Read anything good recently? Or perhaps you have to review a book for school? Recently discovered your individualism? Whatever the reason might be, a book review is a priceless gift you can give back to authors who slaved days and nights to produce that book. Read on to find out more! Continue reading “How to Write a Book Review Like a Pro”
For me, June is “binge reading” month. This is the time of the year when I purchase the most books. But as I was sifting through the huge shelves of books on Amazon, I saw a number of books whose titles are either extremely hilarious or extremely creepy. So I chose 10 of the weirdest ones and put them here. Enjoy!
Mother’s Day is here! So I’ve compiled a list of the most memorable moms in books- both fiction and nonfiction. This list contains my personal favorites, so don’t bang your head if I missed someone you love…Enjoy!
Commemorating the infamous dictator Adolf Hitler’s 127th Birthday with some precious wisdom from the bestselling World War II based novel, ‘The Book Thief’ by Australian author Markus Zusak.
Julie Fisher is passionate about democracy, linked as it is to improved economic performance, increased equality, political stability, good governance and the avoidance of war. Continue reading “AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Julie Fisher, Author of Importing Democracy”
We, as readers, have seen a lot of ‘progress’ in the literary world over the years, especially in the last decade. What do you think will happen to books a hundred years from now? Will they improve? Or will they degrade?
Some books are quite a treasure, but there are also some books that are, um, boring. So here I have a list of books that people felt didn’t deserve all the attention they got. Continue reading “Most overrated books of all time”