I just finished listening to The Third Secret by Steve Berry. Berry's novels are a lot like those of Dan Brown... action-packed, mystery novels with a historical bend. Very interesting, pretty well-researched and something that has me excited to see what the next turn will be. Amazon's synposis:
Explosive in both its pace and its revelations, The Third Secret is a remarkable international thriller. Bestselling author Steve Berry tackles some of the most controversial ideas
Rachel Moani, artiste and library-employee extraordinaire, is celebrating Banned Book Week in her own special way. If you're anywhere near the Lacey Timberland Library in Washington, go pay Anne Frank, The Lorax and Friends a visit! #bannedbooks
I love this website... Better Book Titles. The creator remakes famous book covers... with a wee bit more honesty. Here are some of my favorites! #aldoushuxley #bravenewworld #catcherintherye #jdsalinger #fahrenheit451 #raybradbury #thescarletletter #nathanielhawthorne
Doctor Sleep, Stephen King's sequel to The Shining was released today. I had pre-ordered it like 2 months ago... so I'm pleased to say that it's currently awaiting me on Aldeux. An adult Danny Torrance is going to be creepy as fuck. CAN'T WAIT! #stephenking #doctorsleep #theshining
"There is more than one way to burn a book. And the world is full of people running about with lit matches" -Ray Bradbury From September 22nd-28th, the American Library Association celebrates the freedom to read with Banned Books Week. The silencing of divergent ideas has long been an illness of society. An ignorant body is a peaceful body... or so politicians and leaders throughout history have been led to believe. With that striving for ignorance has come the criminaliz
I am a big fan of Dan Brown. I was once informed that Dan Brown was "crap literature", but I really don't care. Especially because the person saying this doesn't actually read all that much himself. So... whatevs. Just enjoy filling up your bookshelves with books you've never actually read... that you simply purchased to impress people. I'll just be sitting over here ACTUALLY READING!
Recently my friend lent me Inferno by Dan Brown (on audiobook). I had bee
I like food. You can tell from the size of my ass. So I'm interested to read the next book in the challenge:The Art of Eating by MFK FisherI'm confident that I'll discover that this is one art I have mastered. #mfkfisher #theartofeating
"It was a dark and stormy night" - Edward George Bulwer-Lytton
That cliché of the literary world has sparked an annual contest for the most hilarious, soul-deadening first sentences known as The Bulwer-Lytton Prize. Writers submit Razzie-worthy sentences that would make Baby Jesus weep for his mama. And the results are hilarious.
Some of my favorites:
For the first month of Ricardo and Felicity’s affair, they greeted one another at every stolen rendezvous with a kiss