All the book news you need to know, on a need-to-know basis.

We understand how busy you are and how difficult it is to keep up with all the book news that’s being thrown at you every day. To make your life a little easier, we’ll compound the most important bits into 1 blog post every week, exactly telling you what you need to know. Please don’t worry your pretty little head about the possibility of propaganda or censorship. We’ll do that for you.

17-fictional-destinations

Ms. knows that feminists should start reading while they’re young, so they recommended 10 books for teenage feminists. Then also read Flavorwire’s list compiled by feminist writers of the 80 books all men should read.

The Guardian was in a listing mood. They made a list of the 10 most unfinishable novels as well as the best cakes in literature.

In Bookends Cheryl Strayed and Benjamin Moser discuss if we are living in the golden age for female essayists.

A new trend in the bookworld is YA non-fiction. The books are simplified, sometimes even sanitized versions of reality. Is that really what teens wants?

We are big fans of free books and therefore of Project Gutenberg. The Airship collected some of the new and wonderful books you can now find on the site for free!

Writing can be tricky, especially hauling your ass over to that computer every day. Meet Write-Track, the newest app for writers that will help you succeed in life.

We know we can’t really visit Hogwarts and Narnia, but these holiday destinations based on fictional worlds are still pretty damn awesome.

Harry Potter will now have an entire night dedicated to it’s greatness. Mark the 5th of February on your calendar and cancel all your appointments for that night.

mm
Author

Bored to Death book club is set up by two sisters who love to read and have nothing better to do than to start a book club.

Comments are closed.