To follow up our coverage of President Barack Obama’s quotes about reading from last year, we wanted to gather some of President Donald Trump’s best quotes about reading, writing, writers, and just general book stuff.
I don’t know what your specific English teacher or professor assigned you to read when covering Victorian era literature, but chances are you read Jane Eyre. You almost definitely read Pride and Prejudice or Wuthering Heights or Sense and Sensibility.
Some of the best fantasy writers out there are writing for the teenage crowd, and that’s great news both for readers and moviegoers.
Supposedly winter is when people are most anxious to find a significant other. And yet here we are. Maybe we turn to a nice paperback for comfort. You can relate. You know you’re a single book nerd when…
Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” is likely one of the most inspiring things you can read. As the title suggests, King wrote it in jail, and it is essentially a treatise in defense of nonviolent direct action. More broadly, it’s about doing something instead of nothing.
2018 is the year we will finally get a sequel to The Incredibles—June 15th, to be exact.
When I was growing up, I was always told that the clothes make the man. That’s why I wore graphic t-shirts until I was twenty-four. More specifically, I think, socks can really fill out your outfit. They’re like a mystery surprise for anybody who happens to look at your ankles.
Man, oh man, remember college? Those were the days. I remember staying up all night binge reading, and flirting (in my head) with librarians. Oh, and weekends. Oh boy, that’s when I’d come alive. I could binge read two whole books on a really good weekend. Wild times.
In celebration of Black History Month, we thought we'd give you a solid twenty books by and about people of color. Some are fiction, some nonfiction, and there's even a little poetry in here. Twenty is a lot of books, but maybe you can read just one this month.
Ernest Hemingway: A drinker, a hunter, and an old-fashioned manly man. He had a big beard. He often wrote short sentences with short words in them. He liked simplicity, truth, and also alcohol.
You know how whenever a new book adaptation is announced, someone goes, “Why can’t they come up with their own ideas nowadays?” While that person isn’t wrong, they are missing the big picture.
Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl is one of those required books everybody reads at a young age and you never hear anybody complaining about. It’s obviously emotional, but it’s also surprisingly uplifting and humorous.
Everyone’s favorite Ravenclaw (not that there’s many to choose from) is Luna Lovegood and she is, anyway you look at her, likably odd. It’s as if J.K.
Whether you’re single or taken, Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to make a date with a new book. Pick up a bottle of your favorite wine and settle in for a romantic night with one of these swoon-worthy book picks.