Classic literature is great, but even I, an avid reader and stereotypical English major, sometimes wish these stories were a bit more contemporary. Fortunately, many modern authors have created their own stories that adapt the plots, characters, and/or spirit of the originals for a new century.
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.
Without any invitation, Monday's back! Luckily, so are we bringing you three books that can help get you through this week. Let’s get started.
1. Life Is Short and so Is This Book by Peter Atkins
Mother's Day is almost here, so what better way to show the mothers in your life how much you appreciate their selflessness, love, and care than with adorable book-themed gifts and a must-read novel?
Here are some easy, breezy gift ideas for the mothers of the world:
A friend recently asked me what my go-to genre of book is and I drew a complete and total blank.
There are so many wonderful books in the world and with more published every week it can be hard to know where to start, especially on Mondays when everything is ten times harder than it usually is. So let us do the work for you. Here are the three books you need to be reading this week.
While October 3rd isn't upon us quite yet, it's never too early to show love for Mean Girls. I don't know about you, but as a 90s baby (who grew up in the 2000's and 2010's), Mean Girls was a staple of my teenagehood.
Though you may read anywhere between one and 200 books this year, only a few will really stay with you. Very rarely do you read a book that shifts the bedrock of your mind. We start building our outlook on life when we’re very young.
If you've been living under a rock for a while, or just been sleeping on podcasts, then you might have missed out on the best thing of all time: My Dad Wrote a Porno.