“In late 2006, I wrote the first book review on Goodreads,” Otis Chandler writes on the website’s blog. “It was a simple, two-paragraph review of ‘A Short History of Nearly…Continue readingHow many reviews?!!
If you could read one a day…well, it would be an interesting challenge anyhow. Daniel Dalton of BuzzFeed made the picks. Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt: The beloved fable about…Continue readingCan you read a novel a day?
The comic Manfeels Park takes comments from men on the internet and puts them into scenes from Jane Austen’s stories, Jenna Guillaume of BuzzFeed reports. The comic is the brainchild…Continue readingMen’s Lib in Austen
F. Scot Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda battled depression and led lives that eventually spun out of their control. They weren’t the only writers on that list, Cody Delistraty writes…Continue readingWhy are writers depressed?
…and embrace an Old Nemesis: Amazon.com Seattle ranks as the country’s second-most literate big city, behind Washington, D.C., as measured by things like the number of bookstores, library resources, newspaper…Continue readingSeattle bookstores soar…