Our Reading Lives features stories about how books and reading have shaped who we are and how we live.
Even if you can finish hundreds of books in a year, there can be value in slowing down and reading a book over a long period of time.
How one reader with ADD and Dyslexia learned to embrace audiobooks and thrived as a result.
From completing puzzles to taking long walks, Rioters share their favorite audiobook activities and multitasking methods.
From the classics to radical feminist theory, the assigned reading that changed these Rioters' lives—for better or for worse!
How one Rioter realized that reading could no longer be used as a way to outrun anxiety, and returned to reading for pleasure.
Reviews are a kind of memoir, so here is my review of the lifework of John Green as it has influenced my life.
Science Fiction is meant to test the boundaries and explore the limits, but is it meant to leave us outside our comfort zones?
We've all had the experience of a book impacting us in an unpredictable way. This reader muses about those books' impact on her life.
From being good company while handling miserable tasks to occupying anxious brain space, here's an ode to audiobooks from a grateful listener.
Experience a day in the life of an indie bookseller, working at Bosch&deJong boekverkopers, a small bookstore in Rotterdam, Netherlands.