Top Banned Books
The RT Booklovers Convention is still tearing up Las Vegas! We were lucky enough to pop into Tuesday’s Book Blogger segment. It was fun and inspiring to be among other diehard bookworms, similar to the way we once felt when we saw New Kids on the Block in concert. Now we’re coming off that high and hoping we can hide in our reading cave all weekend. What are your plans?
Here’s all the other big news happening in the reading world.
This woman stole a book as an “angsty teen” and is asking for forgiveness.
From Fun Home to John Green’s Looking for Alaska, here are the top ten books Americans tried to ban last year.
On April 27th, Amazon will start shipping the $290 Oasis, a Kindle that feels more like a book than ever before. Will you be ordering one?
Here’s another wonderful profile of one of our favorite places in Los Angeles, America’s first all-romance bookstore. If you haven’t scheduled a trip to visit The Ripped Bodice yet, what are you waiting for?
It is practically a bookworm requirement to be obsessed with Gilmore Girls. Here are all the behind-the-scene pics so far from the upcoming Netflix reunion.
And finally, this is a fascinating read. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince was protected by British spies to prevent any leaks.
Until next week, happy reading!
Stacy and Kristen
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