From the author of the beloved, bestselling Practical Magic series comes a bewitching love letter to the magic of books. Mia grew up in an oppressive cult that considered books evil, but when she discovers Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, she falls in love with the book and its author. At its core, The Invisible Hour showcases Alice Hoffman’s ability to take readers on an imaginative journey into the impossible. Keep reading for an exclusive guest post from Alice Hoffman about the power books have to transform lives.
The highly anticipated summer film If I Stay, based on Gayle Forman’s fantastic YA novel by the same title, tells the story of Mia, a girl with a wild flair for the cello, played by actress Chloë Grace Moretz. Mia dreams of going to Julliard, but knows that moving across the country to New York would mean leaving […]
Identifying yourself to a blind date by putting a rose inside a book may have gone the way of newspaper personals, but next time you meet up with a potential suitor, you can still make an impression with the reading material that you’re oh, so casually browsing. But think very carefully about the book you […]