In a year where everything is NOT coming up J.K. Rowling, Robert Galbraith can still write one hell of a mystery The first book of the Cormoran Strike novels enjoyed brief anonymity before the revelation that Robert Galbraith was actually J.K.
It’s time to include some non-fiction in your collection
This one’s for our fellow bookworms The quarantine, with all its extensions and the surges of cabin fever it brings, is a truly strange time. Notice how we’ve all picked up new hobbies? Everyone can now bake or cook or concoct their
"Loneliness is difficult to confess; difficult too to categorize"
Analyzing the critically acclaimed 2018 dystopian novel by Ling Ma
We all need some sort of escapism while we navigate our new normal
Contemporary philosopher and writer Alain de Botton argues the case for practical religion
Introducing: digital minimalism and the 30-day "digital declutter"
A mystery thriller that works mostly because of Sir McKellen and Dame Mirren’s performances
The Master of Horror will see you now There’s a reason why I only read non-fiction. Dark fantasy and fiction novels take me to a place in my head I can’t escape. For some, words paint a stronger, clearer image in