Courtney Rodgers

Courtney Rodgers lives in Texas with her cat and her rosebushes. You can find her on Twitter @wednesdaythinks

That Time I Probably Should Not Have Been Reading

Let's face it: we've all snuck in reading time when we were supposed to be doing something else. Here's one such episode of sneaky reading.

Rating the Books Sawyer Reads on LOST

Sawyer from LOST often had a book in his hand. One Rioter reads through and rates his picks, looking for LOST Easter eggs.

Worst Books to be Made Into Musicals

Please don't make an OLD YELLER: THE MUSICAL. Nobody wants to pay $100 for a mezzanine seat to listen to some kid bawling about their puppy.

9 Nature Novels to Get Lost In

If you’re missing the great outdoors or simply find the natural world fascinating, trek through these immersive nature novels, including All Over Creation by Ruth Ozeki.

Quiz: What Book Should You Read Based On Your Schitt’s Creek Life?

Whether you live like an out of work actor, a townie, or another of your fave Schitt's Creek characters, find your book match with this quiz.

Why Fredrik Backman’s ANXIOUS PEOPLE is a 2020 Mood

An examination of Fredrick Backman's ANXIOUS PEOPLE, viewed through the lens of 2020's unpredictability and pandemic lifestyle.

Quiz: Create a Haunted House of Your Nightmares and Get a Perfect Gothic Book Recommendation

If you dream about ghosts wandering corridors and foggy landscapes, take this gothic book quiz and design the haunted house of your dreams.

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.