Liane Moriarty started a revolution with the release of Big Little Lies in 2014.
Sometimes she writes for adults and sometimes she writes for teenagers, but Rainbow Rowell has been capturing the spotlight with works like Carry On, Eleanor & Park, Fangirl and Attachments for some years now, and that's not all.
Although Anthony Bourdain passed recently in June, it seems even death can't stop the world renown chef and author.
Whether he was bringing us along through the jungle with Max and the monsters in Where the Wild Things Are or swimming through giant vats of batter and milk in In the Night Kitchen, beloved children's author Maurice Sendak always managed to capture the
Monday always seems to come around too quickly, doesn't it? Thankfully, that means we are back, too, and we're bringing with us three great books for you to read this week. If you're unsure about what book to pick up next, hopefully, this list will help you choose!
Let me set the scene. It is several weeks ago, and I am in a bar. The couple next to me are clearly on a first date; asking each other typical 'get-to-know-you' questions, sipping on frozen margaritas.
New York truly is a hell of a town, and it has inspired some of the most beautiful, fascinating, funny, heartbreaking literature the world has to offer.
What better way to get into the Friday feeling than by splitting your sides laughing? The Twitterverse never fails to offer up top class literature related comedy for the gloomy bookworm, so enjoy our round-up of some of the greatest tweets from the last week.
This past Saturday saw the funeral of Senator John McCain, at which former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama delivered eulogies.
The workplace. It is, as my father once said "a thoroughly unnatural environment," one that can be incredibly difficult to navigate, where, even if you begin to approach, or indeed reach, the top of the food chain, it can be unclear how exactly you are supposed to proceed.