We've all heard of the tale of King Arthur and how he was gifted a magical sword from the lady in the lake.
Finally, after a long wait, we are able to declare the winner of the Man Booker award for this year.
How many books did you own as a child? If your answer is not a lot at all, then chances are you missed out a lot as a kid.
Monday always seems to come around too quickly, doesn't it? Thankfully, that means we are back, too, and we're bringing with us three great books for you to read this week. If you're unsure about what book to pick up next, hopefully, this list will help you choose!
The power of literacy comes at little cost, but sometimes we read too much. However, although we may read things that scare us often enough, to be disturbed by something is a very different feeling entirely.
So, between one thing and another, last week's holiday weekend went without a Twitter roundup, and we know you were all terribly bereft and let down. For that we apologize, and humbly offer you this weeks round up, in the hopes that tears of mirth will replace your tears of betrayal. Lol!
J.K. Rowling is known to adore all forms of creativity among her fans and all people, and the famed fiction writer has just announced her newest inspiration: a 350-year-old notebook that belonged to a teenager in the rural area of Biddenden, in the English county of Kent.
For centuries, we have believed in supernatural deities and afflictions caused by malevolent spirits. But these dark beliefs have proven to be more than simple evil; they serve as plot devices in their own ancient histories and sources.
Fangoria has remained a crucial piece of horror pop culture ever since its inception in 1979. Writers, actors, artists, and filmmakers all used the publication to both inspire and utilize in pursuing their own projects.