Books You Can Binge In A Day

It’s a three day weekend here in the states which means I may actually have a day to read. And even if my family comes over, I need a shield between them and me. And a book is a great protector in any situation. I love articles. I love lists. I love listicles. And if... Continue Reading →


Only Shakespeare and the Bible have sold more novels than the author known as the Queen of Mystery, Agatha Christie. Christie has reportedly sold more than 1 billion copies worldwide, according to a recent research by Harper Collins. More than 100 languages have translated her writings, and 32 million Americans are thought to have read at least one of her works. She penned 66 crime novels throughout her lifetime in addition to six other books, 24 plays, and more than 150 short stories.

Can I Be A Nosy Old Woman Detective?

As you age, a curious phenomenon seems to take place. People begin to treat you as you are unable to perform even the most elementary chores after a short time. To live a life that is basically autonomous and then suddenly find yourself treated like a helpless creature must be more than a bit upsetting. Before they get old, people live long, healthy lives, and guess what? They successfully reached that level, thus I believe they understand how to play the game of life.

10 Cozy Dog Mystery Series for Love My Pet Day

I know that most of us think of cats when we think of a "cozy animal," especially when it comes to the white-haired detective! Those were the days! We now have young sleuths who balance their careers with their personal life. But, Instead of concentrating on the sleuths, I'm going to concentrate on their dogs. So, here are the mystery writers on the site that have included dogs as a subject in their stories.

10 Gifts for the Bookworm in Your Life

With the holidays approaching quickly, I'm sure you're aware that it's time to start crossing things off that gift giving list you've been compiling all year. Or maybe you're a train wreck like me and you've been entirely disregarding your holiday shopping list for the previous eleven months only to tackle it in a two week period. (Same — no judgment. Well, lots of judgement from the delivery people. And my husband. Primenesia got me bad this year.) In any case, thoughtful gift-giving is a fantastic way to show someone you care. Let me offer you a few gift ideas for book lovers if you have a bookish person in your life.

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