Artwork Inspired by Literary Classics

Life imitates art and many times, art and artists even take inspiration from literature. Here are just some famous paintings and etchings that were influenced by literary classics… 1. Ophelia by Sir John Everett Millais Probably the most famous artworks inspired by literature, Millais brings to life (unintentional pun) the Bard’s mesmerising heroine Ophelia from […]

Best BFFs in Literature

Friendships like these are hard to find! This is the perfect listicle to peruse with your BFF and try to figure out which friendship in literature most closely resembles your own friendship. Enjoy! 1. Pip and Jo from “Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens 2. Calvin and Hobbes 3. Kay, May, Dottie, Elinor, Libby, Helena, Press, […]

Everyone’s Favorite Femme Fatales in Literature

They exude sex appeal and elegance, are seductive, but viciously guard dark secrets and hold their cards close to their heart. Here are our top picks for the best femme fatales in literature. 1. Heloise Lane from “And when she was Good” by Laura Lippmann On the surface, Heloise appears to be a suburban mum […]

Cartoon & Anime Characters with Impeccable Style

Cartoons and anime, while entertaining, are often overlooked for their influence on fashion trends and we are looking to change that with this list of some of our favorite trendsetters in this genre. Be it serving straight up lewks or paying homage to a real-life fashion icon. We hope you enjoy this list! 1. Jessica […]

Tomboys in Literature who Live to Stand Out

This one goes out to all the tomboys. Don’t let anyone deter you from being your tomboyish self! The best women aren’t determined by how masculine or feminine they are, it’s about strength and the courage to be yourself. 1. Petrova Fossil from Ballet Shoes Noel Streathfield was a female author with an unconventional male […]

Indigenous Owned Bookstores to Visit & Support

Today, we bring your a compilation of all the best indigenous owned bookstores that you can visit. We hope you can go and that you’ll support them in their endeavor to contribute to the indigenous communities, as well as educate multitudes on issues that face indigenous communities. 1. Goodminds: Bradford, Ontario A First Nations family […]

Best in Irish horror fiction

Welcome back! Today we bring you horror fiction from the land of the leprechauns with gothic elements galore. We hope you enjoy reading these, especially if you’re a diehard horror enthusiast like us! 1. The Wych Elm by Tana French This novel records the events that follow after Toby Hennessey discovers a skeleton within the […]

Literature Themed Hotels you need to Book!

Literary nerds who are looking for a place to sojourn and finish their reading/writing can check out the following hotels on their next vacation. We promise these extraordinary literary themed hotels don’t disappoint! 1. Heathman Hotel: Portland, Oregon The hotel houses a rich plethora of literature that features the signatures of various Nobel laureates, Pulitzer […]

Literary Holidays to Mark on your Calendar!

Who doesn’t love a good holiday? Here are some of the best literary holidays that you need to mark on your calendar if you’re a fellow book lover! 1. Teen Read Week – October 9-15th ¬†Teen Read Week is a national adolescent literacy initiative that was established in 1998 with the purpose of encouraging teens […]

Grownups Only! Best Adult Picture Books

Hold up! Let’s see some ID first! This compilation is strictly for the grownups as it features some not so kid friendly content such as picture books about morbid deaths and hairy genitals. Don’t say we didn’t warn you… 1. Brenda’s Beaver needs a Barber by Bimisi Tajanita This book is part of the Reach […]