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.
I don’t know what your specific English teacher or professor assigned you to read when covering Victorian era literature, but chances are you read Jane Eyre. You almost definitely read Pride and Prejudice or Wuthering Heights or Sense and Sensibility.
Some of the best fantasy writers out there are writing for the teenage crowd, and that’s great news both for readers and moviegoers.
Look, it’s been a rough year for everybody and I know not all of you bookworms will be spending Valentine’s Day with a special someone. Because there is no special someone for you. You’re alone. Might as well own up to it.
John Green, YA author extraordinaire, and prolific vlogger since he and his brother Hank Green (who also has a YA novel coming out) began their project Brotherhood 2.0 all the way back in the dark ages of 2007. He has, throughout this project and beyond (they still exchange weekly videos), r
We know you’re always looking for new music. Instead of listening to your local public radio station to find out what the cool college kids are listening to (Hint: it’s probably Migos), let your favorite authors give you some recommendations.
Haruki Murakami’s body of work is definitely eclectic. The characters are young, old, men, women, small, tall, etc. The settings range from Japan’s coastal villages to the bustling streets of Tokyo to the serene hills near Kyoto. Some may be tinged with the surreal while others bask in it.
Not that there’s anything wrong with Rupi Kaur. She's sold hundreds of millions of copies of her book. You can't argue with those numbers. She's the most popular poet around.