As National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) wraps up, you might ease up on the writing for a while. Maybe you want to start editing your story, or maybe you want to take a break from writing altogether and read. Either way, I have a list of my top 10 books or series for writers, storytellers, and other people who love language.
Happy Banned Books Week! This week happens every year in late September, and we can celebrate our freedom to read by cracking open a good book.
There are very few women out there who have holidays celebrating them, but Esther is one, and Purim is the time to bring her story to life!
Enjoy this quick puzzle for Valentine’s Day! Try to match characters in famous literary couples.
Like last year, I’m going to wrap up 2021 by reviewing some books that were published this year.
People have looked at werewolves in a lot of different ways over the years, their views changing with the times. This article will give you a brief glimpse into peoples’ shifting viewpoints, as seen in literature from ancient times to the present day.
These are some foods that have recipes in novels and other books besides cookbooks. Get a review of the food and books.
In 2019, the US Senate officially designated June as “Great Outdoors Month”. The first Saturday of the month (this year June 5) is also National Trails Day. This is a great time to celebrate the beauty around us, to think about the best ways to protect it, and to spend time in it. You might enjoy national parks, local walking trails, or a patch of garden in your backyard. You also might enjoy reading about it.
May the Fork be with you! May 4 is Star Wars Day, which is a great day to immerse yourself in the Star Wars universe, and one way to do that is to make some food from the world of Tatooine.
Most of us don’t feel like the hero of the story, but here are some supposed sidekicks and other secondary characters who have journeys of their own.