Whether it’s a line from your favorite childhood book or something more recent, quotes have the ability to stick with us long after we finish reading the last page. They can be inspirational, motivational, and sometimes even heartbreaking. I hope you enjoyed this roundup of some of the most memorable quotes in literature—let me know which one is your favorite in the comments below!
As a lifelong bookworm, I've experienced countless moments of joy while reading. From the time I was a little girl, I have always loved reading. Here's why books are so important to me and how they've shaped my life.
December is in a few days. And with a new month comes new books and new book releases. I'm giving you this list now so you can add it to your wish list from Santa.
After reading a book, have you ever found yourself unable to go on to the next one? If this is the case, you’ve probably had a book hangover.
I can already see the look on your face. I can hear what you're thinking. Yes, I'm married. Yes, I have kids. Yes, I'm old. So, what. The whole point of books and reading is to escape reality for a little bit.
It's almost here. The big feast. And my bookish self started wondering about book characters during the holidays. Thankfully, I found this book tag to help ask and answer my wonderings.
I love my book collection. I love knowing at any given moment I can grab book and enjoy it in my house. The only problem is this. My bookshelf becomes a catchall.
I tend to be a seasonal reader. In summer, I read books that take place in warm places or by the ocean. I read Halloween and horror in October. Christmas, winter, and cold settings in Winter. You get the idea. I even read romance in February. So, why wouldn't I read Thanksgiving set books in November.
Listen. Here's the thing After reading so many horror books in October, I need something light. Something fluffy. Something cozy.