“Dracula“: where “Twilight“ & company comes from...
Wuthering Heights is a pretty famous book – very dark academia, if I might say – therefore there are pretty few chances you haven’t heard about it.
The Final Girls tells the story of Quincy, the only survivor of a mass murder where a cold-blooded killer took the lives of all the girls living in a remote chalet.
Harry Styles is a pretty famous figure all over the world and it’s no secret that his fans have tried to find out Harry’s literary tastes
NOS4A2 is Joe Hill's third novel, telling the story of Vic McQueen, who rode her motorbike to save her son from Charlie Manx, a monster who preyed on children.
Fantasy as a genre has the potential for great versatility. Sure, familiarity can be comforting, but when it comes to fantasy fiction there are certain tropes that have been overused to the point of being cliché. If you recognize these tropes in your own writing, you don’t have to discard them, but you might want to try to add an original twist to them or subvert them in one way or another in order to ensure that your writing feels fresh and original.
"Wonder" is a book written by R.J. Palacio. The book takes us through the life of August Pullman, a boy who changes the lives of those he meets.
Written by Markus Zusak, The Book Thief is a literary masterpiece about death, thievery and, well...books. Find out why you should read it.
Russian Literature is known for the afflicting themes it deals with: sorrow, poverty and sickness.
Are you adding books to your to-be-read pile faster than you’re actually reading them? There is actually a Japanese word for that – tsundoku, literally meaning buying books and letting them pile up.