On struggling with a book hangover--the inability to move on, the grieving for characters whose stories have ended. So, how do you cope?
Some of your favorite nonfiction might've started as a blog. Here are a few examples that influenced one reader's decision to start her own blog.
"But it’s also made me start being like, either I want to give that person the book or I’m keeping that shit." On the books we've lent and lost.
Pregnancy can be a time of total information overload, most of which is contradictory or not helpful. Here are a few books to read when you're expecting that are actually helpful!
A look at where you can read contemporary prison writing.
Looking for books to fulfill 2018 Read Harder Challenge task #5: books set in or about one of the five BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, or South Africa)? Peruse these titles.
Many organizations provide books to people in prison--we've rounded-up a few of their Amazon wish lists.
A reader who paid her library $40 for Rupi Kaur's MILK AND HONEY has some thoughts about overdue books and library tropes in comedy.
Coming across 45's name in pre-2016 books is increasingly unpleasant.
Did you do your assigned reading in school? Did it turn you off reading for fun?
A Rioter on raising a reader and the importance of books in her relationship with her growing child.
A reader on the difficulty of moving with books when you're absolutely broke and your only option is to work with what you have.
Despite a pause on browsing for new books, one reader is still adding books to their TBR.