Excerpt

All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai

Start reading the novel Andy Weir calls "a thrilling tale of time travel and alternate timelines."

By Elan Mastai
Your Reading Life

Banned Books: a Lot of It Comes Down to Sex

Reading formerly banned books, you become a literary scavenger of the past—it’s impossible to read these works without analyzing the time from which they came.

By • 3 years ago
Your Reading Life

“Without Banned Books, I Wouldn’t Be Me”

Banned Books Week comes along and we realize: maybe we haven’t made that much progress, after all.

By • 3 years ago
Your Reading Life

Libraries Are My Safe Place (Or, How I Learned to Wave My Freak Flag)

Librarians were my first editors. Their constructive criticism always came with a healthy dose of encouragement. And, of course, we would recommend books to each other.

By • 3 years ago
Your Reading Life

If You Like Your Bodices Ripped and Your Buckles Swashed

Best enjoyed in a steaming, flower-scented pink bubblebath with a pot of tea and a plate of macarons, this is the perfect book to indulge in on a rainy day.

By • 3 years ago
Excerpt

The Need to Read

By WILL SCHWALBE
Your Reading Life

Writing in Your Books: An Act of Engagement or Blasphemy?

Is the physical book merely a vessel for conveying ideas, or is it a canvas to be respected and preserved?

By • 3 years ago
Author Essay

“On the Scary Mother Spectrum, My Character is an 8 out of 10”

Josephine’s main torture implement is her mind. She’s got a witchy way of making her mental suggestions come true.

By Koren Zailckas • 3 years ago
Author Essay

Nap Time is the Most Wonderful Time in Mommy’s Day

Some days Mommy is lucky if you fall asleep for ten minutes in her arms after forty-five minutes of bouncing you on her former exercise ball (at least it’s getting some sort of use).

By Lyranda Martin-Evans and Fiona Stevenson • 3 years ago
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