A dead-end question leads your book club nowhere. Here are eight common book club questions that you might find to be dead-enders.
You may have your own preferences coming in, but you will soon discover that there is a single (correct) best time of day to read.
Let's unpack the psyche behind the shelf. Here are a few things to avoid saying to bookstore employees — from a former bookseller.
Follow these four easy steps and you are definitely going to finish that book you stopped reading halfway through.
You respond to a post written by your favorite blogger, Ignatius J. Reilly. You are not prepared for the subsequent email exchange.
A new leak from Internet Company™ revealed the wifi password of your most beloved fictional friend. You won't believe Ishmael's.
Which books fit the great Reddit premise of r/ATBGE (Awful Taste But Great Execution)? An exploratory list.
You may know her from The Breakfast Club or Pretty in Pink; let’s fall down the rabbit hole of the bookish life of Molly Ringwald, shall we?
There are only so many ways to say "Read this, it's good," but these words are so overused in book blurbs, they no longer mean anything.
Should you buy that book? Give yourself a point for each of these questions you say yes to, then tally up the total to get your answer.