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In defense of young people writing memoirs.
Why each new book in a series should have a "previously" section.
One Rioter on working to overcome adaptation snobbery.
A reader has an internal debate about the value of book prizes like the Man Booker.
How and why HIGH RISE succeeds as an adaptation.
Does fiction set in the '90s count as historical? If not, where's the cut-off?
We're skipping the "Happily Married Challenge" meme in exchange for the "Happily Bookish Challenge."
What books should be adapted next? Ideas from a Riot-er
What can you tell about a person based on their book club picks?
Sometimes, your life isn't structured for unputdownable books. This is a post about the kind of books that fit your life when nothing else does.
The benefits of story time for kids, parents, and libraries.
One reader's wishlist for a site that operates like a Rotten Tomatoes for books.
A recent study claims that readers of literary fiction are more empathetic than readers of genre fiction are. This lit fic fan is skeptical.
Do late to series add-ons really enrich the series, or do they take away from the reader's ability to imagine an "ever after"?
Writing about characters of other color doesn't have to be an impossible feat. Empathy, patience, and research can prevent racist tropes.