By Sarah Hoenig, Texas A&M University
You probably read these classic literature novels in high school, but your adult experiences will give them a whole new meaning.
By Taylor Miller, SUNY Cortland
In honor of National Poetry Month, here are five poets who deserve your recognition whether you usually read poetry or not.
By Audrey Bowers, Ball State University
Here are some worth-while reads if ‘Love, Simon’ has left you craving more LGBTQ representation.
By Briana Perez, University of Texas at San Antonio
Learning to become a leader is an achievable task for anyone, and these five books provide valuable lessons to get you there.
By Emily Craig, University of North Alabama
Writers learn from each other, so if you want to write young adult books, read the works of these YA authors for inspiration.
By Tabitha Prisinzano, Columbia College of Missouri
These authors will have your guts churning in delight!
By Cason Ragland, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Since Geoffrey Chaucer published ‘The Canterbury Tales,’ satirized students have been a common trend in humorous rhetoric.
By Brittany Sims, Temple University
‘The Undercover Edge’ is a great tool that provides tips on how readers can apply investigative tactics to live a better life at work, school and home.
By Carli Scalf, Ball State University
These female empowerment titles will remind you that the fight for gender equality has always had standard-bearers in the heroines of fiction.
By Shashank Rao, University of Michigan
With #MeToo going on, try out these three brilliant works of art to better understand our current sexual, feminist moment.
By Emilie Romero, University of Nevada
Sophia Amoruso’s ‘#GIRLBOSS’ is an inspiring book about the author’s difficult journey of creating a successful business empire.
Eni Asebiomo of Kean University deals with the struggles of navigating the college dating scene in her upcoming book ‘Chronicles of a Millennial Virgin’.
By Catherine Gregoire, University of Texas at Austin
It’s always been your dream to drown in books, right?
By Michaela Sickles, Suffolk University
With movies like ‘The Hunger Games’, ‘Divergent’ and ‘The Maze Runner’ doing so well in recent years, young adult novels have become a huge hit.
By Valeria Garcia, University of Texas at Austin
They are timeless, exciting and work magic on hooking children to the habit of reading.
Bitter and alone? These five books might help ease the pain.
By Vanessa Le, Chabot College
College can be a stressful time, but spiritual books may have the life-altering advice you’ve been searching for.
Grab your calendar and mark the dates for these upcoming YA book releases.
By Karen Guan, Southern Methodist University
The feminist magazines and online communities to help you get through 2018.
By Bethany Knickerbocker, Emerson College
You may want to start your 2018 reading list off with these novels before their adaptations hit the big screen.
We all know New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep, but these books will help you stay on track.
By Kathleen Danielson, Carleton College
Why pay to watch TV shows when you have free YouTube web series?
By Kelly Lambkin, SUNY Cortland
Whether it’s long or short-form writing, these seasoned authors have the tips and tricks you need to know to improve your writing.
By Lizzy Spangler, University of North Texas
Amazon’s e-book reading program lets Kindle readers browse over a million titles for only $9.99/month, but is the service right for you?
By Angela Herbst, Lakeland University
NaNoWriMo is a month of deadlines and challenges.
By Marissa Cortes, Stony Brook University
The nuances of mental health can be hard to nail in fiction, but these novels do it perfectly.
The world needs more poetry by unapologetically powerful women.
By Brittany Sodic, University of North Texas
Racial tensions in America are at their highest, but reading stories of marginalized people is one step toward education and rehabilitation of a nation.
By Gaige Davila, UTSA
These books won’t tell you how to be a reporter, but they’ll show you how good journalism can change, or expose, social and political cultures.
By Anne Buzzell, Hillsdale College
If you like quirky factoids about language, these books have plenty.
By Kathryn Parker, Fordham University
If you’re a young feminist and you want to have the literary knowledge to back it up, these are the books for you.
By Otis Roffman, Beloit College
Whether for their elegant universes or unforgettable characters, each of these books would be perfect as a television series or feature film.
By Alison McCarthy, University of New Haven
If you’ve stayed up until sunrise with a book in your hands, you can probably relate.
By Devon Hodge, Western Washington University
A look at some of the most addicting, immersive and captivating standalone novels and series to dive into over summer break.
By Dakota Buhler, George Fox University
As Aristotle would have explained, ‘Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.’
By Alicia Drier, Roosevelt University
When books are marketed to large audiences, disturbing themes can find their way into the hands of unsuspecting readers.
By Aliyah Thomas, Mount Saint Mary College
Because every book you read can’t be as good as “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
By Bri Griffith, Carlow University
These authors present the world of racial injustice in a whole new light—a light that can’t be overlooked.
By Ashley Wertz, University of Pittsburgh
With the Lemony Snicket film adaptation less-than-satisfying, viewers hope the newly-announced Netflix series will do it justice.
By Joanne Paquin, Emerson College
Shipwrecked’s newest addition to the world of YouTube, Edgar Allan Poe’s Murder Mystery Dinner Party, combines humor, literature, and, of course, death.
If you really want to get your creative juices flowing, commit to NaNoWriMo for the month of November.
By Riley Heruska, Austin College
Filled with everything from forbidden love to Greek mythology, each of these best sellers hits the spot.
By Mattie Winowitch, Waynesburg University
E-books just don’t offer all the goodies that physical books do (especially that lovable, old book smell).
Here’s a list of literary masterpieces to help you celebrate autumn’s arrival.
By Samantha Gross, Concordia University Irvine
And everybody else, for that matter.
By Yasser Ali Nasser, Oxford College
Non-fiction might seem boring, but these are the kind of books that can change your life.
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