Book Marks

  1. Jimmy Fallon wants your vote for “The Tonight Show” Summer Read.
  2. Indian women are tapping into the power of writing memoirs
  3. Libraries are cooler than you thought!
  4. Yes, it is possible to jump from one genre as a writer to another.
  5. The “Nickel and Dimed” life in the age of Amazon.
  6. Why YA novels about royalty are huge best-sellers.
  7. Printable color sheets showcasing amazing women and girl power!
  8. How two sisters are sharing their love of bedtime stories via social media.
  9. Libraries are drawing the line when it comes to digital books.
  10. Milwaukee’s most mispronounced words.






Book Marks


1. Mad magazine to cease publication after 67 years.

2. David Mitchell Som’s fave books on the subject of death.

3. 44 girls names inspired by literary characters of the modern age.

4. Bust interviews musician Ani Di Franco about her memoir.

5. Book business stock has been sinking for the last six months.

6. Yes, you can write violent scenes and not turn off readers.

7. 25 books that haven’t been made into movies and more.

8. What makes a book “unfilmable.”

9. 50 of the best memoirs of the past 50 years.

10. Some cookbooks you can judge by its pictures.

Book Marks

  1. Author Judith Krantz, dead at the age of 91.

2. Author of Heather Has Two Mommies contemplates its relevance 30 years after its .

3. Looks like there is going to be a Hunger Games prequel.

4. Tips on how to build a successful writer’s website.

5. Jennifer Weiner on sexism, the media and women writers.

6. London’s feminist bookshops.

7. The invention of the “beach read.”

8. Mother and daughter team up to write about Greendale, Wisconsin.

9. Who knew the late, great Gloria Vanderbilt reviewed books?

10. Five books on financial matters to read this summer.

Book Marks

1. Five Marvel Comics that influenced Avengers: Endgame.

2. Fifty must-reads on mental illness.

3. Eight traits employers need to know about writers.

4. Post Mothers Day, great books to read about motherhood to read this year.

5. Neo-Nazis visit a book store.

6. #MeToo movement joins the Marvel universe.

7. Juliette Binoche discusses her latest film “Non-Fiction.”

8. Family business is books.

9. Finding new friends at indie book stores.

10. Books where the narrator isn’t the main character.

Book Marks


1. Erin Lee Carr on her father, the late journalist David Carr.

2. Molly Ringwald on her literary heroes and the books that changed her life.

3. Great books on the enchanting Audrey Hepburn.

4. The Stan Lee’s final project is in the works.

5. 640 words added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary.

6. Why 1999 was such a great year for movies.

7. Why you should watch and read BookTube.

8. 50 Must read how to books.

9. Loving a book you didn’t finish.

10. Books about flowers.


Book Marks

1. Pulitzer Prize winners announced.

2. This boy reads how many books a day?

3. Creative people and their problems with networking.

4. Michelle Obama throws Trump some epic shade.

5. Fourteen must-reads from the Mueller Report.

6. Twenty-five facts about libraries.

7. For teen poets, poetry is activism.

8. Former New Yorker copy editor, Mary Norris, on furnishing an apartment inspired by books.

9. Book sellers tell us the proper manners when attending a used book sale.

10. Why writing is about courage.


Book Marks

1. Emilio Estevez on libraries.

2. Banned Books Week’s plans for 2019.

3. Non-fiction books to read this spring according to Bitch Media.

4. How shame affects your writing.

5. This series of books discusses your favorite pop culture characters.

6. Relic of the 80s, Bret Easton  Ellis,  thinks we’re overreacting when it comes to Trump.

7. Bennington College granted 4 million dollars to support poetry.

8. Seven year old girl becomes a published author and aspires to be a barista.

9. Anti-Dr. Laura letter still funny nearly 20 years after it was published.

10. A-list, Oscar-winner Julianne Moore discusses adapting Gloria Steinem’s memoir, My Life on the Road, to film.