According to Bustle, nothing is ever more daring than reading. Doing extreme sports won’t look so extreme when done next to someone who decides to pick up that deceptively innocent novel resting on a bookshelf and sitting on an equally deceptive comfy couch beside it to devour it.
YA books are YA books when they are being categorized and when arranged on bookstores' shelves for easier spotting. But at the end of the day, anyone can pick them up. According to The Guardian, these stories' themes, although set up for the teenage mind, follow a boundary that's permeable.
Dystopian worlds are usually made up of a frightening community or an undesirable society. However, the genre remains a top favorite among young adults.
Dr. Jane Ward, an associate professor of women's studies at the University of California, has released via NYU Press last month a new book called "Not Gay: Sex Between Straight White Men," which talks about society's flawed perception about heterosexual men hooking up.
Planning to go out of town with long hours of travelling time in your hands? Don't forget to fulfill that what-should-I-bring checklist and make sure to pack one of these books on your luggage to make the most of the journey.
The shortlisted books up for the Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books 2015 have been revealed. As stated by Royal Society on their website, the chosen works not only put the "human story front and center" but also help put science on the spotlight.
Adult coloring books have become a sensation and Bustle says there isn't any legitimate reason they shouldn't be. Aside from the unadulterated fun, the activity comes with benefits that make the brain happy and the body hale and hearty.
Cecil the Lion Killing: 5 Children's Books That Will Help Facilitate Conversation on Big Cat's Death
The world was heartbroken upon the news of Cecil the lion's untimely death. The world-famous big cat in Zimbabwe was slain by an American dentist and bow hunter. The unbelievable atrocity of the slaughter sparked global indignation, which drove the killer in hiding and his business shut down.
'Go Set a Watchman' Refunds Offered by Bookshop; Harper Lee Work Misrepresented as 'Nice Summer Novel'
Readers who picked up Harper Lee's new novel "Go Set a Watchman" from Brilliant Books in Traverse City, Michigan are claiming that the tome was misrepresented by being called a "nice summer novel" rather than an "academic insight," which they think it really is.
Donald Trump's biography titled "Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success" by journalist Michael D'Antonio will hit shelves earlier than planned. Publisher St. Martin's Press has announced via Entertainment Weekly that the book will be released on October this year instead of January 2016.
There are prodigious mysteries in the world of books and the greatest of which are concocted by best-selling crime novelist Agatha Christie. However, a group of experts are here to claim that a formula in unlocking all those whodunits without breaking a sweat exists.
The scorching heat and a mind-numbing staycation can always become fun with science mumbo-jumbo involved. For the love of science and stories, take a trip down the sci-fi lane and make the most out of the dog days of summer with a good book and a futuristic getaway with these five titles.
Maybe it's best to fall in love under the sun.
The sweeping success of "The Hunger Games" series by Suzanne Collins is owed to its heroine, Katniss Everdeen, who showed grit and power with or without her bow and arrow. This is what The Guardian believes won the hearts of millions of readers across the globe.
Actor Andrew McCarthy will have his first fiction work released in the spring of 2017. The book centers on a 15-year-old girl, Lucy Willows, from New Jersey, who learns that she has a half-brother who is only eight and lives in the same town.