Vivienne Woodward

Vivienne Woodward lives in Philly and works as the events coordinator for an indie bookstore. She can often be found drinking too much coffee in the sunny spot on her couch and over-identifying with fictional characters. She enjoys collecting hobbies, dancing to radio pop, and rearranging the book stacks on her side tables.

An Overthinker’s Guide to Giving Book Recommendations

Do you question every book you recommend? Spiral immediately after giving a book your stamp of approval? This overthinker's guide is for you.

Beyond Book Trends: What the Book World Really Needs

Book "trends" are not what the world needs; we present here an extremely comprehensive overview of what the book world could really use.

The Worst Book Titles of All Time

Let's talk about great book titles. But in order to find out what makes a good book title, let's first explore the worst book titles.

A Very Serious 2023 Bookish Trend Forecast

Welcome to my 2023 bookish trend forecast! Silence your cell phones and start taking notes. Handwritten notes are back.

Dating App Profiles of Your Favorite Characters

Welcome, user! Within our hallowed algorithm, you will find the dating app profiles of some names you might recognize.

The Worst Character Names in the History of Literature

Today we're talking about the worst character names in literature and by worst I mean I would not like to have these names.

How To Fake That You Read the Book Club Book

Follow my lead and no one will find out that you didn't read the book club book. Step one: praise the art of bookbinding.

Literary Podcasts That Haven’t Been Made Yet

It's easy and fun to make literary podcasts and the market is not oversaturated at all!! Here are a few amazing, completely original, ideas.

Nine Books with Odd Plots

If odd plots are defined as “different from what is usual or expected," then these nine books definitely qualify, like Welcome to Braggsville by T. Geronimo Johnson.

A Guide to Book Borrowing Etiquette

Book borrowing can be a touchy subject. Here are a few things I’ve learned about how to be a respectful book borrower.