My April reading stack includes these five books about bookshops.
Here are 11 books about women standing up for themselves or for each other and doing amazing things.
In 2020, I’m trying to read the books I already own. These books have been on my shelves for months, if not years.
Annual reading goals can inspire, but they can also cause stress. Here’s what I’ve learned over the last few years and how it has informed my goal-setting.
As more and more governments are cutting funding to libraries and their supports, I’ve been thinking about how my library usage has changed over the years. Libraries are about so much more than just lending books (although that is still and will always be an incredibly important part of what they do).
Epistolary books are all over the place, in every genre and for every age group.
The best way I’ve found for keeping my bookshelves tidy is to strike a balance between continual maintenance and occasional cleaning.
We all know the super famous superhero characters. But there are lots of other great superheroes to read about!
Here are a few great superhero (or villian!) focused books to try out – for kids, teens and adults.
Young Adult fiction today is telling some amazing diverse stories. And listening to them on audiobook is a great way to dive in and experience them. Here are some amazing YA audiobooks.
It is Banned Books Week. It is a week to celebrate books, reading, and the value of free and open access to books and information. Banning books doesn’t help. Here is why we should read those books that make us uncomfortable.