If you'd told me a couple of years ago that I'd be devouring nonfiction titles now, I'd have asked, for what class?
On the ways nostalgia has creeped into one millennial's reading life through books–and why sometimes that just feels right.
That description on the back cover or dust jacket is wasted on me. I'd rather jump into a story headfirst, with no spoilers or expectations.
When I'm feeling adrift and tetherless and the world is just too much, I need a syringe to the heart, Pulp Fiction style. I need poetry.
Realizing my brain is atypical didn't make me feel other or disconnected, but rather seen and capable. It changed my relationship with reading.
What do you think of audiobooks and how do they fit into your reading life? One Rioter details how they mesh with someone who has ADHD.
A reader finally gets around to reading Station Eleven and ponders the changing impact of books over time.
What is a mood reader? The definition and signs of what it means to be one.
This reader's love for the Immortals After Dark series brought her to joining a read-along, which had some unexpected results.
How cookbooks helped one reader stop seeing food as necessary but stress-inducing, approaching it now with love and appreciation.