Some books just stick with you, for whatever reason. Sometimes it's not even because they are particularly amazing. It's just that something about them lodges in your brain like the lyrics to some random song and never leaves. So as my 10 for Tuesday, here are 10 books I read a long time ago, but still think about often and I can't seem to get out of my head.
Like with books and movies about children, I cannot watch a movie or read a book where a dog gets hurt or dies. For those of you who feel the same way, here are some safe dog-based lit books I found that should not make you cry (at least not because a dog dies) and you will be very happy that you read.
Having a quiet, cozy place is essential for any reader. But sometimes in a hectic house it can be hard to find a hideaway where you can steal a few hours (or even minutes) of reading time. So unless you're capable of reading amidst chaos, perhaps you need some help in the cozy reading nook department.
What does it mean to be a reader? Is just loving books enough? Let's find out...
Yesterday, I realized I'm thisclose to sharing a birthday with Shakespeare. I missed it by 2 days, but it made me wonder who I do share this day with. Turns out, it's some pretty cool people who are also indirectly related to my 10 favorite things! It all comes together...
I didn't write this blog because I'm great at making time to read. I am actually terrible at it. Lucky for me, there are many articles and blogs on how to be a better reader and I decided to comb through these for the best advice.
I love to sit alone at a restaurant or a cafe and read a book. I just love a good lit lunch. And one in a place with a bookish-theme is even better. You can find these kinds of places anywhere. Here's where I found a few and some suggestions for very bookish eateries around the globe.