Tag Archives: Books

Weekend Reads: Neil Gaiman

Sometimes you need a book (or two) to get you to the weekend. The Sleeper and the Spindle and How to Talk to Girls at Parties are those books. Ok, so maybe I’m a little biased because of how much I love Neil Gaiman. I’ve admired him

National Book Lovers Day: Staff Picks

Ahoy, bookworms. It’s National Book Lovers Day (who knew we had a day?). Is this the bone that is thrown at as us bibliophiles between April (poetry month) and November (NaNoWriMo)? Maybe it is, maybe it isn’t. But it’s here. And we’re excited. To celebrate, the

Weekend Reads: American Housewife

If the cover alone isn’t enough to get you reading Hellen Ellis’s collection, American Housewife, then let me try to persuade you further. I’m not and have never been a fan of collections of short stories. I’d rather read a 300 page story than a

Happy 36th Birthday, Harry Potter!

It’s not everyday your young man turns 36! It also isn’t every year that Harry Potter fans have two things to look forward to. According to various articles disputing Harry’s actual age, and the Pottermore website officially putting the controversy to rest, Harry James Potter

Weekend Reads: Romeo and/or Juliet

Romeo and/or Juliet, Ryan North Romeo and/or Juliet is brilliant. Do you remember the Choose Your Own Adventure stories of yore? Well, that’s exactly what Romeo and/or Juliet is. Only infinitely more clever and laugh-out-loud funny from start to finish. Ryan North brings together some of the

Weekend Reads: The Girl from Everywhere

The Girl from Everywhere, Heidi Heilig 2016 has been a fantastic year for books about time travel and Heidi Heilig’s debut novel, The Girl from Everywhere, is one of the best. The Girl from Everywhere is an amalgamation of historical fiction, high fantasy, science fiction,

Game of Thrones’ “Histories & Lore”

If you’ve finished watching this season’s Game of Thrones, chances are you are wondering what to do with your life for the next 10 months. Especially since the showrunners have announced that the season 8 premier will be delayed (YES THIS HAPPENED)–you may now cringe

15 Signs You’re Dating Ernest Hemingway

A day like today in 1961, Ernest Hemingway passed away in Ketchum, Idaho. To honor Papa’s memory, we have come up with a list of signs you might be dating him. Last night you fell asleep with a book in your hands. The worn-out book had

Weekend Reads: Gemina

Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff are back at it again with their action packed sequel to last year’s action packed space odyssey, Illuminae. Gemina picks up almost immediately after the end of Illuminae and tells the story of Hannah Donnelly, the whip-smart, kick-butt, privileged daughter

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