Teresa Preston

Since 2008, Teresa Preston has been blogging about all the books she reads at Shelf Love. She supports her book habit by working as a magazine editor at a professional association in the Washington, DC, area, which is (in)conveniently located just a few steps from a used bookstore. When she’s not reading or editing, she’s likely to be attending theatre, practicing yoga, watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer again, or doting on her toothless orange cat, Anya. Twitter: @teresareads

50 Great Book Club Discussion Questions For Any Book

Book club discussion questions for any book, with specific questions for fiction, nonfiction, and memoirs.

First Look at Netflix’s New Adaptation of THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE

Netflix has released images from The Haunting of Hill House series, adapted from the Shirley Jackson novel.

Remembering Sunfire Romance

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Art quotes from some of the most famous creators. Get your creative juices going with quotes about art and why it's important to create and enjoy art.

What If? 15 Great Alternate History Books and Series

Ever wonder how life would be different if history had taken a different turn? These alternate history books imagine the possibilities.

5 Books to Read After Watching WILD, WILD COUNTRY

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The 2018 Women’s Prize Shortlist is Announced

Six novels have been selected for the Women's Prize shortlist. Did your favorite make the cut?

7 Books for Holy Week and Easter

50 Of The Best Horror Novels

Whether it's ghosts, killers, or mysterious creatures that give you nightmares, these classic and contemporary horror novels will send shivers down your spine and maybe make you think, too.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Trailer is Here!

Watch the The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society trailer, the adaptation of the popular epistolary novel by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows.