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7 "Crazy" Women in Literature Who Were Actually Being Totally Reasonable

By Taylor NolesJuly 20, 2018
The physically and mentally ill generally get treated like garbage in classic literature, and no one gets a worse deal than women accused of madness. At one point, the default medical opinion was that all women were insane by nature. (COME ON.) Here are 7 women who really  More  →
7 "Crazy" Women in Literature Who Were Actually Being Totally Reasonable

13 Times J.K. Rowling Schooled Her Twitter Followers on Language, Grammar, & Everything Else

By Taylor NolesJuly 2, 2018
J. K. Rowling created an airtight, deeply imagined, wholly immersive universe for us to inhabit. And she didn't do that by being sloppy with the English language, thank you very MUCH. The author's Twitter feed has been a source of awe for us for years. During that time s More  →
13 Times J.K. Rowling Schooled Her Twitter Followers on Language, Grammar, & Everything Else

Harry Potter's 8 Luckiest Breaks

By Taylor NolesJune 8, 2018
Harry Potter may have had a little trouble with that whole his-parents-getting-murdered-by-evil-incarnate thing, but generally? That boy is #blessed. All I can say is that we are lucky we live in the timeline wherein EVERYTHING goes Harry's way, or else the entire HP series More  →
Harry Potter's 8 Luckiest Breaks

Snapchats from Shakespeare

By Taylor NolesMay 30, 2018
This slideshow was originally published in September 2016 More  →
Snapchats from Shakespeare

The 8 Most Romantic Confessions of Love in Fiction

By Taylor NolesMay 18, 2018
Ah, here they are. Here are 8 scenes which have RUINED MY LOVE LIFE by creating unrealistic standards. Currently, after careful reflection, I've decided to save myself for a romantic pursuer who spells out my name in fireworks before parachuting out of a plane and delivering More  →
The 8 Most Romantic Confessions of Love in Classic Lit

Famous Fictional Kisses, RANKED

By Taylor NolesApril 17, 2018
Everyone's got a technique. More lip. Less tongue. In the rain, mid-sentence, while proclaiming love, while proclaiming hatred, while bleeding, just before being devoured by a shark... we called up our resident kissing expert (translation: I put on my straw hat and ate a ban More  →
Famous Fictional Kisses, RANKED

QUIZ: Could You Graduate from Hogwarts?

By Taylor NolesFebruary 27, 2018
Graduating from Hogwarts is an honor that requires all types of skills and smarts, plus the ability to survive the various death traps hidden around campus and the occasional take-over by Death Eaters and Voldemort. Do you have what it takes? [viralQuiz id=394] ... More  →
QUIZ: Could You Graduate from Hogwarts?

Classic Lit Plots Most Likely to Happen in 2018

By Taylor NolesFebruary 12, 2018
Hey, you know what would be fun? Let's make a few light-hearted predictions about which literary classics might have their storylines play out in some way through 2018! For example, maybe I could win the chance to visit a chocolate factory because some eccentric CEO goes bon More  →
Classic Lit Plots Most Likely to Happen in 2018

8 Alternate Endings We Would LOVE to Read

By Taylor NolesFebruary 7, 2018
In an alternate version of the world, we're probably all talking about how sweet it was that Old Yeller successfully fought off that wolf and went on to live a long and happy life. Here are a few more possible endings to our fave fictional stories—if someone could get J.K. More  →
8 Alternate Endings We Would LOVE to Read

8 Signs Your Favorite Character Is About to Be Killed Off

By Taylor NolesFebruary 2, 2018
Each genre has its own tropes for killing off characters. In horror, going off alone for some unnecessary reason is a bad move. Don’t do it. Stay with the group. And if you have to go, DEFINITELY don't pick a dark, confined space to hide. Listen, I like you, but if you’r More  →
8 Signs Your Favorite Character Is About to Be Killed Off