When we read a really great book, the flow of the prose is so effortless, the pacing of the plot so engaging and the characterization so pitch-perfect that we rarely stop to think about the mechanics of it all. And it’s not our job, as readers, to consider the process of the writing or to… Read More »
Authors work very hard to bring their books to life, researching and rewriting so that we, the readers, can get the wonderful experience of getting sucked into an engaging story. Sometimes, this research can take authors to places we can’t even imagine. Here are 4 authors whose experiences shaped the books we know and love.… Read More »
Pick up one of these inspiring, fascinating reads and find out what it really means to fight like a girl—for truth, for health, for freedom, for success and for happiness.
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The only thing better than reading about amazing characters is when they also love to read, which is why we can definitely relate to these five fictional female bookworms! Bookshop of Yesterdays by Amy Meyerson The bookworm: Miranda Brooks Owning a bookstore is every reader’s dream! When Miranda Brooks inherits her uncle’s book shop, she discovers… Read More »