In our current climate, there’s nothing better than escaping into the pages of a good book—and these days, it seems like there’s a book for everyone. Or is there? One demographic is slipping through the cracks: 10–14-year-olds.
Ready to try some new crime series? Here is a list of crime series you will love.
We are involved in a sort of war today, but it is a vastly different one. The battle against the coronavirus brings hardships. No question. But they are of a different order.
Dan Brown shot to fame with The Da Vinci Code. But once you have finished his eight novels, what do you read? Paula Wynne shares a list of books for fans of Dan Brown.
Though I was mostly a good kid growing up in rural Australia during the 70s, by the time I was 17, I had become an outlaw—complete with a motorcycle and tattoos and conviction for armed robbery.
Blindness and other disability is evolving in #SFF literature. Join Paul Arvidson and Verity Holloways as they discuss the role of of disability in fiction.
If you’re like me, your Kindle, Nook or other ereader is filled with intriguing titles begging to be read. So how do you keep all of those books organized? Here are 7 ways to revamp your ebook library.
I know things are crazy right now. You’re probably in your house, between four walls, and going a little crazy. But at a time when the entire world is suffering the same, we have to be mindful of our mental health. With that in mind, here are a few thoughts I put together on the topic.
If you’re anything like me, then not a day goes by without you dreaming of the coming zombie apocalypse. Here are ten practical tips for surviving the onslaught of the walking dead. Follow them, and you just might survive the end of the world.
I read and write fantasy, and I’m always on the hunt for a female protagonist with wit, guts, and a get-stuff-done attitude. Bonus points for humor. Here are five books published in the last 3 years that fit the bill.
My book The Illusion of a Girl is fueled by my own soul crushing, tension-filled childhood. I share my thoughts, feelings, and conscious decision to not be like my parents with the hope it will help someone who is going through or has gone through something similar.
You’ve likely heard the speculation and assertions going around about the rise of technology and the resulting demise of books. But I believe that people who truly love to read books are going to (you guessed it) read books.
I’ve always loved reading a story written in first person. Now, after writing eight novels and receiving hundreds of emails from my readers, I believe I understand why the voice of first person is one I love to read as well as write.
If you’re a reader, you have one or perhaps two to-be-read piles—one pile of books and/or a Kindle, Nook or other E-reader full. So how do you organize all those books?
If you’re looking for some last-minute Valentine’s Day gift ideas for your special someone who loves books, you’ve come to the right place!
Writing a book today is much different from the days when I dreamed of being a published author and imagined stories in my head.
It’s time for readers to stand up and demand time to indulge their fantasies and dreams. Go on a reader retreat!
The general advice you often see is that readers love a series, but I started writing linked stories instead. What books with linked characters have you enjoyed reading?
If you’re a book lover, chances are you have a lot of hard copy books to store. Here are 6 ideas on how to organize your bookshelves, along with some additional tips.
We are giving away 10 ereaders to 10 lucky people! Click here to enter giveaway.