Friday Favorites: Moms

By: Manuela Soares With Mother's Day coming up this weekend, it seemed like a great time to write about some of my favorite literary mothers. Additionally, some of the other writers here chimed in with their favorite literary mothers, so keep scrolling and check out this week's Friday Favs! Molly Weasley - Harry Potter Series... Continue Reading →

One Tree Hill Book Tag

By: Cait Marie I've been thinking about rewatching One Tree Hill lately, so when I saw that Isabelle @ The Book Duchesses did this tag a couple weeks ago, I couldn't resist. Without further ado... Nathan Scott A character with a talent you want Ben Evans/Piper HayesLove is a Lyric by Michelle MacQueen Music has... Continue Reading →

Friday Favorites: Series

By: Manuela Soares  Harry Potter - J.K. Rowling This series is one that I grew up with, Sorcerer's Stone was published in the U.S. when I was in fifth grade, and I was captivated by the world when my teacher at the time read it to the class. Ever since, it was a part of... Continue Reading →

Friday Favorites: Fiction Climaxes

By: Christopher Bartlett Almost everyone has those favorite pieces of fiction where once the climax starts, no matter how late it is or how tired they are, they just can’t stop till it resolves. In some cases, resulting in hours of lost sleep as they turn page after page. Followed by a day of limping... Continue Reading →

Friday Favorites: Side Characters

By: Stephanie Wyatt I know, I know. Side characters aren’t compelling enough to be main characters; that’s why they aren’t main characters. Hear me out though. Haven’t you ever had a side character in a book that you just felt like you could be roommates with them? Couldn’t you just picture taking them to Wal-Mart... Continue Reading →

Friday Favorites: Fanfiction

By: Stephanie Wyatt Fanfiction is the answer to every reader waiting for the next book in the series, or if you want to explore the relationship that almost happened before the love interest came onto the scene. My favorite way to explain fan iction is the book Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell, so if after reading... Continue Reading →

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