You know that tiny, nagging feeling holding you back from being your best self? It's guilt. But don't worry; Valorie Burton is here to help with her new book, Let Go of the Guilt.
Let Go of the Guilt is a self-help book that helps you conquer the guilt that eats away at your spirit.
Here's a quiz to help you pick a newish middle grade graphic novel to read next. We’ve got a little bit of fantasy, a little bit of reality, and lots of big adventures, ambition, and friendship.
Are you ready for some AMAZING news? We have some gorgeous new editions of classics for you. I know you may be thinking you already have ten well-worn and well-read copies of (insert classic, any classic, here) and why on earth would you need another one, but don't worry. I can change your mind with four reasons you must get these Season Editions of classics.
Today, we're celebrating these gorgeous limited editions of four classics by pairing them with some more modern reads you may not have heard of. From Mark Twain to Charlotte Bronte readalikes, we've got you taken care of with these classics pairings.
Our world is full of history. From the macro—the origins of the universe and the history of history—to the micro—redheads and adventure—here are some of the best world history books to broaden your horizons. Each is a deep, thoughtful look at the topic at hand and sure to get you thinking something new about the world around you.
Knox McCoy podcasts and writes about pop culture for a living. That’s right—he yaps about TV, movies, and books. His memoir, The Wondering Years: How Pop Culture Helped Me Answer Life’s Biggest Questions, takes a look at his formative years and how pop culture shaped him and his faith. Like that time he tried to save his dog, Elway, from total damnation by covering her face with his palm and reading Bible passages to her after being traumatized by a viewing of “All Dogs Go to Heaven.”