Classic Love Stories for Valentine’s Day

Are you looking for a romantic book to read on Valentine’s day but the hold queue at the library for the most popular romantic reads is too long? Don’t fret! Remember the contemporary romance had to get their familiar tropes from somewhere, and most of the time, they evolved from the classics. So why notContinue reading “Classic Love Stories for Valentine’s Day”

Birthday Post: Favorite Books of All Time

Today, I turn 35 years old. It’s kind of hard to believe that I am halfway through my 30s but I don’t feel any different, only much wiser and more aware about the world around me, a vast comparison to my teenage years and my twenties. I think that have the various books that I’veContinue reading “Birthday Post: Favorite Books of All Time”

Quote of the Day – August 6, 2021

#ClassicSummer: Great Classic Novels to Tackle This Summer

If you are an avid reader of my blog, you know by now that I am lover of the classics. Just something about returning back to beginning of literature is just so thrilling to me. While being aware of the social times the classics were written and some of its references may be outdated butContinue reading “#ClassicSummer: Great Classic Novels to Tackle This Summer”

Top Memorable Literary Fathers

Today is Father’s Day and while we recognize how great our own fathers are, let’s take a break and recognize these┬ámemorable literary fathers, with comforting words on the side (some statements may come from a Huffington Post article):

Quote of the Day – March 10, 2021

Reading Ghost Stories: A Christmas Tradition

While ghost stories are primarily connected with Halloween, reading ghost stories on Christmas is a tradition that goes back to Victorian times. Of course, there is the famous Christmas ghost story of them all, A Christmas Story by Charles Dickens, but other classic authors, such as Elizabeth Gaskell and Wilkie Collins, would take the timeContinue reading “Reading Ghost Stories: A Christmas Tradition”

Holiday Reads: December 4, 2020

There is no better gift than the gift of reading. More than ever, we need heartwarming and uplifting stories this year. So similar to what was done in December, visit here every Friday and view some great book recommendations to get a jumpstart on your holiday reading:

National Tea Day: Books Paired With the Perfect Brew

Today is National Tea Day in the United Kingdom and right now, more than ever, we need to celebrate this soothing beverage, since it is one of the few things that is getting us through this crisis.