If you have trouble picking out books then this is the post for you. There are so many good books out there that you can’t ever just choose one, and, if you’re like me, you’ll probably end up just buying the five that you picked up along the way through each isle. Well, this is for those who either don’t know what exactly goes into getting and buying a book!
I’m sure every person who reads for leisure has some novel or series they always return to when in a reading slump. The Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings series are probably the most popular (I feel like I see Harry Potter quotes and memes all over the internet), but I’m sure there are … Continue reading The Curse of Re-reading
Film adaptations are wildly popular. People love to hear that their favorite book is coming to the big screen. Although most people leave the film feeling disappointed because the film did not live up to their expectations, it’s a wonderful way for studios to produce money. Are they disappointed because the audience creates visions of … Continue reading From Page to Film
What is something I noticed about working at a bookstore? I drink a lot of coffee. I can’t help it! The whole place smells like warm chocolate coffee goodness and I get 50% off in the cafe! I rub the spines of books like I’m in a movie and not on the clock and I … Continue reading What It’s Really Like To Work At A Bookstore
I have met countless people in high school and college who say, “I’m not a reader” or “I don’t read,” but guess what, if they made it to high school they’re a reader, and if you just read this sentence, congratulations, you’re a reader too. I understand though, some people don’t pick up a book … Continue reading Everyone is a Reader: Go Find Your Book
Okay, let’s be honest here. If you are anything like you get overly excited about books. You have your own little place where you can cuddle up with a blanket, a cup of tea and a good book. You spend so much time reading you miss breakfast/lunch/dinner and anything in between. I am here to … Continue reading 7 Things Only Readers Do
As a book blogger, I’ve discovered that some of the most popular bookish posts are lists. People love lists, especially lists of books. I think it’s obvious that readers like getting reading recommendations and adding new books onto their already endless list of books they wish to read eventually. What’s even more fun for readers, … Continue reading A List of Some Exciting 2017 YA Books!
With 44 Weeks Left in 2016 (minus two final exam weeks) try the OAR’s 2016 reading challenge to help you meet your reading goals for this year. Tag photos of your books with #oaklandartsreview to share your stories. A memoir A book of short stories A book about space A book with a child protagonist … Continue reading The OAR 2016 Reading Challenge