I didn’t set a reading challenge this year, but I plan to read more physical books and share them with others. I’m thinking of it as a challenge-free reading plan.
I read a lot of great fiction this year. I hope you find something on my favorites list that you’ll enjoy. What was your favorite fiction book this year?
It’s Fall Break! You finally have a chance to curl up with a good book and read something for pleasure. Here are 12 books I recommend now that you have a chance to read what you want instead of what you’re assigned.
I gave two fiction books perfect ratings in September. One was a surprise. The other wasn’t. Either way, you should add them to your reading list. Happy Reading!
I read banned books and I always will because I don’t believe in censorship. Don’t let someone else decide what ideas you are allowed to consider, and never attempt to limit someone else’s access to information.
Looking for Alaska may not be John Green’s most noteworthy work, but it certainly is worth reading.
An Abundance of Katherines by John Green is about a teen’s attempts to find true love with an extremely specific kind of girl.