If you adore reading along as a neglected diamond in the rough finds their happy ending, these six books are for you.
Do you have the traits of an extrovert bookworm? An introvert? Or a combination, depending on the day and the book? Read on to decide which traits are yours.
I want to take a moment and do a little shout-out to some of the authors I only recently discovered (in the past six months or so, even though I'm still reading some of them) and that literally rocked my (bookish) world.
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Here is a list of 10 love books for people who truly and utterly dislike romance novels. 1. Dark Matter by Blake Crouch Is Dark Matter a romantic novel? Not really. But it's an exciting thriller that will not let go of you till the very end. The Sci-Fi twist is excellent, but in essence, … Continue reading 9 Romantic Stories for Readers Who Hate Romance Books
Here is a list of 15 books that you can easily read in a single sitting, or within a single day.
These are some of the most important books I have ever read and I recommend every single one.
As we mourn the loss of an incredible woman and a formidable mind, let's remind ourselves of some of her most amazing quotes.
In fiction, tropes are like garlic and onions. They add richness and flavor to a dish. Something is missing without them. Too many though, and the food starts to taste a little sweaty, the way moldy old gym clothes smell. They overpower what could be a good dinner.
Call it morbid or sentimental, I’ve decided to recap my top saddest moments in fictional history.