Tiffani Willis

Tiffani C. Willis spends as much as time as she is able to traveling the universe by book and sometimes by, plane, train, boat, or car. When she’s not off on an adventure in a faraway land or trying to solve a mystery like a detective, Tiffani uses her powers as an academic librarian to help students survive school as they learn how to do research and write research papers. She spends her spare time rambling, raving, and ranting about books on her blog Passport Books, camping out in bookstores, and obsessively watching HGTV, usually with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine nearby. Twitter: @PassportBooks

What Are Your Reading Habits?

One Rioter explores her reading habits and asks: what, who, and when do YOU read?

Why You Should Participate in NaNoWriMo

Reasons to participate in National Novel Writing Month, NaNoWriMo for short, even if you do not aspire to be a a published novelist.

When Will There Be a Book Show on TV?

What a Book Show like Reading Rainbow for Adults might look like.

What I See When I Read

What, if anything, do you see when you read?

Educational Devotionals: Improving My Education One Day at a Time

Modeled on the traditional religious devotionals, educational devotionals aim to stimulate the mind and improve your education one day at a time.

Can the Way a Story is Consumed Enhance the Reading Experience?

Are your reading experiences of a genre or type of story enhanced by the format in which you consume it?

Thank You Charlie Brown, for Introducing Me to Russian Literature

Sometimes books are found in unexpected places.

A Message to Students: Don’t Forget Reading Is Fun

Going back to school means saying hello to a lot of reading. It doesn't mean saying goodbye to the fun.

No New Books: My Month Long Self-Imposed Book-Buying Ban

One Rioter talks about the challenges of her month-long book-buying ban.

Book Journals: The Perfect Place For Messy and Incoherent Ramblings

Book journals are not only great for recording private bookish thoughts, they are also a ticket to our past reading selves.