Do your bookshelves contain the roadmap of the journey of your life? Do the titles tell a story of where have you been and where are you going? You may be surprised by what your books reveal about you.
Are bookworms secret superheroes? I don’t know about that, but most superheros are super-smart, brainyacs. So how does an ordinary mortal become a world-class bookworm and join this elite group? It’s easy!
Can a YA romance on Valentine’s Day really compete with a lusty swashbuckly bodice ripper? Yes! Let me share this secret with the shrinking percentage of the adult population who have not yet discovered these great romantic reads.
How do you write a novel in one year? These 3 tools are guaranteed to help you make significant progress on that book you’ve always wanted to write or finish.
If you’re looking for a resolution to help you read more books, consider a Goodreads Reading Challenge. But be careful that it doesn’t stress you out!
According to market research, more than 50% of YA readers are adults, not teens. Why? I’ve come up with 13 Reasons Why that might surprise you.
True confession from a YA book addict: Although I liked Jay Asher’s book, Thirteen Reasons Why, I LOVED Netflix’s miniseries version of it even more. In this post, I’ll give you 3 compelling reasons why you should put down the book and pick up the remote instead.
I hate censorship in any form, but don’t mess with my literature. Here’s 4 reasons why I think suppression of ideas is horrible—and one possible benefit.
Reading books can help save lives. Novels about eating disorders can show others what these illnesses look like. Through the power of story, someone may recognize their own symptoms of disordered eating or in their friends, and this can lead someone to seek assistance.
You are beautiful.