Tag Archives: Book Riot

Check this out… In Defense of Our Non-Reading Friends

In Defense of Our Non-Reading Friends via Book Riot

woman with folded hand and book on lap

Check this out… Bookish Cupcakes That Are (Almost) Too Pretty to Eat

Bookish Cupcakes That Are (Almost) Too Pretty to Eat via Book Riot

Golden snitch cupcakes

Check this out… How to Up Your Book Browsing Game in 5 Easy Steps

How to Up Your Book Browsing Game in 5 Easy Steps via Book Riot


Check this out… A Year of Literary Holidays

A Year of Literary Holidays via Book Riot

Get out your calendars…


Check this out… Literary Holiday Card Round-up

Literary Holiday Card Round-up via Book Riot

It’s that time of year: holiday cards. Here are some great literary card ideas!

Jane Austen holiday card

Book Riot Quarterly Box #10

Here it is… the final Book Riot Quarterly Box. The theme is travel and it includes the following goodies:

Book Riot Quarterly Box 10

  • Alibis: Essays on Elsewhere by André Aciman – A collection of essays about what it means to travel, what drives us to travel and what we seek.
  • An African in Greenland by Tété-Michel Kpomassie – The book, part memoir, part cultural anthropology, recounts the ten years that Kpomassie spent traveling through Africa and Europe on his way to Greenland.
  • Literary Quote Print
  • Flight001 Toiletry Bag & Document Holder – A reusable, TSA-approved toiletry bag and document holder.
  • Coloring Page

Book Riot Quarterly Box #9

It’s that time again… time to look at another box of goodies from Book Riot & Quarterly Co.

Book Riot Quarterly Box #9

As you can see, this box contained all sorts of awesome bookish tidbits:

  • Bright Lines by Tanwi Nandini Islam with a bonus postcard from one of the characters
  • Dryland by Sara Jaffe also with a bonus postcard from one of the characters
  • A Make Reading Great Again Hat
  • Novel Teas for the cold weather
  • Merriam-Webster’s 365 New Words-a-Year Page-a-Day Calendar (which I am already immensely enjoying, for example, today’s word is hachure (v.) – to shade with or show by short lines used for shading and denoting surfaces in relief, as in map drawing, and drawn in the direction of slope. And now we’ve all learned something new!)

You can subscribe to get your own box at https://quarterly.co/products/book-riot and then you would be learning awesome new words, too!