2019 promises to be a year of diverse, compelling, and topical books across all genres. Since 2018 promised to be a disaster and then pretty much followed through, this seems a bit more optimistic.
It's a pretty typical belief that technology stands in the way of our collective ability to read a book or maintain a five-minute attention span (insert edgy comic art of headphones strangling teens here). In fact, technology has lead to groundbreaking developments in publishing.
It’s been 150 years since Little Women was published. Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel has been embraced by generations of readers since its release and it remains one of the most popular children’s classics.
Now, if you're at all like me, then you already know that Buffy the Vampire Slayer is one of the greatest series to ever grace modern television.
As you may already know, James Patterson has just released a new novel with a co-writer who's none other than former President of the United States, Bill Clinton.
Popular film and television actor Amber Tamblyn (The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Joan of Arcadia) will be releasing her debut novel this month.
Trying to choose which new releases to dive into in a world swimming with incredible books published weekly can sometimes feel overwhelming. But have no fear, there's no need to fret; I am here to save the day.
It's likely many of you have read Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God. I never had to read it for school, but I did read it on my own time several years ago and was totally engrossed in it.