I think many know I love libraries. I love the look of them, the atmosphere, and just the endless possibilities I always feel when I walk in. I thought it was interesting to find out a few possibly unknown facts about just a few of the New York Libraries. The Harry Belafonte 115th Street Library […]
There is nothing quite like actually going into a bookstore – especially if you have a little luxurious time on your hands and no particular task to accomplish. The first section you’ll come across is the new releases – stacked on tables and faced out on bookshelves.
The Morgan Library and Museum—colloquially just “The Morgan” —was named for its founder, financier J.P. Morgan, who established it in 1906 as a “private retreat” near his home on 36th Street of New York City.
Do you love browsing the new books section of Barnes and Noble? I often find myself walking through the store and picking up the various new books in their lovely hardcover format.
Are you a frequent visitor to the New York Public Library? No matter if you visit the library in the Bronx or the main building on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, there’s always something new to discover when you take the time to learn about its history.
Do you enjoy getting wrapped up in a great book series because it provides more depth and detail than a single novel? If you’re looking for a book series less mainstream than “Harry Potter” or “The Hunger Games,” here are a few recommendations you may enjoy.
Have you heard the latest news about Game of Thrones? The wildly popular HBO show based on George RR Martin’s series “A Song of Fire and Ice” will be ending after its seventh season. Although it will be a sad day for many once the series comes to a close, fans can still get their fill by reading the five published books from “A Song of Fire and Ice.” Two additional books in the series are forthcoming, but in case you can’t wait for them to be published, here are a few other fantasy books written by George RR Martin.
I love reading, but what I love more is flipping the pages of a great story before it gets the Hollywood treatment on the big screen.