Saddest Moments in Fictional History

Call it morbid or sentimental, I’ve decided to recap my top saddest moments in fictional history.

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19 Amazing Kindle Titles That You Can Get For Under $6

Because we all love a good deal.

Looking Back at Peter Stjernstorm’s The Best Book in the World

It’s been a few years since Peter Stjernstorm’s novel The Best Book in the World made it to shelves, intriguing readers and writers alike with a title that demands a closer look.

Truthful Teachings of Tolkien

Tolkien taught us many life lessons that one should always keep in mind in order to live a life as full and prosperous as good old Bilbo Baggins.

“Reader’s Bill of Rights” by Daniel Pennac

1. The right to not read 2. The right to skip pages 3. The right to not finish 4. The right to reread 5. The right to read anything 6. The right to escapism 7. The right to read anywhere 8. The right to browse 9. The right to read out loud 10. The right … Continue reading “Reader’s Bill of Rights” by Daniel Pennac

How to Read a Book When You Don’t Enjoy Reading

Although reading is an activity most people do on a daily basis, some people do not enjoy it.You can also learn techniques to get you through a text, even if you aren't into it.

Artist Uses Books For A Sculpture That Tells A Story Of Loss, Knowledge And What it Means To Be A Human Being

This sculpture is the work of Susanna Hesselberg, a Swedish-based artist whose work, which is typically photography, explores nature, humans, and the links between them.