literature

Geek literature from the New York Times or the recesses of online. Our favorite stories showcase geeks.

  • Mary Knutson
    Published about 3 hours ago
    Crush by Tracy Wolff - Review

    Crush by Tracy Wolff - Review

    From the hilarious one-liners to the death-defying odds, this book had me turning every page like my life depended on it.
  • Grace Genet
    Published a day ago
    Why You Should Read More

    Why You Should Read More

    Do you want to know how serious I am about reading? Bibliophile, the word printed on the plate, residing on the front of my car, will tell you as much. Not to mention that it is ironically spelled wrong "Bibliophle" instead of "Bibliophile" as there was not enough room for one letter, and the "i" was on the chopping block. To the average eye though, you probably wouldn't notice, but to the reader's eye, it's a whole different story. Look at me using puns.
  • Zara Miller
    Published a day ago
    Indigo Girl by Natasha Boyd

    Indigo Girl by Natasha Boyd

    Scroll back through the pages of your life and go back to the day of your sixteenth birthday.
  • Louie Missap
    Published 2 days ago
    Why Shifting to E-books is the Millennials’ Choice

    Why Shifting to E-books is the Millennials’ Choice

    Nobody knows better the fun that reading brings but the booklovers themselves. You’re probably into this habit, too. And luckily enough for anyone today, books can now be accessed through gadgets. Yes, with your tablet, phone, or laptop, you can immerse yourself into stories of different genres anywhere and anytime you like. That’s not surprising at all. Right? You know for sure that books in electronic formats (or e-books as they call it) are available for general readership. Some are free, and some are on sale for really affordable prices.
  • shaloo
    Published 5 days ago
    Books I read in August

    Books I read in August

    August was a pretty good reading month for me. I read 16 books and I don’t think I have ever read so many books in a single month before. I read some mysteries, some non-fiction, some contemporary fiction and also Hindi books. So without further ado, let’s get started with the video:
  • Cyn's Workshop
    Published 6 days ago
    Review of ‘Winter, White and Wicked’

    Review of ‘Winter, White and Wicked’

    Winter, White, and Wicked is one of those novels you want to love because it has such an exciting premise. Labeled as a novel that is both parts Frozen and Mad Max: Fury Road, the reader, expects a high tension, action-packed, emotional ride of a story. Instead, it falls short in many ways.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 7 days ago
    10 Great Non-Fiction Novels I Have Read in 2020

    10 Great Non-Fiction Novels I Have Read in 2020

    I have read a great set of non-fiction novels during 2020 and in this article, I want to share some of those with you. The influence for writing this article came from seeing others posting about great non-fiction books they had read and taking inspiration from other recommendations on my Goodreads and social networking accounts. Non-fiction has been on the rise for me lately since fiction and especially fantasy fiction have moved unfortunately further and further away from my to-be-read lists. It was something I could appreciate far more when I was a teenager. Since I became twenty-one, I’ve wanted to read more and more non-fiction and not just true crime, there’s historical non-fiction, there’s biography and autobiography, there’s philosophical non-fiction and essays etc. I’ve been reading a lot of non-fiction lately and this year has been my most prominent year for the genre. Hopefully, you too can get some recommendations from this list and if you’ve read any of them (or all of them) then that’s even better. I would love to see your lists of recommendations as well!
  • Liv Atterson
    Published 11 days ago
    The Secret History by Donna Tartt—Book Review
  • Talia Devora
    Published 12 days ago
    Book Fair

    Book Fair

    Over the years, it was impossible for me to have one favourite book because I have read so many. During my youth, my interest in reading increased, exposing me to various genres such as fantasy, mystery, horror, thriller and historical fiction. Since I am a history-buff with a huge imagination, many of my favourite books were set in various time periods, written in different eras or had fantasy/fairy-tale elements to the story. I started becoming interested in dark novels when I was 17 years old. My aunt recommended a dark, puzzling, historical mystery novel that I ended up purchasing from the book store. After reading just a couple of chapters of The Name of The Rose by Umberto Eco, my love for mystery and dark literature began. After The Name of the Rose, I started exploring more dark, mystery, thriller and gory literature.
  • Midnight Musings with Bertena
    Published 12 days ago
    Morrigan’s Blood: Crow’s Curse 
Book One by Laura Bickle

    Morrigan’s Blood: Crow’s Curse Book One by Laura Bickle

    Tagline: Garnet has the blood of the legendary Morrigan – and legions of vampires and witches will go to war to possess that power.
  • Midnight Musings with Bertena
    Published 12 days ago
    Second Chance Fate:Second Chance Academy Book One by
Ella J. Smyth

    Second Chance Fate:Second Chance Academy Book One by Ella J. Smyth

    Tagline: Homework on top of a life sentence for murder? You've got to be kidding me.
  • The Queen Collection
    Published 13 days ago
    Why Read The Queen Collection?

    Why Read The Queen Collection?

    Inspiration is Everywhere