Reading

The Extinction of Books: Fact or Fiction?

Image from: Books on Fire / Shutterstock At night, if you listen closely, you can hear the defeated sighs of librarians everywhere across America. Or maybe I’m exaggerating? I probably am.  I’ve been reading so much fiction lately on my Kindle that my thoughts are becoming almost aggressively poetic. And guess what? I’m not alone in my voracious intake of virtual literature. Recently Tech Crunch reported that ebook sales have

Sunday Series: Reading and Writing

Image from: Reading Photo / Shutterstock So, it’s officially summer (aka grueling heat that makes you wish you never complained about chilled, cozy winter) and what does that mean? Free time! Or at least envying those that can afford to sink into a lazier schedule once the sun starts shining. If you’re anything like me, you spend the year making mental notes about books you want to check out when

Are Online Readers Looking for Good Reads or Quick Reads?

Image from: cosma/Shutterstock It seems that I’m always on the hunt for a new good book, but that I’m never taking the time to read the ones I have. I don’t actually need to buy any more books – I have about 5 unread ones sitting on my shelf at home! Interestingly enough, I spend most of my day reading short articles online and converting those I find important into