Our Reading Lives features stories about how books and reading have shaped who we are and how we live.
How many times do readers usually hear about a book before committing to read or buy it, and is exposure all that matters here?
How can someone not want kids, but be so moved by books about parenting? One writer examines their layered feelings around the subject.
One reader describes her years-long quest to find the book of scary stories that sunk its hooks into her brain as a child.
How reading fiction about doomsday cults can actually be an exercise in optimism and hope. Someone has to live to tell the story, after all.
I read five of Trevor Noah's favorite books. Here's what I thought of them and what I learned about Trevor Noah through this experience.
One bibliophile mother's love for series BabyLit with baby book adaptations of Frankenstein, The Raven, and more
Many of us have pleasant memories of our childhood, and when nostalgia for the '80s and '90s hits, these are some books to turn to.
There are some authors who take you places you'd never expect to go and you'll follow them because they're just that good.
Books are often used in bedtime routines, but this writer dives into a particularly effective combination of method and genre to fall asleep.
I no longer have any patience for series. Tell me what you have to say in one volume or forever hold your peace.