• April 5, 2017By Perceives Linn

    John Ronald Reuel Tolkien is widely considered by many to be among the best writers in the English language. In The Lord of the Rings, His imagination, his depth, that wonderful way with words he as a philologist and teacher had: the 450,000-word magnum opus he spent a year creating has come to be regarded as one of

  • March 29, 2017By Caitlin Burns

    We’re all aware of Peter Parker. In fact, he might be Marvel’s most iconic character. But there are actually many variants of the webslinger, with intricate backstories and large, lovable personalities. Here are just 5 of my favourites (not including Parker himself): 5. Black Widow (Natasha Romanova/Romanoff) Black Widow is a character that you’ll be

  • March 29, 2017By Karime Salas

    Are movies better than books? Or are books better than movies? This is the never-ending argumentative debate between movie watchers and book readers. You fellow readers already know the answer to this. Never judge a book by its movie, I like to whisper to myself whenever I watch a rather disappointing movie. Even when you

  • March 20, 2017By Hannah Yusuf

    Books that we read in high school generally are associated with a negative stigma, as high school isn’t necessarily the best experience of everyone’s lives. The over-analyzing and turning every other word into a symbol doesn’t help matters either. English class seems to be a competition of who can use SparkNotes best, and not an

  • March 15, 2017By Savannah Seymour

    Earlier today, a fan tweeted at J.K Rowling asking for a hint on the title of her next book in Cormoran Strike, Rowling’s crime fiction series, that the author is currently in the process of writing. @jk_rowling Can you give a hint as to what the next Strike novel will be called? — Alexis Marie⚡️