Dear Bookseller, what do you think I should read right now? I am feeling, well how can I describe this? I guess I am feeling...weird?
There was controversy when the beloved show added a “Reading Expert.” And now, neither the cast members nor the reading community want to claim him.
This pandemic sucks harder than Tony and Steve's falling out. At least we have one thing that can still bring us joy: the internet's best Marvel puns.
How are you getting creative with reading time while staying at home? This reader has some tips for maximizing your pandemic reading time.
"You’ll feel right at home among our fastidiously maintained gardens and horticulture, bustling local arts scene, and internationally renowned murder rate."
Whine. Watch all the adaptations. Aggressively hint about wishlist books. It's your party and you'll be bookish if you want to.
A children's librarian recounts the ways in which the library's younger patrons resist structure and act out in often humorous ways.
In the midst of researching news reports and washing your hands, here is a list of 16 funny short stories and books to brighten your mood.
Wondering how your favorite PRIDE AND PREJUDICE character would react to COVID-19 related social distancing? Cue dream sequence.
You're moving in with a reader--life will never be the same and, whether you're platonic or romantic roommates, trust that the books will flow.
I've committed myself wholly and truly to being a morning reader. Now, I examine whether it is I who is terrible or reading at night itself.
The Instagram account @hotdudesreading was founded on, well, hot dudes reading. The question is: do they know they're hot?
Shold you stay up late to finish a book? Maybe yes, maybe no, maybe it depends on your particular literary circumstances.
The best Twitter responses to "Novelists Writing About Growing Up." Get ready to snort-laugh.
The Bookternet came in full force to play along with the Dolly Parton Challenge. Please enjoy the book nerdery from publishers and readers alike.