Most of us want to read more, and there are as many reasons why as there are books to read. Maybe our jobs or other obligations infringe upon our already limited time.
Surely we've all gone to see a profoundly boring film with bleak comments about the nature of being, interspersed with eclectic yet disjointed scenes and the occasional shaky-cam. If the point of the movie was to reiterate the pointlessness of existence, we think upon leaving, it certainly achiev
I'm going to start this off by saying that Khloe Kardashian does not deserve all the shit that's been happening to her. Say what you want about the family, but Khloe has always been my favorite. She's the HBIC. She's the realest, most likable "character" on the show.
Goodreads is the bookworm's paradise, allowing you to keep track of what you're reading, compile your bookshelf, rate, review and compartmentalize the books you have already read because Lord knows, the bookworm loves to organize.
The 2017 Goodreads Choice Awards have been announced. What’s notable about these recognitions is they’re 100% user selected. There aren’t really any tastemakers out there deliberating in private rooms which book is the best book. It’s just up to, essentially, what readers thought.
For the last few years, if an author wanted to promote their new novel, they could easily set up a giveaway contest on Goodreads, a social media site for book lovers (you've probably heard of Goodreads if you're on Bookstr, but gotta serve up all that pertinent info).
There are people who like Harry Potter, there are people who love Harry Potter, and then there are people who buy Harry Potter underwear.