Katherine Packer

Katherine Packer is a displaced Midwesterner currently living wherever she can find WiFi and a couch to crash on. She holds a BA from Sarah Lawrence and an MA from the University of Kent in International Conflict. While books have always been her first love, she’s recently been exploring how books can help open minds and change the world. You can get in touch with her here: katherineepacker@gmail.com.

Nonfiction Books in Under 15 Minutes? A Blinkist Review

An honest Blinkist review with a breakdown of pricing, book titles, features, and the pros and cons of this speed reading service.

Top 8 Gut Health Books For Continued Health

These are our top picks for the best gut health books that range from the scientific looks to easy to use cookbooks for every reader.

10 Feminist Books to Help Dismantle the Patriarchy

Ramp up your feminist reading and explore topics on feminism and women's movements with these books about dismantling the patriarchy.

Why My Goodreads Book Challenge Makes Me Sad

How the annual Goodreads goal informed one reader that she wasn't finishing as many books as she'd assumed, and made her rethink participation.

5 of the Best Books That Use Online Communication as a Device

These books that use online communication as a device tell compelling stories about interaction through modern technology.

What Happened to Barnes and Noble and What’s in Store for the Chain

A quick update on the tumultuous recent history of Barnes and Noble, and where the bookstore chain might be headed under new ownership.

10 Of The Best WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE Shirts For Adults And Kids

We've rounded up a selection of some of the very best WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE shirts for kids and kids at heart. Check em out!

6 Books to Read if You’re Thinking of Becoming a Freelance Writer

Why ELLA ENCHANTED Is the Most Perfect Book Ever

"What's your favorite book?" It's a question that sends many avid readers into a tailspin. But this reader thinks ELLA ENCHANTED is The One and here's why.

Why I’m No Longer Reading Books by White Men

Wherein one reader decides to stop reading books by white men, and how this experiment affected her perspective and reading experience.