So it's the beginning of National Novel Writing Month, and you only have time to do things like go to school for eight hours, sleep for an inconvenient five or s
Every morning, we open our still-sleepy eyes, turn aside, and reach out to our phone-as-alarm. Stop. Stop. Stop. After closing all the shouting alarms sets, we always check out the notifications piled up all night.
Spells like Wingardium Leviosa are among the first that young witches and wizards learn in the Harry Potter world.<
Have you ever wanted to know what it's like to work for high powered tech geniuses such as Steve Jobs or Elon Musk?
Have you heard of the insanely cool French craze of short story dispensers? If not, don't stress, because they're finally coming to the United States and I, personally, am so excited!
We’re all pretty familiar with the short story vending machines that are sprinkled throughout Europe, but now there is a new vendor in town.
Chat story apps have been cropping up by the dozens in the last few years. In case you've never used one before, these apps allow users to read stories in the form of a text conversation between characters. The concept is pretty interesting, and if you have a few minutes to read some fast-paced
Software engineer Kaya Thomas designed an absolutely awesome app called We Read Too. It lets readers easily find children’s books by writers of color featuring characters of color.