Books and Reading

4 Great Mysteries Driven by Location

7 Warning Signs the Classics are Calling

7 Warning Signs the Classics are Calling to You

8 Excuses Given for Not Reading

8 Literary Classics That Wouldn’t Sell Today

8 Overused Author Interview Questions

9 Lies You’ve Been Told About the Classics

10 Books That Inspired Change

13 Things Your Teacher Never Told You About the Classics

17 Reasons Books Get Banned

101 Interview Questions to Ask an Author

Alex Haley’s Ultimate Crime

Anti-Slavery Fought Through Literary Works

Be an Example to Your Child in Learning to Love to Read

Be Respectful in Book Reviews — Both Ways

Benjamin Franklin a Plagiarizer?

Bias in Historical Literature

Book Review Etiquette: Contact Author With Link of Review

Book Review Etiquette — Follow the Review Policy

Bucket List Historical Fiction Book #1 — Gone With The Wind

Bucket List Read – Gone With the Wind

Challenging Young Readers


Clash of Cultures in Historical Fiction Pieces

Classical Reading Program

Contrasting Character Development by Dickens and Doerr

Creative Acrostic Author Interview Question

Declining Reading Proficiency in High School Students

Defining Literary Theory

Dickens and Doerr’s Use of Style to Reveal the Soul of Their Work

The Different Non-Fiction Genres

Do You Make These 9 Writing Mistakes?

Don’t Get Personal in Your Review — Book Review Etiquette

Doris Kearns Goodwin and Stealing Words

Etiquette of Negative Reviews

The Etiquette of Writing a Book Review

Exploring Historical Fiction

Have Fun Making Your Own Bookmarks

Historical Foundations In Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s Poetry

The History of Dime Novels and Magazines

How History Inspires Great Stories

How Novels are Chosen for the Pulitzer Prize

How the Dime Novel Changed Literature

How to Improve Your Reading Speed

How to Review a Poorly Written Book

How to Start Writing Book Reviews

How to Write A Fiction Book Review

Ibn Battuta: Travels in Asia and Africa 1325–1354

The Importance of a Book Review

A Journey into the Darkness: Symbolism in “The Fall of the House of Usher”

Keeping Kids’ Mind Active in the Summer with Books

Literary Kings and Queens by Genre

Literary Plagiarism

Literature of the Middle Ages

The Major Fiction Genres

Making the Classics More Interesting

The Misconception that Plagiarism is Acceptable

The Power of Literature to Shape History

Q. R. Markham’s Creative Plagiarism

Social Issues Taken by the Horns in Fictional Literature

The Steps to Researching for a Novel

The Stigma of Paranormal Stories

There is Never an Excuse for Plagiarism

Types of Bookmarks

Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Writings Against Slavery

Using Hobbies to Encourage Young Readers

What Defines a Romance Story?

What Hinders Reading Comprehension?

What Makes a Nonfiction Book?

Why do Plagiarists Think They Can Get Away With It?



Be Creative When Interviewing Authors

Chillingworth is the True Evil within The Scarlet Letter




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