Beyond just Twilight, lies an unexplored plethora of vampire romances that will satisfy all your lustful reading needs. I’ve compiled a few here that are full of irresistibly charming and
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Amazing fiction and nonfiction books on protecting your mental health and in persevering against all odds.
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Here are our top picks on children’s literature with a focus on both consent and breaking free of societal constructs such as stereotypical gender norms.
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Anybody ever been in a love triangle before? Well, don’t… Hollywood says they’re messy! Anyway, this post won’t help you find love, but it will help you to successfully write a love triangle if you choose to for both screen and page. What’s the meaning of a love triangle? Love triangles are a sort of relationship that is a combination of love and conflict. It’s usually a romantic relationship usually involving 3 people- 2 love interests and a protagonist. Whether it be drama, action, musical, or even crime thriller, love triangles can be found in any genre, but the common
What’s beta reading and why does it exist? Beta reading is a term that stems from the IT industry when beta testers were used to test early versions or designs of software. Instead of software, however, beta readers in the literary field are used by writers to review a finished manuscript before it goes to professional editors or publishers. They’re necessary as, during self-editing, a writer can look past initial flaws, which is when beta readers make their presence felt, pointing out their likes, dislikes, and elements to which writers have turned a blind eye despite countless revisions. Along with
Do you have a friend who’s super into reading or somebody who’s forever sitting in the library or browsing through a bookstore because of their ‘debilitating’ book addiction? Do you want them to feel extra special by gifting them something (other than a book) that will further feed into their bibliophilia? Then, you’ve come to the right place. Check out these cool gift ideas for readers. A custom library stamp/embosser: For readers who also love to lend their books to other bibliophiles, this gift could make this process even more special, and it also lets borrowers remember whom the book
In our last list, we covered gifts for readers. This time around, I’ve come up with a list of gifts for writers, Because writers deserve something special too! Books/ebooks about writing Writers often need some help polishing up their skills, so gift them something that will give them that extra push. Some popular picks include ‘On Writing’ by Stephen King, ‘You are a writer’ by Jeff Goins, and ‘The Artist’s Way’ by Julia Cameron. Aqua notes (waterproof notepad) This is for the writer who is constantly writing on the go, even in the bath/shower. This waterproof notepad can be mounted
Books to check out if you loved Harry Potter. Are you a Potterhead but not restricted to just JK Rowling’s famed franchise? Do you want to explore more such titles in the fantasy genre that will reel you into the world of magic just like the Harry Potter series did? Then, do check out the following works which might have the same effect: 1) The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman Philip Pullman pulls readers into a world of talking animals called Daemons, witch clans, and armor-clad polar bears in the first installment of his Dark Materials trilogy. The story revolves
What up, fellow literary nerds! Here for another dose of fun and informative content? Whether you’re a Potterhead or not, there is no escaping the magic and adventure contained within the Harry Potter series by JK Rowling. Once it’s unleashed, you will be trapped within this universe, and there’s no going back. And if you haven’t heard about this series, this post will teach you all about it. So strap in for the ride to Hogwarts! Book 1: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Harry Potter is an 11-year-old orphan who is mistreated by his relatives, The Dursleys, who constantly
Before we begin, let me tell you a bit about Danielle Steele, just in case a lot of you might not know about her. Steele is a renowned author who is mainly known for her work in the romance genre. Seriously, visit any book store, and there’s no escaping a shelf full of Danielle Steele novels! She occasionally dips her toes in non-fiction, and her works are known to delve into themes like suicide, divorce, war, and even the Holocaust. The characters in her novels usually hail from a well-to-do or wealthy background. So far, her works have been translated
Are you like me and easily find yourself intrigued by the tales of Greek gods and goddesses? Then do enjoy this list of books on Greek mythology as well as retellings of the same. They are suitable for both young and old tastes: 1) Heroes: Mortals and Monsters, Quests and adventures by Stephen Fry In this knowledgeable book, acclaimed comedian Stephen Fry recounts to readers the battles and chases and a wide variety of bold and stirring adventures that involved monstrous perils, as well as acts of bravery and cowardice, murders, and selfless sacrifice set in Ancient Greece 2) Greek
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