so when women in the field write about it, it's important to pay attention. Get insight from these books by women in tech.

50 Must-Read Books Recommended by Roxane Gay

As prolific in reading as she is in writing, we've rounded up 50 must-read books recommended by Roxane Gay. Check out what she has to say about these reads.

50 Must-Read First-Person Books From the Last 20 Years

The best first person books that will pick you up and drop you off in someone else’s brain for a bit. I hope you enjoy the (point of) view.

8 Of The Best Pens for Bullet Journaling For Your Scribbles

8 Memoirs About Mental Illness Written by People of Color

People of color are grossly underrepresented in discussions around mental illness but these memoirs about mental illness are contributing to the dialogue.

Hype Women: An Interview With the Nonfiction Women Book Club

We took some time to chat with the Nonfiction Women Book Club to learn more about the club and to discuss the current state of nonfiction.

So It Grows: Kurt Vonnegut Museum Looks for Support in Relocation Effort

The Kurt Vonnegut Museum & Library needs to raise $1.5 million by May 15, allowing them to fund a relocation and begin renovations.

Learn Writing from Your Favorite Authors

From Roxane Gay to Hanif Abdurraqib, from writing essays to developing writing habits, take one of these online writing courses taught by authors.

10 Books About the Arctic

For readers who can't make it to the Far North (or who like being warm and just want to live vicariously through authors' lives!)

16 Nonfiction Books for Fiction Lovers

We've rounded up some of the best nonfiction books for fiction lovers--books that read like fiction, or that tell a story wild enough to feel made up.

3 Bookish Wallpapers For Your Phone

6 Of The Best Books On Creativity To Inspire Your Art