• The Best Books of 2022

    The Best Books of 2022

    As 2022 is coming to an end, let’s take a look at the best selling titles of the year. How many have you read?   1 | Call Us What We Carry by Amanda Gorman This is a collection of poetry from the presidential inaugural poet, the youngest ever to[…]

The Best Books of 2022

The Best Books of 2022

As 2022 is coming to an end, let’s take a look at the best selling titles of the year. How many have you read?   1 | Call Us What We Carry by Amanda Gorman This is a collection of poetry from the presidential inaugural poet, the youngest ever to[…]

by × November 29, 2022 ×

Best, Scariest Horror Books of All Time

Best, Scariest Horror Books of All Time

Horror is one of the oldest genres of storytelling. The fear of the unknown, of monsters visible in the corners of our eyes, has thrilled and delighted us for millennia. Reading a scary story is a safe way to get that rush of adrenaline with none of the danger.  We’ve[…]

by × September 14, 2022 ×

Titles From the New Golden Age of Paleontology

Titles From the New Golden Age of Paleontology

Despite the billions of years that life has existed on our planet, there is only one geologic age that has uniquely captured our imaginations: the Mesozoic, also known as the age of dinosaurs. From the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs in mid-1800’s London to the latest Jurassic Park blockbuster, popular culture has[…]

by × June 7, 2022 ×

5 Minutes, 5 Novels, 5 Fictional Death Games

5 Minutes, 5 Novels, 5 Fictional Death Games

Storytelling, at its core, is centered around conflict. It’s about characters that have to confront and resolve internal and external challenges to achieve their goals. They, by the end of the story, grow into someone new, being forever changed by what they experienced. And sometimes that change is having to[…]

by × March 31, 2022 ×

Best Fiction of 2021

Best Fiction of 2021

2021 was a fantastic year for new fiction. Some of our favorite literary authors, along with a few stand-out debut novelists and poets, entertained us with endless hours of escape, enthralled us with edge-of-the-seat thrillers and provided us with unforgettable stories and characters that will live on within our memories.[…]

by × December 28, 2021 ×

The Many Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

The Many Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

The world famous (mostly) public domain detective Sherlock Holmes is the most famous creation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle—much to his dismay—and one of the most well-known fictional characters of all time. Due to his popularity, he’s seen countless adaptions of his canon works, additional facets of his life explored,[…]

by × August 3, 2021 ×

5 Books for Getting into Chess

5 Books for Getting into Chess

One of the world’s oldest games, chess has fluctuated in popularity thanks to popular culture and updates to the game. From tv shows to advances in AI, the rules of the game haven’t changed much but how we think of the game constantly evolves. 1. Bullet Chess: One Minute to[…]

by × June 10, 2021 ×

Celebrating the moms in our lives!

Celebrating the moms in our lives!

This Mother’s Day take time to honoring your mom, grandmother, a mother figure, your child’s mom or someone else’s mom. Remind them how special they are to you. Show your appreciation with a gift of special interest to her — a favorite author, hobby or memory you share. A book[…]

by × April 23, 2021 ×

Seller Spotlight: Bulrushed Books

Seller Spotlight: Bulrushed Books

Books, like all things, have a lifespan, a day will come when they no longer can do the job they were meant to do. This is seen in its most extreme in the textbook market, where a student would buy and use a book for a few months, sell it[…]

by × March 25, 2021 ×