Writers put a lot of time into crafting that very first line. The hook. The few words that will keep you reading. So, let’s look at 1 books with great first lines!
Oh, the dreaded reading slump. Here are 6 tips to get out of your next reading slump. I know I could use them right now!
Who doesn’t love a good trope? All genres have tropes, but fantasy is definitely chock full of some serious classics that have built the genre from the beginning *cough* chosen one *cough*. Here are five fantasy trope with book recommendations to get you our of that book slump.
Amber and I came across a new app called Likewise. Have you heard of it? It allows you to give and receive book recommendations. Read our blog for the full review of this new app!
2020 is *finally* over. I know I have said this a lot, but honestly, this year felt like it had 86 months. When putting together this wrap-up I had completely forgot I’d even read some of these books this year. So, here is my full 2020 book wrap-up!
Staying at home was a blessing for all us book lovers. I have never read so many books in one year. I feel like a CHAMP. Check out what I read (mostly romance) this year!
As I was writing my most recent book review, I got to thinking about tropes in romance novels. Whether it’s a contemporary, regency, or fantasy, there are common tropes that appear over and over again, which shape our tastes and preferences. Here is a list of romance tropes and book recommendations for each.
We compiled a list of 99 essential books to read for English Majors, including many that we had to read for our degrees. We also created a FREE checklist with all 99 books. Hang it on your wall, your fridge, your bathroom mirror, wherever!
Happy Book Lovers Day! Here’s part two of our mid-year wrap-up!
Happy Book Lovers Day! Here’s part one of our mid-year wrap-up!