January 3, 2014 • Fiction
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It's a new year, which means it's time to make resolutions that you plan to implement to better your life. Smoke less. Exercise more. Finally write the great American novel, while exercising, and resisting the urge to light up a cigarette...you get the point.
As bibliophiles, however, we make New Year's Resolutions that are largely—if not entirely—reading-related ones. And there's nothing wrong with that! Check out our ideas for some reading resolutions for 2014 below, and make sure to add your own in the comments!
December 23, 2013 • Fiction
Happy Holidays, Quirk fans! We'll see you in 2014!
December 17, 2013 • Fiction, Movies & Film
Another year has come and gone, more or less, and with it comes the end of the year lists. We are not immune! Neither, for that matter, can we resist the siren song of the book to movie adaptation. Some of them were actually—dare we say it—pretty good! So here are our faves (in no particular order except possibly by theme). Remember to reprimand us in the comments if we forgot your favorite!
December 13, 2013 • Fiction
Some titles are too good to be reserved for seasonal singalongs. Here's a few carols we'd love to see pull double duty on our bookshelves...
November 22, 2013 • FictionLes Miserables on BroadwayFrom Les Miserables to Matilda, Broadway and has long had an obsession with turning our favorite books into two-hour. Not that we’re complaining- we may or may not have memorized the entire Very Potter Musical score- but we think they could go even further.In hopes that some charitable soul with money to spend and a need for a script is reading, here are five books we’d love to see jump from the page.