If you are looking for some summer reading, why not try some stories that take place over a single summer? These books can help you get through the irritating summer heat and can make your day whether it's spent reading by a wide and quiet beach or an overcrowded and sweaty subway train.
I don’t want to sound all biased, but I have to say that bookworms are some of the best people on earth. Yes that is a big statement, but I think we can all agree that it’s a fact. We’re intellectual, funny, kind, emotional, and we can blow through 700 pages in about four days.
It’s always nice to see book fans that have a true and deep love for something. To the untrained eye, it may be borderline obsessive, but to us, it’s absolutely glorious. In this case, we give major kudos to a southern couple who charmed their very living space.
PBS recently revealed a list of the most beloved books in America. But of the 100 titles listed, which is the fan favorite?
With funding for libraries and bookstores slowly disappearing, it’s no wonder that Americans aren’t reading as much as they used to.
Keeping track of your reads, and the books you want to read, can be frustrating. Though we all promise ourselves that we'll read more books this year, will finally finish that book we started two years ago, and so on, sometimes we need a little push to actually do so.