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Why Mary Stewart’s Books Should Be Your Beach Reading This Summer

Mary Stewart was an inspiration, and I hope that someday I can be half the writer that she was. Read more »

Looking for Your Next Beach Read? We Have 4 Right Here

There’s nothing better than tossing a book in your cute summer tote bag and heading off to the beach. For maximum entertainment but easy reading, look to these four options. Read more »

5 Important Life Lessons We Learned from Laura Ingalls Wilder

Whether it was to cherish family or be bold, these are the lessons we learned from the prolific American writer. Read more »

4 Reasons Why We Still Love the Brontë Sisters

The Brontë women conjured intense and memorable, although sometimes tragic, love stories. That's just one reason why we love them. Read more »

#MusicMonday: Tacocat Talk Glitter, Punk Pop, and Girl Power

We caught up with Emily Nokes (vocals) and Bree McKenna (bass) fresh from their Sasquatch! festival. Read more »

Lit Loves: Edith Wharton, First Female Pulitzer Prizewinner

Find out why we love this Pulitzer Prize-winning author. Read more »

Lit Loves: Why We Still Think About The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden was my very first favorite book -- the very first one that swept me away into another world and made me care about the characters as much as any friend I'd ever had. Read more »

The 6 Best Girl-Powered Classic Book Series of All Time

From stories about amateur sleuths to tales of babysitter's clubs, here are our favorite books from the past. Read more »

Lit Loves: Shirley Jackson, Influential Horror Fiction Writer

February is Women in Horror Month, and Shirley Jackson is recognized as one of the most influential horror writers of the 20th century. Read more »

Lit Loves: Octavia Butler, The Grande Dame of Science Fiction

As an African-American woman writing science fiction in the early 70s, Octavia Butler broke through boundaries and shattered expectations. Read more »
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