Stop!….Grammar Time: Isn’t It Ironic? (It Isn’t) →
An important lesson, illustrated with Richard Russo and 90s Top 40 music. Get it!
I was filled with sadness for a man who had been dead 142 years, but for the...– Our Reading Lives: Death, Here is Thy Sting
Lost Masterworks We Want Back →
Ralph Ellison’s second novel, Salinger’s Glass Family Trilogy and more…
As a tween girl girl reading A Wrinkle In Time, here I was in fiction. Or, here...– Our Reading Lives: A Wrinkle In Time
Critical Linking: February 29, 2012 →
Sharing Poetry: Margaret Atwood, "Girl Without... →
sharingpoetry: Walking through the ruins on your way to work that do not look like ruins with the sun pouring over the seen world like hail or melted silver, that bright and magnificent, each leaf and stone quickened and specific in it, and you can’t hold it, you can’t hold any of it. Distance…
Can you identify these novels based on... →
What books do you recommend for a kid who loves The Hunger Games and Neil Gaiman? | Riot Recommendation
3. @FoerPlay — What if ultra-quirky novelist Jonathan Safran Foer took a break...– Top 5 Fake Bookish Twitter Feeds I Wish Existed
We know where to go to buy books, even if we quarrel about the best place to do...– Tools of Not-Enough Change
Critical Linking: February 28, 2012 →
A book must be an ice-axe to break the seas frozen inside our soul.– Franz Kafka (via divine-despair)
How would you cast your favorite book for film? →
One of the things I most like about re-reads is being able to see my old notes...– Our Reading Lives: Multiple Reading Identities? | BOOK RIOT
New From Junot Díaz →
ALL THE EXCLAMATION POINTS!
Announcing BookRiot.tv! →
Critical Linking: February 27, 2012 →
In that moment I learned a lesson about books for children that I have held with...– Wheels, Degrassi, and Why Tough YA Books and Libraries Are So Important
Friday Forum: Will you read J.K. Rowling's "adult"... →
Critical Linking: February 24, 2012 →
First of all, the Man with the Yellow Hat goes to Africa, captures a monkey, and...– The Kid Lit Creep Factor
Every Book I Read Needs to be at Least 50 Pages... →
While I’m definitely angry and annoyed by Brinkley’s snide and dismissive...– What’s Wrong with Chick Nonfiction?
The Well-Readheads: Author Love Edition →
Dan Brown has to be one of the best, smartest, and most accomplished writers in...– Good Writers, Bad Blurbs: A Top 8 List
How to Survive Your First Year of Blogging →
kimthedork: Good advice for any year of blogging, really.
Little, Brown To Publish J.K. Rowling's First... →
prettybooks: Little, Brown has world English rights to the first novel for adults by J.K. Rowling, the company announced Thursday morning. The title, the date for the worldwide publication and further details about the novel will be announced later in the year. “Although I’ve enjoyed writing it every bit as much, my next book will be very different to the Harry Potter series, which has been...
Critical Linking: February 23, 2012 →