Books

So Much I Want To Tell You: The Book That Will Lift You Up When You Feel Your Life Is Screwed Up


January 16, 2018

|Sara Araujo

Learn about love, loss, and personal growth in Anna Akana’s personal experience.

This Novel Reimagines Joan Of Arc As A Dystopian Rebel


January 15, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

"The Book of Joan" by Lidia Yuknavitch presents a dystopic society in which Joan of Arc comes from a space colony after the destruction of the planet.

5 Toxic Love Lessons From Your Favorite Classic Books


January 12, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

These Classics on the surface are all rosy hued and pretty, but if you take a closer look the cracks begin to show.

The Eerie Story Of Two Explorers That Realized Trees Were Plotting To Kill Them


January 11, 2018

|Sara Araujo

The Willows by Algernon Blackwood is a perfect balance between eerie and quality literature.

4 Great Instagram Poets That Will Warm Even The Coldest Of Hearts


January 8, 2018

|Sairy Romero

If you love poetry, you can improve your day by following these poets’ Instagram accounts.

The Funniest Sci-Fi Books That Prove You Don't Have To Take Aliens and Robots That Seriously


January 8, 2018

|Sara Araujo

If you’re looking for hilarious sci-fi literature, check out these sci fi books.

The Tragic Novel That Saved Notre Dame's Cathedral


January 5, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

When projects of the demolition of Notre Dame came into the public light, Victor Hugo decided to do what he did best to save that precious cathedral.

4 Authors Who Wrote Their Best Work Thanks To Sex And Passion


January 5, 2018

|Sairy Romero

These authors show how a really good orgasm can lead to great ideas.

The Story Of How A Cunning Thief Inspired "Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde"


January 4, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Deacon Brodie is one of the most popular characters in Scotland and has been a great source of inspiration for many. Stevenson was one of them.

4 Cool Literary Facts To Show Off With Your Nerdy Friends


January 3, 2018

|Sairy Romero

The act of reading is a lonely endeavor, but after you take your eyes off the page, you can share your experience with others.