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Blogging To Kill a Mockingbird: Part 1

By ElodieJune 21, 2017
Hey guys! It’s been a minute since last I blogged a novel, but now I’m blogging To Kill a Mockingbird... More  →
Blogging <i>To Kill a Mockingbird</i>: Part 1

Rejected First Drafts of 6 Famous Novels

By Taylor NolesJune 19, 2017
One thing every author will hear at some point is this: writing is rewriting. So it follows that most famous novels went through... More  →
Rejected First Drafts of 6 Famous Novels

SparkNotes Is Here to Save Summer Reading-Vote For Your Fave Book & We'll Blog It!

By Chelsea DaggerJune 16, 2017
As the late, great Jane Austen once said, it's a truth universally acknowledged that SparkNotes are the single best study... More  →
SparkNotes Is Here to Save Summer Reading-Vote For Your Fave Book & We'll Blog It!

Great American Novels, Ranked from "Pretty Great, Actually" to "Meh"

By ElodieMay 9, 2017
In the 20th century, everybody and his grandmother was writing the Great American Novel, and the tradition continues still today. Some of... More  →
Great American Novels, Ranked from "Pretty Great, Actually" to "Meh"

50 Essay Topics for the Most SparkNoted Books

By ElodieApril 19, 2017
The worst part about writing an essay is coming up with the topic. You COULD argue that the actual worst part of writing... More  →
50 Essay Topics for the Most SparkNoted Books

The 12 Best and Worst Leaders in Fiction

By kat_rosenfieldApril 7, 2017
This post was originally published in November 2016   Our favorite works of fiction have no shortage of examples on both sides of the... More  →
The 12 Best and Worst Leaders in Fiction

The Most Relatable Characters in Classic Literature

By ElodieJanuary 25, 2017
Classic literature is like the broccoli of books: nobody likes it, but we’re all going to have to deal with it eventually.... More  →
The Most Relatable Characters in Classic Literature