Get a free copy of the new mini novella, “The Drowned Town.” What’s the catch? There’s no catch!
An investigation you won’t see anywhere else!
Laura Ingalls Wilder’s ‘The Long Winter,’ to be exact.
Enjoy this watchlist whenever! The holidays are just a state of mind.
Nowadays, novels are written in just about every corner of the planet. But that wasn’t always the case. Just how old is the novel, anyway? And is there something that all novels have in common, regardless of when and where they were written?
In 1885, the author of “Little Women” wrote a tale that’s shocking, bloodcurdling and truly terrifying … and it was written for children. Let’s read it together!
Why do food bloggers write so much? Does anyone actually like reading them? Why don’t they just get to the recipe?! The answers to these questions will surprise you, and so will this free recipe for a very obscure cake
What is the 2003 cult classic “The Room” really about, you ask? I finally figured it out. It all makes sense now. And it’s even crazier than you think.
There’s clearly a difference between a short story and a chapter of a novel. But what, exactly, is it?