Meet 12 compelling antiheroes and antiheroines from classic literature. You may love to hate them, grudgingly admire them, or shamelessly judge them. Regardless, they’ll have you turning pages to find out how their stories end. Antiheroes are some of the most fascinating protagonists you’ll come across in Bookland, and literature is full of them. That “protagonist” part is important, because… Keep Reading
Travel through books with these novels and travel memoirs to inspire wanderlust! These books will transport you far away to the Swiss Alps, the English countryside, Venice, Iran, and more… Guest post by Kaitlyn Beck Ah summer! A season of sun, fun, and travel. Many of you will be going on well deserved vacations in these months and to you… Keep Reading
These classic novels by black authors explore the African-American experience in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, from pre-Civil War through Reconstruction, the Harlem Renaissance era through the Great Depression and World War II. Add these fiction classics of African-American literature to your reading list! Do you know what thrills me about classic literature? There is always, always more to find…. Keep Reading
These classic books like Anne of Green Gables are perfect for L. M. Montgomery fans looking for more books and series written in a similar vein! Books to Read if You Like Anne of Green Gables L. M. Montgomery made a huge contribution to the girls’ fiction genre when she published Anne of Green Gables in 1908, although she didn’t start… Keep Reading
These unfinished novels were penned by some of the world’s most famous authors, who died before they could complete their manuscripts. Some of these incomplete books had the potential to become masterpieces…unfortunately, we’ll never know exactly how their authors would’ve written the endings! Sometimes an author’s own life story ends before they have a chance to finish telling their character’s…. Keep Reading
Wish you could find more books like Little Women by Louisa May Alcott? These classic books for fans of Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy will remind you of Little Women, with picks for children and teens as well as adults. If you’ve ever wondered what book you should read if you love Little Women, start here! Little Women Readalikes When… Keep Reading
These are the best books I read in 2020 for seven different categories, including Best Setting, Best Dialogue, Best Hero, and more! I’m handing out awards to my favourites!
Treat yourself to some fireside reading and capture the holiday spirit with a bit of old-fashioned storytelling from Christmas past. You can read–or listen–to these short stories for free!
When rain falls, books call. Answer the summons with one of these novels that are perfect for cozy, rainy day reading at home. Books to Read on a Rainy Day Close your eyes for a minute (when you’re done reading this sentence), and answer this question: What would you most want to do if it was wet and gray outdoors,… Keep Reading
Want to build your L. M. Montgomery collection with the most beautiful book editions and cover art? I scoured the internet for the best copies of Anne of Green Gables, Emily of New Moon, The Blue Castle, and every other Montgomery novel. Happy shopping! Finding the Best L. M. Montgomery Book Editions I had fun laughing over the hilariously awful… Keep Reading