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Our Favorite Sexy Curmudgeons: 8 Guys Whose Frowns We Want to Turn Upside Down
No one wants to be tied to a grump, but once in a while we come across that brooding kind of man we wouldn’t mind cheering up. You know the type. He...
darkness and light
The Gothic Novel Survival Guide
So, you’ve found yourself in the 18th or 19th century, stuck in a gothic—or Southern Gothic!—novel. Surrounded by mysterious settings, dangerous...
Heroines Who Deserve Better Luck in Love
Whether it’s a result of bad luck or bad taste, some ladies really know how to pick ’em. We’ve all had a friend (or, in some cases, been the...
quotes we love
14 of the Most Romantic Lines in Literature
I’ve always been a sucker for a good quote. To the horror of my friends who like to keep their books in immaculate condition, I rarely read without a...
Perfect Celebrity Love Matches for Our Favorite Fictional Characters
In third grade, I was in love with JTT (who wasn’t?) but I also dreamed of running away with the Artful Dodger. For readers, there’s little distinction...
8 Essential Elements of a Juicy YA Love Triangle
Rebecca Serle’s Famous in Love (out next month) is a deliciously meta YA novel: aspiring actress Paige Townsen lands her dream breakout movie role...
See the Classics in a Whole New Light with These Literary Mashups
If you’re a book nerd, you know there’s nothing like revisiting classic novels to gain new perspective. While we’re certainly fans of rereading,...
13 Signs You Might Be Living in a Gothic Novel
We love gothic novels for their emotional power, their over-the-top drama, and the creepy-shivery feelings we get while reading them. Of course, part of...
quotes we love
43 Great Quotes From Literature We Forgot to Mention
Last week we collected 10 of our favorite lines in literature, but it appears we have forgotten some. Embarrassing! To those of you who weighed in on your...
10 Fictional Men Who Have Ruined Me For Actual Men
Pity the poor boys in my life from 1996 on, few as they may have been. That was the adolescent year I first started reading novels by Jane Austen and the...
The Best Pickup Methods From Victorian Literature
When it came to finding the love of her life, your average Victorian lady was far from helpless—as a matter of fact, she had more than a few tricks up...
Our Favorite Fictional Characters in the Friendzone
Nothing’s worse than being put in the friendzone…except, of course, having strangers start walking around wearing T-shirts with “TEAM...