You will absolutely lose yourself in these.
Hillary Clinton and the Case of the Childhood Nostalgia
Was there Felix Felicitus in my coffee this morning??
Both Belle AND Hermione would approve of this plot.
You won't be able to put them down.
"Illustrating the fiction gender gap."
And she has some valuable advice for you.
Now on the top of my "To-Read" list.
Don't miss out on these boooo-ks.
Absolute MUSTS for back to school!
Couples who read together, stay together.
Because books are for lovers.
These cannot be missed.
English teachers need to add this to their required reading ASAP.
It turns out your textbooks have a lot more uses than just education.
Calling all book nerds!
They get you like no else.
Reading is the perfect way to get lost in a juicy story while making yourself feel semi-smart
New York Times bestseller Jackie Collins passed away yesterday, Saturday, Sept. 19, at the age of 77 after privately battling...
It’s almost Fall, which means that, in addition to pumpkin spice lattes and foliage, it’s also time to accept the...
"If you've got it, flaunt it. And if you don't got it? Flaunt it."
College is about growth and changing your beliefs--not exiting as you entered.
$500+ for textbooks you’ll open maybe once?
Sand in your toes, book in your hand.
Rivera revealed that her memoir's title would be 'Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes and Growing Up.'
Another one of John Green's novels is getting the big screen treatment, and this one doesn't require tissues.
1. The Baby-Sitters Club would be made up of college graduates, not middle schoolers.
The best books to curl up with during the winter are a little bit dark, mysterious and totally engrossing.
If you were equally terrified and thrilled by Gone Girl, you're going to love this.
Pharrell Williams is a singer, producer, judge on The Voice, and now a children's author.
What better way to spend your break than catching up on some reading that you actually enjoy?
YA examines issues in both serious and darkly comic novels, through pictures and verse and collections of texts and e-mails.
Not only does Lisa's reading list range from politics, poetry, literary to commercial fiction, mathematics and magazine, she is also into a diverse group of men and women authors.
How in the hell would they turn such a complicated book told from two perspectives about a wife gone missing, a husband accused of her possible murder, a poisoned relationship, two failing New York City writers who leave for the Midwest and plot twists galore without fucking it up?