These Are The 9 Best Books You Can Read In One Sitting — According To People On Reddit

Sure, we love to watch a whole TV series in one afternoon, but here's a pro-media-consumption tip: reading books all the way through, start to finish, without leaving your room or taking a break may be intellectually tough, but the payoff is kind of,…
By Maddy Foley

10 Websites About True Crime For People Who Have Read Every Book & Listened To Every Podcast

In recent years, there has been a rise in true crime content across platforms, but even the explosion of new TV shows, books, and podcasts can't seem to keep up with many people's insatiable interest in the macabre. If you, like so many other murder-…
By Sadie Trombetta

These 13 Famous Book Quotes Are Always Misused — Here's What They ACTUALLY Mean

Whether it's printed on an inspirational sweatshirt or posted in an Instagram caption, no one can resist a good book quote. The only problem is, some of the most popular ones are also the most commonly misused literary quotes that have totally differ…
By Sadie Trombetta

10 Rom-Com Audiobooks You'll Fall In Love With This Spring

Spring might not be in the air for many of us right now, but one thing is for sure: spring fever and all the spring romance feels that come with it are definitely on the agenda. If you're daydreaming about blue skies and warm breezes — and someone to…
By Kerri Jarema

The 'TIME' 100 List For 2018 Just Came Out — And There's 2 Authors You Need To Know

For nearly 20 years, spring has been a season for rain showers, mud puddles and the announcement of TIME Magazine's 100 Most Influential People List. The honor of being included on such a list is undeniable, and although the public likes to grouse an…
By Maddy Foley

This Is How Many Books The Average American Reads In A Year

When it comes to reading habits, we've heard a lot of doom and gloom in recent years. Funding to public libraries is being cut, one in four Americans didn't read a single book in the last year, bookstore chains are in decline. But the truth is that A…
By Kerri Jarema

Varys From 'Game Of Thrones' Might Have A Secret That Changes The Whole Story

In a series full of subterfuge, where everyone is plotting something, one devious spymaster reigns supreme: Varys the Spider. He's the guy behind the guy at any given time, the one pulling the strings that control the Seven Kingdoms. And in the HBO s…
By Charlotte Ahlin

The Inspiration For Dumbledore Makes His Entire Story Even More Heartbreaking

The classic wizard, with his long white beard and his starry cloak, has been around a good long while. Humans have always told stories of old, slightly befuddled men full of sage advice. We like our fatherly mentor figures to have magical powers, and…
By Charlotte Ahlin

The 9 Books To Read When You're Thinking About A MAJOR Career Move

If you were anything like me as a kid, you probably envisioned yourself choosing a career path in college and sticking to that plan — for your whole, entire life. If you are anything like me as an adult, you probably realize how ridiculous that sound…
By Melissa Ragsdale

10 Games That Readers Will Especially Love (And That Show Off Their Impressive Vocabs!)

If there's one thing book-lovers can't get enough of, it's, well, words. Reading them, writing them, correcting people when they mispronounce them. If you count yourself among the "I'm secretly correcting your grammar right now" hordes of readers, yo…
By Kerri Jarema

10 Non-Cookbooks That Every Foodie Needs To Read

I have a not-so-secret love of cookbooks — though, rarely, do I actually ever use them for their intended purpose: cooking. While I don’t often have the patience to regularly baste a turkey, or babysit a soufflé, or stem enough fresh thyme to meet th…
By E. Ce Miller

Kanye West's Tweets Over The Last Few Days Are Apparently The Book He's Writing

If you've been on Twitter in the last 24 hours, you have probably already realized that Kanye West is tweeting again. On Friday, April 13, West reactivated his Twitter account, and since then, the music icon has been posting a series of surprisingly…
By Melissa Ragsdale

5 True Crime Shows You Didn't Realize Were Based On Books

It seems to be the golden age of book-to-TV adaptations, especially when it comes to true crime. And if your true crime obsession runs as deeply as mine, I know you probably aren't content to just watch a TV show. You want to Google the case, read th…
By Melissa Ragsdale

15 'Game Of Thrones' Mysteries That Will Probably NEVER Get Solved

Anyone who reads or watches Game of Thrones is probably quite familiar with George R.R. Martin and his intricate mysteries. Fans are all waiting for answers to a few key questions, such as "Who will win the Iron Throne?" or "What do the White Walkers…
By Charlotte Ahlin

11 Novels About Angry Women Who Don't Deserve To Be Called "Unlikeable"

Called shrill, hysterical, alienating, emotional, irrational, crazy, unhinged — angry women are unwelcome in life and in literature. If young women have learned anything in the last two years — from the events leading up to the 2016 election through …
By E. Ce Miller

How One Essay Inspired Me To Move Past My Travel Anxiety

I am not a well-traveled person. In fact, at this point in my life I am probably one of the least well-traveled people you will ever meet. In 29 years I have only been on a plane a whopping total of four times, and each and every one of those planes …
By Kerri Jarema

15 'Modern Love' Columns That Every Millennial Will Find Extremely Relatable

Millennials — anyone with a birthday between 1982 and 2004 — are known for a lot of things. Stacking up in the “things the world hates about Millennials column” we have: being obsessed with (perfectly filtered) self-expression and using social media …
By E. Ce Miller

The New Pulitzer Prize Winning Novel Is Just What We Need Right Now — For An Unexpected Reason

To the surprise of many book-lovers, Andrew Sean Greer's Less was announced as the 2018 Pulitzer Prize Winner for Fiction on Monday afternoon. A hilarious and satirical story about a failed novelist trying to escape his problems by traveling abroad, …
By Sadie Trombetta

This 'Younger' Star Wrote A Book Of Poems & Everyone Is Freaking Out About It

If you thought Younger's Nico Tortorella was exactly like his character, the suave tattoo artist Josh, you are definitely mistaken. Tortorella is way more complex than that. He's an actor who perfectly fits the bill of rom-com heartthrob, playing one…
By Kerri Jarema

These 9 E-Books Are Free Right Now On Amazon & They All Have A MAJOR Thing In Common

World Book Day is less than a week away, have you decided how you'll be celebrating it yet? Even if you won't be able to take a backpack full of books across Europe, bring your beach reading to the shores of Australia, or visit the greatest libraries…
By Sadie Trombetta