If you’re looking for a bookish gig to fill some hours or supplement your income, get started with this list of bookish side hustles.
My Goodreads TBR is my personal biography. It’s tracked my interests and life events for as many years as I’ve had an account.
Not sure where to start with this YA superstar? Check out these John Green books for an introduction to the author of The Fault in Our Stars.
Find out how to start your own virtual book recommendation service, whether you're a librarian, bookseller, or lover of books.
There are some writers who have a great handle on the craft. Here are a few authors from whom these Rioters want a writing seminar.
Here are some ideas for your own book character pumpkin decorating endeavors as well as a bit on how to create your own.
Six years after moving to D.C. and deciding it's not for me, there’s still something holding me back from leaving: the libraries.
Looking to add a little fun to your mail, your bullet journal, or notebooks? You'll dig these rubber stamps for book lovers.
One reader's experience reading THE BABY-SITTERS CLUB as an adult, and why it took her so long to do so.
The debate for whether the MLS degree is really necessary for employment as a librarian in the United States isn’t that new.
How would you cope if you were unexpectedly dropped in another decade? The only way to find out is to figure out which character you are.
Get to know the history of -- and understand the popularity of -- Erin Hunter's "Warriors" series for middle grade readers.
These six YA books about selkies drop readers into stormy seaside towns, sparkling ocean depths, and treacherous rocky crags, including Seven Tears into the Sea by Terri Farley.
When both the customers and the staff are suffering as a result of compassion fatigue in libraries, it is essential we do something. Now is the time.
And to this day, I credit this experience as being one of the largest reasons why I prefer to read young adult books as an adult.