When some people don't like a book, they complain to their friends. When others don't like a book, they actively set it on fire. Mostly what they do, however, is type out poorly-worded complaints about what they claim is a badly written excuse for a book.
Christmas time is here. The season of gift-giving and togetherness. This is the chance to give your favorite book lover something they can’t live without.
The holiday season is upon us, and with Thanksgiving comes the great big family family dinner. Now if you're cool with your family, you all get along, political and general ideals all align, then fantastic! That's something to be thankful for!
This Thanksgiving, we at Bookstr wanted to pay homage to the books that we are thankful for.
Nathaniel Lee, Editorial
DragonballZ (Manga) by Akira Toriyama
H.G. Wells is a big name in literature, especially when discussing science-fiction.
It seems like every week a number of different titles are being released or at least being rumored too, with the rumors either coming true shortly after they are put out, or changing into something else different entirely.
As time changes and profits are more valued than sacred family businesses, it seems like many beloved small businesses are forced to close down or relocate. Bookstores are a notable victim of this trend, but there are a select few that are too important for their community to lose.
Everyone knows the name Dracula because of this one author's eponymous novel about a vampire.
Throughout all of the world's combined literature, there are many monsters that lurk the pages and and stalk readers in various stories. Most of the time, these abhorrent creations are meant to signify very real terrors that live among us in reality.
Everyone knows that cats are the best part of Halloween, and that book lovers are partial to both felines and the celebration of All Hallows Eve. So we've put together a comprehensive list of amazing cats wearing literary Halloween costumes.