literature

Geek literature from the New York Times or the recesses of online. Our favorite stories showcase geeks.

Amanda Rose3 days ago
Top 5 Must-Read Action-Adventure Fantasy Books!
Dragons, magic, unique lands, interesting races, kings, queens, utopias and dystopias, power struggles, and epic battles; fantasy takes us on an imaginative journey in a way nothing else can. Nothing ...
Amanda Michael8 days ago
Is a Good Man Really Hard to Find?
Written by Amanda Michael. If you have not read O'Connor's works, particularly this one, I recommend you find it online and give it a read because her short stories and poems are remarkable and notewo...
Tiffany Purcell10 days ago
'The Girl in the Ice' by Robert Bryndza Review
I used to commute to Coventry by train, almost every day, for three years, to get my degree. Of course, train stations have WHSmith’s; WHSmith’s has books. I had finished early from university one day...
Melissa Herward10 days ago
'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban'
Ever get asked what your favorite Harry Potter book is? Ever have trouble giving an answer? Well, I have the answer for you and the reason why Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is undoubtedly t...
A Bug's Life
One thing is certain. After reading any story by Franz Kafka for the first time, all readers, despite their differing perspectives, means of analysis, and various conclusions and conjectures will all ...
Blake Dylan12 days ago
Must-Reads for 2019
Both New and Old Books for the New Year
Danielle Murray12 days ago
5 Reasons to Read 'The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue' by Mackenzi Lee
I recently had the pleasure of reading The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee and it is now one of my favourite books of all time. Reading this was such a pleasure that I think every...
'Whiskey in a Teacup' - Book Review
Unless you've been living under a rock, chances are pretty good you know who Reese Witherspoon is, be it for her acting career, activism, book club suggestions, directing skills, or most recently for ...
Shelbie Paskell17 days ago
My 2019 Book List!
It's 2019 and the start of a new year means a new reading list! I don't know about you, but boy do I love the Fantasy YA genre. And it's just a huge bonus that so many books now-a-days are being made ...
Michael X.17 days ago
12 Books I Read During 2018
Throughout my entire life, I have always used books to sate my curiosity for the world. Last year was no different. Out of the 22 books I read over the course of the year, here are my top 12. Without ...
Chloe Gilholy23 days ago
'Game of Mass Destruction' Cast
The first draft to Game of Mass Destruction is currently at 17,000 words on Microsoft Word as of writing. With all my long stories, I always aim for 50,000. So the novel is pretty much half way there....
George Gomez25 days ago
Late Review: 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower'
What is so special about the teenage years? Is it the confrontation with real emotions like love, anxiety, and depression? Is it that people commonly build the relationships and friendships that will ...
My Top Six Reads of 2018
While my personal life was a bit of a firestorm this year, my reading life has been very healthy! Here are my six standout reads from 2018:
Liana Hewitta month ago
Book Recommendations from 2018
It’s that time again, my annual list of my favourite books that I have read during the year. Now these books aren’t all released during 2018. Some are new and some are older but all of them were a del...
Rachel Lescha month ago
Literary Essay #2: 'Wuthering Heights'
Emily Brontë and her sisters Charlotte and Anne grew up on the West-Yorkshire moors, a landscape which went on to influence their novels and provide a suitable backdrop for their dark, turbulent tales...
Michael Barnesa month ago
A Letter from the Land of Dreams
Dear Violet, I write this letter knowing that it will never reach you. You don’t exist, but I feel it is something I must do for myself. A letter with no reply. A letter to the departed. A letter with...
The Hidden Truths of History
Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay is a historical novel set in a frame story published in 2007. According to dictionary.com, a frame story is “a narrative providing the framework for connecting a serie...
Reed Alexandera month ago
'Bend or Break'
This is the first book I published. While I usually do horror, in this case it was more of a dark action thriller. It centers around an antihero who has learned the ability to bend reality. He has bee...