7 Ways to Read That Weekend Bestseller

By now, you much know what you've been missing when you think back and realize that you haven't enjoyed a great book in months...

Books Are Deadly …

You've probably heard about the power of the written word, that a pen is like a sword, and that books can change lives. But,...

Why I Love (and Hate) Audiobooks

I still remember when my dad read to us. I don't remember how young I was when I first heard a book read--it always...
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Want to live longer? Read

Beyond simple education and adventure, reading has so many life-long benefits for us -- no matter what our age(s) or levels of experience. But,...

Another Look: ‘A Tree Grows In Brooklyn’

A book list of favorite books that I remember from my childhood would not be complete without A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, by Betty Smith....

Bookish Snobs Strike Again — When You Won’t Read That Book

Most of us have read books that could be considered guilty pleasures, and some of them are just controversial. But, should you really hide...
Happy Birthday Dr Seuss

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss – 7 Reasons We Celebrate This Great American Master

Like me, you can probably point to early memories of reading and/or hearing the voices of a parent reading to you. For me, the...

Sean Spicer’s Controversies – ‘The Briefing’

Ever the controversial figure, Sean Spicer has gravitated from his role as the White House Press Secretary (and former White House Communications Director, 2017)...

5 Ways: Make Online Book Clubs Work For You

I love love book clubs, but sometimes it's not easy to fit a "live" book club into my busy schedule. Yes, it's the highlight of my week --...
High School Reading

5 Tips – Juggle Your High School Reading Load

Whether you are a parent or guardian of a high-school student, or you are a student yourself, you know how easy it is for...

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