#How To

6 of the Best Ways to Get Paid to Read Books

Need some extra cash? Get paid to read books by writing books reviews for magazines and publications. Here’s how it’s done.

How to Hold On to Your Love of Books When You Read for Work

Required readings often take the joy out of books. Here's how to hold on to your love of books when you read for work.

How to Stop Subvocalizing to Read Faster

Want to learn how to read faster? Here are some tips on how to stop subvocalizing to increase your reading speed.

How to Hibernate: Reading to Slow Down, Rest, and Reset

Set aside the lofty reading goals for a while and enjoy what winter is for: hibernating by reading comforting books in a cozy reading nook.

A New Way for Mood Readers to Organize their TBRs

If you're a mood reader, why not lean into it and organize your To Be Read piles/lists into moods, from "romantic" to "unsettling"?

Talk Wordy To Me: 20 Ways to Celebrate a Bookish Valentine’s Day

Whether you're in a relationship or not, here are some really fun ways to indulge in a bookish Valentine's Day this year.

New Year, New Good Habits: 5 Ways to Make Your Reading Life Greener

Recycling and giving away used books isn't as simple as it sounds, so here are other ways to make your reading life greener.

Why You Should Start Book Journaling Right Now (& Prompts to Help You Start)

Creating a book journal also allows you to create a visual space of your book experience. And one writer details why.

How To Read Through Burnout

Who *isn't* burnt out? I've rounded up some tips for reading through burnout. Try one, try them all, or take a break! Do you.

Let the Games Begin! 4 Simple Ways to Include Board Games and Gaming In Libraries

Here are four simple ways to include board games and gaming in your library, a fun and easy way to draw people together.