Because we want you to start the new year, and the new decade, with your best foot forward, we’re dedicating today to living your best bookish life. Whether that means learning something new, overcoming your fears, or scoring better reading accessories, we’ve got the tips, tricks, and tools for a better year in reading.
Get your need-to-know info here—let’s do this!
Treat Graphic Novels Like Books in 2020 (Because They Are)
Let's put the "graphic novels aren't books" argument to bed once and for all. They most certainly are. Here's why...
14 Hands-Free Reading Tools
Hands-free reading tools come in so many shapes and sizes. Improve your reading life with a bit of help with multitasking.
Begin 2020 With a Backlist Bump
Before you make grabby hands at all the buzzy new books, consider reading more backlist this year. And here's how you can find some older reads.
9 Interesting Books That Will Teach You Something New This Year
Interested in trying new habits, learning to draw, or developing self-confidence? Use these 9 books to learn something new and live your best life.
How to Find the Right Books For You
Whether drawing a blank or suffering from a reading slump, we all need help finding the right books sometimes. Here are tips for making it happen.
Ways to Keep Up With Your Reading Goals in 2020
Already stressing about those 2020 reading resolutions? Don't worry--we're here with some tips to help you keep up with your reading goals this year.
BOOK vs. FOMO: 3 Ways to Overcome Your Fear of Missing Out and Read More
Through these three steps, you can begin to take back your life from intense FOMO and get back into the flow of reading those books.
Help Children Live Their Best Bookish Life
The best literary life for children includes reading logs, bookish lamps, plenty of bookish decor, and giving/participating in bookish charities.
I Can’t Believe I Only Read 20 Books in 2019. What Happened?
With a bad reading year behind me, I look at 2020 as my redemption year. I talk about how reading became a task and how I needed to change that.
The Benefits of Leading a Bookish Life in 2020
We know it in our hearts, and studies and commentary on the benefits of leading a literary life continue to confirm that reading is good for us.