Courtney Rodgers

Courtney is a Texas-based writer and editor, who holds a B.A. in Theatre and Creative Writing. In the past ten years, she has traveled to exactly ten different countries, performing, teaching English, and eating foods she would never eat back home. Courtney's greatest accomplishment is keeping her houseplants and rosebushes alive. Twitter:@wednesdaythinks Website: courtneyrodgersediting.com

10 Eerie Books for Autumn

If you’re not that into horror, or easily creeped out, but want to get into the spirit of fall, check out House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig and other eerie books for autumn.

The Series We Loved: Mary-Kate and Ashley

Were you a Mary-Kate and Ashley stan back in the day? Revive your nostalgia with the Mary-Kate and Ashley books from their numerous series.

10 of the Most Unique Crime Reads

These unique crime books play with format, characters, tropes, and more for a surprising experience that will keep you turning page after page, like My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite.

An Updated Required Reading List

What’s the Difference: Audio Dramas and Full Cast Audiobooks

Seems like we're talking about the same thing, but maybe not? Here, we take a look at the difference between audio dramas and full cast audiobooks.

20 Must-Read YA Romcoms for 2020

Pick up, or keep an eye out for these new and forthcoming 2020 YA romcoms featuring fun, uplifting, and hilarious stories about young love.

12 Awesome Summertime Cookbooks for Kids

Keep the kitchen cool and the recipes messy and fun with these summertime cookbooks for kids to enjoy with their grownups.

In Defense of the “Modern” Adaptation

In defense of the modern adaptation of classics.

8 Great Plays About Social Justice

These compelling plays about social justice are not only entertainment, but also seek to provide perspective and provoke thought.

Albert Uderzo, Creator of Asterix Comics, Dies at 92

Albert Uderzo, creator of the Asterix comics series, has died at 92.

Title Trend: The Occupation’s Daughter

Clockmakers, astrologers, ringmasters and all the daughters that accompany these occupations. Check out these books that follow the title trend.

More Than Toys: Exploring History With American Girl

For one reader, AMERICAN GIRL was more than a favorite book series and doll: it was a lifestyle.

How to Host A Reading Party

How to throw a reading party that is perfect for all of your fellow bookworm friends.

10 of the Best Musicals Adapted From Books

It's not unlikely that some of your favorite musicals are based on books. Prepare for a song and dance number with these musicals adapted from books.

Do-It-Yourself: OUTLANDER Style

Dive into your passion for OUTLANDER and get crafty with these patterns for knitting, stitchery, and more.

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